Nine years ago, Teton Valley adopted the current Comprehensive Plan. Winning an award from the American Planning Association, it was drafted with over 4,000 public engagements, countless meetings, and seemingly endless public deliberations. It recognized that Teton Valley is a special place, and that protecting this special place was essential to its economic, social, and environmental success. The Land Use Code is the tool that ensures the Comprehensive Plan’s implementation. After nine years of drafting, redrafting, rethinking, engaging, re-engaging, and re-deliberating, Teton County is poised to adopt a new Land Use Code that will implement the Comprehensive Plan.  READ FULL EDITORIAL.