A Cottonwood Park bike track for children will soon be moved and downsized, but a larger one will join it just down the road.
County commissioners want more time to decide which of four developers should build affordable housing on county-owned land at 105 Mercill Ave.
Even as they took the next steps toward updating an array of Jackson’s parking policies, elected officials accepted that their efforts are likely to do little to stave off paid parking.
Pickleball-playing members of an exclusive country club along the Snake River south of Jackson were dismayed to lose one of their four courts used for the paddleball sport.
The fast-approaching deadline for officials to finalize a ballot, asking voters to approve a penny of sales tax for specific town and county projects, is Wednesday.
After some 250 people logged hundreds of thousands of vertical feet in Snow King’s Uphill Challenge this winter, the resort decided to adapt the competition for summer.
Jackson/Teton County Affordable Housing Department Director April Norton is recommending developers Tyler Davis and Joe Rice to build housing on Teton County-owned land at 105 Mercill Ave.
Three years after the conception of the Westview Townhomes, developers have overcome a rocky start to begin work on Jackson’s newest housing project.
A building that has stood in downtown Jackson for 109 years was minutes away from burning to the ground early Tuesday morning.
Despite hours of sparring over the structure of a specific purpose excise tax ballot, town and county officials failed to reach a compromise Monday and Tuesday at two tense meetings.
At every level of government that has broached the subject, officials have come to drastically different conclusions about how much Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and the Teton Village Association should chip in to support bus service to the village.
Town and county officials are split on whether to sell a 5-acre slice of West Bank land or hold onto it as a plot for affordable housing.
‘Hole’ condo plan advances
With a new condominium complex on North Glenwood making its way through the public review process, elected officials struggled Monday to reconcile the proliferation of high-end dwellings with the loss of the cheap homes that they will replace.
The further widening of South Highway 89 — from Munger Mountain Elementary School to Hoback Junction — is the most expensive project in the history of the Wyoming Department of Transportation, spokesperson Stephanie Harsha has confirmed.
This article has been updated to reflect that elected officials will not take public comment about SPET at the Monday joint meeting. Commission chair Natalia Macker said public comment on SPET projects was accepted and closed at a June 11 meeting. —Eds.
Transportation officials are recommending that Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and the Teton Village Association pay more to support dedicated bus service to the village.
Eight people had to evacuate their boat and climb onto a log jam in the middle of the Snake River Friday afternoon during a guided rafting trip to avoid being tossed overboard.
The Save the Block campaign to preserve a downtown historic block cleared a key hurdle Wednesday when the town Planning and Zoning Commission endorsed rezoning part of the property.
To bundle or not to bundle. That’s what elected officials debated Tuesday when hashing out what to put on the November 2019 specific purpose excise tax ballot.
Wooden. Low-rise. Wild. Evolving.
Those are a few of the dots that connect to form the image of “Western character,” judging by the one-word responses of some 100 people who offered their opinions during June workshops designed to pin down that elusive term.
Stakeholders are worried the public may be left out of the Wyoming Department of Transportation’s redesign process for the Highway 22/390 intersection and nearby Snake River bridge.
Town councilors are allowing the Jackson Hole Classical Academy to connect its new campus to the municipal water and sewer system, at least for now.
Developer Larry Huhn has been given a second shot to talk workforce housing development in Hog Island before the Teton County Board of County Commissioners.