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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Tyler Sinclair

Director of Planning



Alex Norton

Town/County Long-Range Planner



Regan Kohlhardt

Town/County Long-Range Associate Planner




Town Zoning Update (outside the Downtown)

The Town is updating its zoning to achieve the community vision adopted in the 2012 Comprehensive Plan. Zoning is the set of regulations that determine the size, location, and use of buildings in Town. Character Districts 3 - 6 are mapped below and include most of Jackson’s residential areas, plus the highway commercial corridors west of downtown.


On June 27, Town Council approved 10 policy questions that will guide the update to Town Zoning.  

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

Meetings & Public Workshops

June 27, 2017 Special Town Council Meeting

June 1, 2017 Open House & Community Discussion | Town Zoning Issues Identification

February 21, 2017, Town Council Workshop | Town Zoning Project Initiation

 Read the Staff Report 

February 6, 2017, Joint Information Meeting | Approval to release RFQ for Public Outreach

 Read the Staff Report

Reports & Documents

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




The current zoning in Character Districts 3 - 6 is almost 25 years old. The Comprehensive Plan has identified the following goals that are not currently being met:

 1 | Promote workforce housing opportunities by adding more residential housing in areas near downtown and the commercial corridors.
 2 | Reinvest in aging neighborhoods to both provide new workforce housing opportunities and also improve existing housing options.
3 | Protect the character of existing neighborhoods as new development and redevelopment occurs.
4 | Improve pedestrian access to commercial areas that are currently designed for access by vehicles.
5 | Improve the function and appearance of the highway commercial corridor.

Project Timeline:

ecosystem stewardship | growth management | quality of life