COMPLETE LIST OF SUBMITTED APPLICATIONS
The Specific Purpose Excise Tax (SPET) is an optional, voter approved 1 percent sales tax paid by visitors and residents on most goods and services (excluding unprepared food) purchased within the county. The funds allow local government and public entities to construct community facilities, infrastructure or amenities that would otherwise require other sources of revenue such as bonds or increased property tax.
To view all of the 2022 SPET applications
How does the government use your 6 cents of sales tax?
The State of Wyoming receives 69 percent of these funds. The balance, 31 percent, is shared by the Town of Jackson and Teton County, with the split based on population.
The Town of Jackson and Teton County share this funding to support general operations and capital projects. The split is based on population, with a small amount off the top allocated to a Wyoming State admin fee. •
Funds support voter-approved projects sponsored by the Town of Jackson, Teton County and other public entities.