Public comment related to solutions to priority issues identified in the research phase of the Sustainable Destination Management Plan is open until AUGUST 31.
We hope this finds you enjoying the final days of a gorgeous summer with friends and family.
As we wrap up Phase 3: Participatory Visioning and Planning for the Sustainable Destination Management Plan, we invite the community to submit actionable ideas to address eight themes identified as top priorities*** by our consulting team via destination data analysis and public outreach.
Comments submitted through August 31 will be considered in September work sessions with our consultants from George Washington University and Confluence Sustainability, the SDMP steering committee, and stakeholders (government, land managers, community groups) already working on various initiatives such as housing and transportation. The goal of these sessions is to inform the strategy to ensure our destination is a great place to live, work, and visit for generations to come.
Thank you for your continued engagement,
The Jackson Hole Travel and Tourism Board Team
***Please be assured that other issues with less overall consent have been identified and will be tagged for further exploration.
A reminder that the final SDMP by design will be a “living document” meant to be a framework for the future rather than a static directive. Public comments and new ideas are always welcome at our monthly board meetings at 3:00 on the 2nd Thursday of each month at the Town of Jackson Chambers.
If you would like to visit with someone in person, our Sustainability Coordinators from the Riverwind Foundation are hosting coffee chats, office hours, and community presentations.