Every week Jackson Hole citizens have various opportunities to engage with the local political process. Here’s a list of town, county and state meetings scheduled in Teton County in the coming week. For complete and up-to-date agendas, check the website with each entry.

Wednesday, Sept. 4

• Housing: Jackson/Teton County Housing Authority board meeting, 2 p.m., Housing Department, 320 S. King St. JHAffordableHousing.org.

• Pathways: Pathways Task Force meeting, 5:30 p.m., Old Library conference room, 320 S. King St. JacksonWY.gov.

Monday, Sept. 9

• County: Teton County Board of County Commissioners voucher meeting, 9 a.m., county commissioners’ chambers, 200 S. Willow St. TetonCountyWY.gov.

• Town and county: Joint information meeting, 3 p.m., Teton County commissioners’ chambers, 200 S. Willow St. TetonCountyWY.gov.

• Planning: Teton County Planning Commission meeting, 6 p.m., Teton County commissioners’ chambers, 200 S. Willow St. TetonCountyWY.gov.

Tuesday, Sept. 10

• Preservation: Teton County Historic Preservation Board meeting, 7 p.m., Teton County commissioners’ chambers, 200 S. Willow St. TetonHistoricPreservation.org.

Wednesday, Sept. 11

• Schools: Teton County School District No. 1 board meeting, 6 p.m., school district administration building, 1235 Gregory Lane. TCSD.org.

Thursday, Sept. 12

• START: START board meeting, 11:30 a.m., Jackson Town Hall, 150 E. Pearl Ave. JacksonWY.gov.

• Travel and Tourism: Jackson Hole Travel and Tourism Board meeting, 3 p.m., Jackson Town Hall, 150 E. Pearl. JacksonWY.gov.

• Parks and Rec: Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation board meeting, 5 p.m., Jackson Town Hall, 150 E. Pearl Ave. For information see TetonParksAndRec.org.

Contact Allie Gross at 732-7063, county@jhnewsandguide.com or @JHNGcounty.

Allie Gross covers Teton County government. Originally from the Chicago area, she joined the News&Guide in 2017 after studying politics and Spanish at Vanderbilt University in Nashville.

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