Teton County Wyoming

Jackson/Teton County Long-Range Planning

The Jackson/Teton County Long Range Planning is a joint department of the Town of Jackson and Teton County that addresses long-term planning issues in the community.

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Contact Us

Tyler Sinclair

Director of Planning

tsinclair@tetoncountywyo.org

 

Alex Norton

Town/County Long-Range Planner

anorton@tetoncountywyo.org

 

Regan Kohlhardt

Town/County Long-Range Associate Planner

rkohlhardt@tetoncountywyo.org

 


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

Housing Rules & Regulations

The Jackson/Teton County Housing Department is updating the Housing Rules and Regulations (formerly called Guidelines) that govern:

• Who qualifies to live in a Housing Department home?
• What restrictions apply to living in a Housing Department home?

Housing Department managed homes include owner-occupied and rental homes built through zoning requirements, zoning incentives, and public funds. These homes are known as affordable, employment-based, attainable, employee, and workforce homes.

Updates

On July 10th, the Town Council and Board of County Commissioners approved 10 policy questions that will guide the updates to the Housing Qualifications and Restrictions. To see these policy questions, click here. 

On June 1st, 2017, the community provided feedback on issues with parking regulations at an Open House & Community Discussion and via an online survey. Click here for the summary of community comment.


Public Meetings & Workshops

July 10, 2017 Joint Information Meeting | Board of County Commissioners Chambers 

June 1st, 2017 Open House & Community Discussion | Housing Qualification & Restrictions Issue Identification Summary

April 17, 2017 Town Council Meeting | Approval of Contract for Public Outreach Consultant

 Read the Staff Report

April 3, 2017 Joint Information Meeting  | Selection of Public Outreach Consultant

 Read the Staff Report

March 15, 2017 Jackson/Teton County Housing Authority Meeting | Minutes

Feb 6, 2017 Joint Information Meeting | Direction to release Request For Proposals for a Public Outreach Consultant

 Read the Staff Report

 

Documents

Request for Qualifications: Public Engagement Coordinator | March 9, 2017 RFQ Addendum

Housing Action Plan

Affordable Housing Review (private study) 2015

Western Greater Yellowstone Regional Analysis of Impediments 2014

Employee Generation by Land Use (Nexus) Study 2013

Housing Jackson Hole (Blue Ribbon Panel) 2010

Housing Needs Assessment 2007

Housing Rules & Regulations

  • Section 1: Ownership Restricted Units

  • Section 2: Rental Restricted Units

  • Section 3: Housing Mitigation

 

Background

Housing in the community has been less and less affordable since the 1980s. The Rules and Regulations help to make sure that the 880 homes managed by the Housing Department are used in a way that best meets the needs of the community. But the Rules and Regulations have not been updated since 2008. Since then, the community has adopted a Workforce Housing Action Plan in 2015 which has identified 3 workforce housing goals related to the Rules and Regulations:

1 | Standardize and simplify the restrictions on subsidized homes

2 | Establish minimum restrictions that consistently apply to all subsidized homes

3 | Develop a single application for all housing programs

Updating the Rules and Regulations will make sure that these goals are implemented in line with community values and that workforce housing programs are as effective as possible.

 

At a Glance Facts
• By 2018, the Housing Department will be managing at least 880 ownership and rental units in Teton County.

• In 2016, 41 ownership units were sold (including 24 new units at the Grove) 20-30 units sell per year

• In 2016, there was an average of 44 applicants per house

• There are 1,229 households in the Housing Department database interested in finding a home

• In 2016, 6 of 20 rental units turned over


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