Studies & Resources
Various studies and reports that VARD has done in-house or in cooperation with project partners.
Here are the various studies and reports that VARD has done in-house or in cooperation with project partners.
The Costs and Benefits of Residential Growth – a summary of the Teton County fiscal impact report
2004 Teton County Cost of Services Study – analysis of the costs of development patterns on public services
Arrested Developments – Tools for tackling zombie subdivisions
Addressing Excess Development Entitlements – Lessons learned from Teton County, Idaho
Subdivision in the Intermountain West – A general overview of laws and enabling authority for platting and vacating development entitlements.
2011 Teton County “Quickfacts”
2012 Teton County “Quickfacts”
Envision Victor Final Report
Pathways to Prosperity – Report on the economic impact of pathways on our local community
Ensuring Development Pays for Itself – Understanding the Costs of Revenues of Development