Land Development

Development is a key issue in every community. Determining how to grow in a sustainable way while maintaining the character of a community is a common challenge faced by towns nationwide. TCD is dedicated to contributing to the conversation surrounding growth and development in Jackson Hole in a meaningful way.  through cooperating with the County Planning and Building Department in the analysis and updating of Land Development Regulations (LDRs). TCD also provides  science based recommendations  in order to further describe and enhance LDRs.

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TCD's ROle in Public planning

As both a state and local government entity, TCD  engages in local Planning and Development processes in multiple capacities. State statute authorizes TCD to provide technical assistance and cost share programs for the conservation of natural resources, and as a local government entity, TCD is eligible for cooperating agency status by the Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ). All policy-level coordination is directed by the Board, and TCD exercises cooperating agency status as may be appropriate in coordination with  both federal and state land management agencies. TCD participated as cooperating agency in projects like: the Upper Snake River Wild & Scenic Plan & Environmental Impact Statement, the Bridger Teton National Forest Teton to Snake Fuels Management Project, and the Shoshone National Forest Forest Plan Revision.

Most state and federal rules and regulations regarding planning can be found on the  Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality’s website. Click through to learn more.

 

Additional links & resources

Local Land Development Links:

Teton County Planning and Development
Town of Jackson

 

Learn more about tcD planning projects: