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Affordable Housing Study

During the summer of 2014 an Affordable Housing Needs Assessment study was conducted for Teton County, ID as well as Fremont and Madison counties and Teton County, WY. The Teton County, ID chapter of the study contained specific analysis Victor and Driggs as well. This study was funded by the $1.5 million dollar Sustainable Communities Regional Planning Grant awarded by HUD to Fremont County and the Western Greater Yellowstone Consortium in 2011.

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Asphalt rejuvenation Saturday, July 11th in The Settlement

NOTICE

CITY OF VICTOR RESIDENTS!

ROAD CLOSURES FOR STREET MAINTENANCE IN THE SETTLEMENT ON July 11th

 

On Saturday, July 11 starting at 8:00 A.M. the City will be applying an asphalt rejuvenation product on the roadways in the following subdivision:  The Settlement.  This asphalt maintenance is being funded by your roadway levy money. We apologize for the inconvenience and hope that we can work together to help maintain our streets and avoid costly replacements.

 

The following streets will be closed for the maintenance between 8:00 A.M. and 5:00:

·         Kylea Drive

·         Avery Drive

·         Jess Drive

·         Leah Drive

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Parking input survey

Victor City Council is seeking citizen input on parking in downtown Victor

Currently, there are two city owned properties in downtown Victor where citizens are welcome to park, and by the end of this summer a new picnic pavilion, public restrooms, and a large public parking lot will be constructed adjacent to the historic Train Depot building in downtown Victor. The parking lot will be located approximately 600 feet from the intersection of Main Street & Center Street, and citizens will be welcome to park in this parking lot free of charge. The City hopes that citizens and visitors who prefer not to reverse angle park will use the new public parking lot when visiting downtown Victor. 

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Asphalt rejuvenation Tuesday, June 9th

NOTICE

CITY OF VICTOR RESIDENTS!

ROAD CLOSURES FOR STREET MAINTENANCE ON TUESDAY JUNE 9TH

 

On Tuesday, June 9th starting at 8:00 A.M. the City will be applying an asphalt rejuvenation product on the roadways in the following subdivisions:  Mountain Shadows, Brookside Hollow, East Center Street, and the Settlement.  This asphalt maintenance is being funded by your roadway levy money. We apologize for the inconvenience and hope that we can work together to help maintain our streets and avoid costly replacements.

 

The following streets will be closed for the maintenance between 8:00 A.M. and 5:00:

Economic Impact Study on the Yellowstone-Grand Teton Pathway

5/13/2015

 

The Economic Impact Study on the Yellowstone-Grand Teton Loop Pathway has been completed. Thank you to the Eastern Idaho Entrepreneurial Center and lead researchers Will Jenson and Kenny Scoresby for producing the study. Thank you to the East Centrail Idaho Planning & Development Association (ECIPDA) for applying for the USDA Rural Development grant to fund the study, and to the Town of West Yellowstone, the Town of Jackson, the City of Driggs, City of Tetonia and Teton County, Idaho for contributing to the grant match.

Comprehensive Plan - Land Use chapter & map updates

Update 5/20/2015:

At the public hearing on Tuesday, May 19th the Victor Planning and Zoning Commission adopted the updated land use chapter and proposed land use map as presented. 

The Victor Planning and Zoning Commission will now focus attention on reviewing and revising the draft land development/zoning code text prepared by consultant Code Studio, and will work to create a new zoning map. More information on the land development and zoning efforts can be found here: http://www.victorcityidaho.com/content/teton-valley-land-use-code-project

 

Update 05/12/2015:

Budgeting for Outcomes

Description

The City of Victor is recruiting citizens to serve on steering teams for the Budgeting for Outcomes process. Budging for Outcomes steering team members will help drive the City of Victor budget for Fiscal Year 2016.

Budgeting for outcomes is a form of priority based budgeting where spending is linked to overall community results. Instead of the traditional approach to budgeting that begins with last year's budget and is focused on expenditures, the starting point for the budget process becomes setting priorities and establishing the amount of revenue available for achieving those priorities.

 

Priorities

The budgeting priorities align with the Envision Victor adopted community values:

-          Small Town Feel

-          Connected to Nature

Teton View Regional Plan

updated 03-23-2015

The Teton View Regional Plan summarizes findings from 20 research and technical studies, and it integrates 60 multi-county initiatives and local projects in rural and city planning, affordable housing/transportation, outdoor recreation/tourism, and economic/downtown development. 

Links to download all research and technical studies are available here.

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City of Victor Idaho
32 Elm Street
P.O. Box 122
Victor, ID 83455

Phone: (208) 787-2940
Fax: (208) 787-2357