Teton County Wyoming

Clerk of District Court

Phone: (307) 733-2533
Fax: (307) 734-1562

Teton County Courthouse, Second Floor
180 South King Street
8 AM - 5 PM, Monday through Friday




USPS Mailing Address:
Clerk of District Court
P.O. Box 4460
Jackson, WY  83001


FedEx/UPS Delivery Address:
Clerk of District Court
180 S. King St
Jackson, WY  83001



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Plan Ahead for Passports

Released : October 25, 2016
Plan Ahead for Passports

Contact: Anne Comeaux Sutton, Clerk of District Court
Phone: 307-733-2533
Email: asutton@tetonwyo.ort


Traveling for the Holidays or Spring Break?
It’s not too early to start thinking about your passports.

Jackson, Wyo. – Oct. 25, 2016 – If you think you might be traveling this winter or spring, it’s not too early to begin securing travel documents for you and your family. The Clerk of District Court Office is encouraging Teton County residents to check their passport status well in advance of target travel dates, and to renew or acquire passports early to avoid last-minute stress, expedited service fees, and a possible fee increase in the new year.

“Spring break may seem like a long time from now, but we can tell you from experience that it sneaks up on people,” said Anne Comeaux Sutton, Clerk of District Court.

The Clerk of District Court Office processes more than 1,000 passport applications a year, Sutton said. Often, those applications process without a hitch, taking 4 to 6 weeks under routine services. For an additional $60 fee, applicants can request expedited services, which take approximately 2 to 3 weeks.

However, some applications are trickier than others, requiring the applicant to hunt down original certified copies of documents, to deal with name changes, or in the case of applications for children, to find times to visit the Clerk of District Court Office that work for both children and parents.

Parents are reminded that for those 15 years old and under, BOTH parents must be present with their child to apply for a passport. For youths ages 16 and 17, at least one parent must be present with their child.

“Parents of school-age children may find it helpful to apply for passports on no-school days, as children and both parents must be present to apply,” Sutton said. The next no-school day options (public schools) are this Friday, Oct. 28, and Wednesday, Nov. 23. The Clerk of Court Office is closed Nov. 11th. 

Another potential incentive to process passport applications sooner rather than later is that fees may be going up in 2017. There’s a federal proposal in the works to increase passport fees by $10 in 2017, Sutton said.

The public can stop by the Clerk of Court Office, 180 S. King St., to apply for passports weekdays between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Sutton recommends that applicants call first.

“If they call first, we can save them time and ensure that they have everything they need before they come in person,” Sutton said. “That way, they only have to make one trip.”

Additional details are available by calling the Clerk of District Court Office at 733-2533, visiting www.tetonwyo.org/codc, and by visiting the U.S. Department of State passport web pages at http://travel.state.gov/content/passports/en/passports.html.


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    Teton County Clerk of Court Staff:

 Anne C. Sutton,

Clerk of District Court


Debbie Hassler,

Senior Deputy Clerk


Caryl Williamson,

Senior Deputy Clerk


Jill Smith,

Senior Deputy Clerk


Natalie Wight,

Deputy Clerk

Court Interpreter




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