Please scroll through our "Latest News" page with many updates regarding the New Land Use Code and its process. In 2012, Teton County adopted a new Comprehensive Plan. Development of the plan included over 4,000 public engagements, leading to an award from the American Planning Association for public participation. Since the Comprehensive Plan’s adoption in 2012, the County has been trying to implement the plan - specifically, by drafting a new Land Use Code that reflects the Comprehensive Plan’s Future Land Use Map. The Comprehensive Plan is a visionary policy - it has no force of law. Only through the adoption of a corresponding Land Use Code can all tenets of the plan be implemented.
VARD requests suspension of land use public hearings, TVN 4/3/2020
Land Use Code is the Right Step Forward, TVN 5/12/2021