Teton View Regional Plan
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.
Download major studies that pertain to Victor, ID and Teton Valley from this list:
- Greater Yellowstone Framework for Sustainable Developments - version for Local Governments
- Certification of Mountainside Village development in Victor, ID under the original Greater Yellowstone Framework
- Regional Housing Needs Assessment
- Teton County, ID chapter from the Regional Housing Needs Assessment
- Multi-Modal Transportation Study
- Teton County, ID Economic Development Plan
- Assessment of Teton View Agriculture for Local and Regional Markets
- Regional Broadband Study - Existing Conditions and Needs - Findings and Recommendations - Region Maps and Broadband Cost Estimates
- Regional Recycling Study
- Victor, ID Zoning and Land Development Code - October 2014 DRAFT
- Model Development Code for the Teton View Region - January 2015 DRAFT
Fact Sheets, a video, and more on the Teton View Regional Plan
Western Greater Yellowstone Consortium Teton View Regional Plan Video - Here
Teton View Regional Plan - Here
Teton View Region Plan “Because We Lead Region Lives" Brochure - Here
Please also review the fact sheets below that summarize potential projects for implementation once the final plan is done.
We would love your help in prioritizing the potential projects.
Please complete our Teton View Priorities Survey!
For Release: Monday, February 23, 2015
Contact: Janice Brown, Special Projects Manager
Fremont County Planning and Building
FOUR-COUNTY CONSORTIUM ANNOUNCES RELEASE OF “TETON VIEW” REGIONAL PLAN
We Want to Hear from You!
All those who live or recreate in sight of the Teton Mountain Range are encouraged to weigh in on the draft Teton View Regional Plan, released today for 30 days of public review and region-wide discussion.
The Regional Plan transcends the Idaho-Wyoming line as it seeks a more sustainable future for communities in Jackson Hole, Teton Valley and the Henry’s Fork watershed. The 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.
Half of the projects are proposed for the region’s two largest cities – Rexburg, Idaho, and Jackson, Wyoming – and the smaller Idaho cities that are critical to the region’s labor supply and economic resilience. The other 30 projects would potentially enhance local food systems and four-season recreation while still protecting the highly productive lands and rivers that sustain our farms, forests, fish and wildlife.
During the upcoming review period, the public is invited to go to www.sustainableyellowstone.orgto read the Plan, watch a video highlighting the region, and complete a “Priorities Survey” to score project proposals by their degree of importance. Four open houses are scheduled in the region so the public can learn more about each project and discuss the Plan with local officials. Spanish translators will be available at all four sessions.
March 9, 2015
4:00 – 7:00 pm
Teton County, Wyoming
Teton County Library, Auditorium Side B
125 Virginian Lane - Jackson, WY
March 12, 2015
4:00 – 7:00 pm
Ashton Community Center Gymnasium
925 Main - Ashton, ID
March 18, 2015
4:00 – 7:00 pm
Madison County Library, Community Room
73 North Center - Rexburg, ID
March 19, 2015
4:00 – 7:00 pm
Teton County, Idaho
Victor Elementary School Auditorium
43 East Center - Victor, ID
The Teton View Regional Plan was funded by a $1.5 million Sustainable Communities Planning Grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). As project manager, Fremont County has led a 16-member consortium of cities, counties, nonprofits and public land agencies in monitoring the three-year project and in scheduling local briefings and open houses.
The draft Plan, informative fact sheets, and supportive research reports are all available online on the project’s website. Printed copies of the Plan and appendices may be reviewed at each of the four county courthouses in St. Anthony (Fremont), Rexburg (Madison), Driggs (Teton, ID) and Jackson (Teton, WY). The deadline for completing the Priorities Survey and for submitting any other input on the Plan is Sunday, March 22, 2015.
For more information, contact Tom Cluff or Janice Brown at the Fremont County Annex Building in St. Anthony, Idaho, or call 208-624-4643. Visit the project’s website at www.sustainableyellowstone.org