Jackson’s newest elected officials bring unique outlooks to local government—along with very different campaign promises.
Out of 35 public comments submitted by Feb. 16, just three support limiting occupancy of single-family homes to three unrelated people.
A rise in luxury sales drove a construction boom last year, but also exacerbated Jackson’s affordable housing shortage.
2020 saw shifts in almost every aspect of life in Teton County, and that was reflected in what ended up in our waste stream.
Several government entities are involved in this plan, which aims to pass more water from Jackson’s sewage plant through enhanced and reconstructed wetlands. The project is currently in its permitting phase.