The first summer season of Teton County’s new river management plan has come to a close, and officials want to hear your thoughts on how it went.
Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation will be working with Confluence Research & Consulting to create a report, summarizing the highs and lows from the inaugural year of the plan, analyzing data from the season, and gathering public feedback.
Officials are offering two ways to provide input — online or via an open house.
If you would like to provide feedback online, please follow the link below and respond to the questions by October 18th:
If you prefer to provide your written comment in person, Parks and Recreation will be holding an open house on Thursday, Oct. 15 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the 4-H Building at 255 W. Deloney. Please note, there will not be any presentation or new data released during this open house. The open house will be an opportunity to talk to staff and provide written feedback.
All feedback collected online and in person will submitted for the report. Parks and Recreation hopes to have the document completed and released to the public by the end of November. Please contact Megan LaTorre at email@example.com if you have any questions.