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THIS THURSDAY Teton County Commissioners will develop comments on the Moose-Wilson Corridor Plan – Here’s what we think…

This Thursday, the Teton County Commissioners will develop their comments to Grand Teton National Park regarding the Draft Environmental Impact Study of the Moose-Wilson Corridor.

As part of the signed MOU between the County and NPS, Teton County agreed to share information with GTNP about the […]

Use Caution on Teton Pass

With unpredictable avalanche danger this year, our Teton Pass Ambassador asks all of us to spread the word about avoiding highlighted areas on Teton Pass.

Over the holidays, two user-related incidents resulted in dangerous conditions. On December 23rd, an avalanche buried two snow mobilers and […]

Ask for Plowing on Path22

On Tuesday January 5th, Teton County Engineering Staff will present a plan to plow the pathway from Emily’s Pond to Indian Trails using private donations specified for that purpose.During the summer of 2015, this section of path22 was completed, but funding for winter maintenance […]

Dog Management Plan for Cache and Teton Pass

The Jackson Ranger District has proposed a management plan for dogs and other use in the Cache Creek drainage during the winter months. Provide feedback for the plan before January 20, 2016.For the past year, the Bridger-Teton actively sought public input to improve winter […]

Grooming begins December 15th, 2015

Winter Grooming ScheduleYesterday, Parks and Recreation began their winter grooming program. This year, grooming with occur between December 15, 2015 and March 12, 2016. Grooming is done as snow and weather condition permit.

This year’s grooming schedule:
Tuesday: Cache Creek, May Park, High School Fields, Game Creek
Wednesday: Emily’s […]

South Park Loop Open House, Nov 12, 2015

Teton County Engineering will host the final open house to share comments on the South Park Loop Pathway on Thursday, November 12, 5:30 – 7:00pm at JH Community School.The third and final workshop will feature project overview presentations by Engineering staff including discussion of […]

Path22 Celebration a great success!

Hundreds joined us to celebrate the opening of Path22. In particular, we thank Senator John Barrasso and Liza Bercovici who traveled many miles to attend and speak about the importance of pathways for safety and public health. Commissioner Mark Newcomb, Brian Schilling and Tim […]

Timeline for the South Park Loop Pathway Project

 

Construction for the South Park Loop Pathway will begin in the summer of 2016. In the meantime, there is a lot of work to be done behind the scenes to plan for the project. If you have questions, contact Brian Schilling with Jackson Hole Community […]

“Rules to Control Pups on its way, B-T says”

Leash zones, trail bans and limits on number of dogs per person are under consideration.

By: Mike Koshmrl

Five types of dog regulation are being considered for high-traffic portions of the Bridger-Teton. National Forest.  A week ahead of a public workshop about the doggy rules, Bridger-Teton managers […]

USFS to host public workshop to address dogs in Cache Creek on October 14

Bridger-Teton National Forest to host public workshop to address dog responsibility issues

(Jackson, Wyo.) – The Jackson Ranger District of the Bridger-Teton National Forest is hosting a public workshop on Wednesday, October 14, from 5:30 – 7:30 pm at the Teton County Library to discuss options to […]