The Town is working closely with the Emergency Management Team and Lower Valley Energy to respond to the power outage East Jackson has been experiencing since the morning of January 29, 2023. Read on...
START's new service - START On-Demand - provides free, on-demand transportation using smaller vehicles between the western boundary of Karns Meadow and the Town’s eastern limits. Download the app on your phone and schedule a ride for free! Read on...
For the last forty years, the Town of Jackson has not levied a property tax. It has been a revenue tool utilized by Teton County, the Teton County School District, the Teton County Fair, the Teton County Library, the Teton County Conservation District and Weed and Pest. The Town will, for the first time in forty years collect a property tax. A half mill will be levied which would lead to a $47.50 annual increase in current property taxes for a property valued at $1M. Read More
New Building and Fire Codes in Effect January 2022
The State of Wyoming has been working on adopting new Building Codes of 2021 and require that the Town of Jackson shift from the current 2018 codes to the updated 2021 codes by January 1, 2022, for all State adopted codes including the International Energy Conservation Code, Building & Residential Codes, and the Wildland-Urban Interface Code. Read More.
2023 Jackson Hole Elk Antler Shed Hunt Information
Learn more about the 2023 Jackson Hole elk antler shed hunt which is scheduled to take place on May 1. This year, like last year, the Jackson Police Department will organize a motorcade which will depart from the Fairgrounds to the Elk Refuge Road the morning of May 1. An application system will be in place to secure participant's place in the motorcade. Read More.