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Posted on: April 19, 2022



Town Council Action Items

The Jackson Town Council met 3 times on Monday, April 18:
9:00am - Special Town Council Workshop (Budget)
1:30pm - Town Council Workshop
6:00pm - Regular Meeting
The following is an overview of the action taken by the Town Council at these meetings.
• Council continued discussion about the budget until the Town’s next scheduled budget meeting on Monday April 25th, 2022 starting at 9:00AM, in County Commissioners Chamber OR Virtual.
WORKSHOP (1:30pm)
• Council directed staff to postpone further action on a downtown paid parking program until after FY23.
• Council directed staff to finalize the Resolution related to broadening local revenue options, and explore resolutions for a statewide cost-of-living analysis by county and the escalation of property taxes.
• The Mayor proclaimed Monday, May 9th through Saturday, May 14th as Community Spring Clean-Up Week and Saturday, May 7th through Sunday, May 15th as Spring Burn Week.
• Council approved the consent calendar, including the April 11, 2022 meeting minutes and disbursements. 
• Council approved the Mondays in May special event.
• Council approved the Old West Days special event.
• Council approved a new restaurant liquor license for SRRC Eatery LLC.
• Council approved a new restaurant liquor license for Just Juice LLC.
• Council approved Subdivision Plat (P22-048) for 2-unit condominium subdivision to re-subdivide Lot 1 of the Simpson Corner Townhouse Addition to the Town of Jackson for the property currently addressed at 10 E. Simpson.
• Council approved Resolutions #22-09, #22-10, and #22-11 to allow the Animal Shelter, Victim Services, and START to submit applications to The Community Foundation of Jackson Hole’s Old Bill’s Fun Run 2022.
• Council approved Ordinance F regarding Council salaries on third reading and designated it Ordinance no. 1314.
• Council approved Ordinance H regarding limiting the height of attached dwellings in the NM-2 and NH-1 neighborhoods on second reading.
• Council appointed Dick Stout as an Alternate Municipal Judge.
• Council authorized travel to Laramie, Wyoming for the WAM 2022 Summer Conference.
• The Town Manager’s Report contained an update on the classification and compensation study and SPET process. 
The meetings were recorded and are available for viewing on the Town of Jackson's website (
The agenda and minutes from these meetings are also available for review on the Town of Jackson's website (

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