Public Works

Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide residents, businesses and visitors well-planned, environmentally-sensitive, cost effective infrastructure and services that improve our quality of life, promote public health, protect community and natural resources, provide effective transportation, and support community vitality in an efficient, respectful and responsive manner. We also strive to support other County departments and officials in their efforts to meet the goals of Teton County.

Teton County

Public Works and Pathways

Temporary Office Relocation

Due to the asbestos removal and renovation project at the Old Library, the Teton County Engineering/Public Works and Pathways offices have temporarily relocated to the following:

  • Sean O’Malley (County Engineer/Director of Public Works)
    • In the basement of the General Services building at 185 S. Willow located on the northwest corner of Willow and Simpson (look for the “Access to Justice” sign indicating the entrance to the Law Library).
  • Amy Barnes is at Teton County Road and Levee in Adams Canyon.
  • Engineering/Public Works Department (Amy Ramage, Ted VanHolland, Lloyd Wiser) AND
  • Pathways Program (Brian Schilling)
    • In the east end of the basement of the Teton County Administration Bldg. at 200 S. Willow (corner of Willow and Simpson).

Cattleman's Temporary Bridge Open
The Cattleman's temporary bridge is now open.  The bridge is a one-way  single lane, and is signal controlled for alternating traffic.  The  completion date for the permanent bridge is set for October 2018.

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Engineer / Road Projects

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