This comes as Teton County Commissioners consider new land development regulations for the biggest proposed housing development in the region’s history.
Voices JH is offering one-on-one support to families who may face barriers signing up for the local housing department’s database.
At a price point over $800,000, several Kelly Place units haven’t sold. And developers say they’re losing money.
The new town and county housing report sheds light on rental prices and residents being pushed out of the region.
Residents need to register their homes — or face being banned from renting them out for five years.
Officials are also balancing pressure from landowners — who could pull out of the deal.
But potential solutions are complicated.
There’ll be a six-week gap this winter with little access to pregnancy-ending care in Teton County.
Western Wyoming residents and top state officials oppose selling off hundreds of acres surrounded by Grand Teton National Park.