Welcome to the Teton County Planning Division Website
Our mission at Teton County Planning is to be advocates of the community’s stated vision and to guide changes to meet the community’s aspirations.
If you have planning related questions, including but not limited to zoning, permit submittals, natural resources, etc. we invite you to check out our new FAQ page!
PUBLIC COMMENT ON PLANNING ITEMS:
To ensure physical distancing, public comment on applications is encouraged to be mailed or emailed prior to the public hearing at which the item is scheduled to be heard. Public comment can be sent directly to the Planner assigned to the project or emailed to email@example.com or mailed to PO Box 1727 Jackson, WY 83001. Public comment can also be made by phone during Planning Commission or Board of County Commissioner public hearings. Download the agenda for the meeting at which you want to make comment for call-in information: http://www.tetoncountywy.gov/agendacenter
In light of our office practicing social distancing in order to reduce the spread of COVID-19 we are no longer accepting planner of the day walk-ins. If you still require assistance after exploring the frequently asked questions, you can call (307)733-3959 or email the Planner of the Day (firstname.lastname@example.org) at any time to speak with a planner. If necessary, conference call appointments can be made with a planner anytime during normal business hours. If you need to drop off or pick up anything, or visit our office for another reason, please call the office ahead of time to arrange this.
The Planning Division staff have several areas of focus; Current Planning, Code Enforcement and Long-Range Planning.
Current Planning is centered on day-to-day processing of planning permits, resort planning, physical development review and general public assistance. To look up a current planning item, check on the status of an ongoing permit, or find records of old projects, you can access them under Planning & Building Records.
Long-Range Planning focuses on the broader picture items like updates to the current Jackson/Teton County Comprehensive Plan, Teton County Land Development Regulations, and amendments to the zoning map. For more information, view the Jackson/Teton Long-Range Planning page.
Teton County has one Code Compliance Officer, who investigates alleged violations, preforms site inspections, and strives to achieve prevention and abatement of violations. For more information or to submit a complaint, proceed to the Code Compliance page.