Initial 2020 U.S. Census data shows that Wyoming’s population growth rate lags far behind that of neighboring states across the Mountain West.
The Jackson Town Council is reviewing a controversial housing law that bans more than three unrelated people from living together in a single-family home.
KHOL asks Jackson Mayor Hailey Morton Levinson about the town’s vaccination efforts, affordable housing and more.
A state bill that seems specifically designed to address a development proposal in Teton County is expected to influence future local planning efforts.
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.
High Country News Reporter Discusses Second-home Owners’ Attempt to Influence Election in Gunnison County, Colorado
KVNF’s Gavin Dahl interviews Nick Bowlin of High Country News about his article, “When COVID hit, a Colorado county kicked out second-home owners. They hit back.”
The latest project from the Jackson Hole Community Housing Trust caters to those on the high end of the local “affordability” spectrum.
Advocates and policymakers seek solutions for 18 housing-insecure families.