NSP Steering Committee meeting today, ahead of ‘preferred plan’ unveiling

JACKSON, Wyo. —A Northern South Park Steering Committee meeting to discuss Phase 1 of the planning is set for today Jan. 13, at 1 p.m., announced the Teton County Planning and Building Services Department.

According to a press release announcing the meeting, the community planning effort for Phase 1 is designed to be implemented in a quicker timeframe and results in a realistic, buildable, and affordable product to meet community needs.

Since the last Steering Committee meeting on Oct. 26, 2021, the project planning team and consultants have narrowed down the neighborhood plan alternatives toward a “preferred plan” based on community feedback and analysis of market forces, including land costs, infrastructure costs, and availability of construction labor.

Feedback from the Steering Committee will be used to edit the preferred plan. The preferred plan will then be released to the public for comment.

Additional opportunities for comment will be available during public meetings with the Teton County and Town of Jackson Planning Commissions jointly. Following Planning Commission hearings, planners will schedule meetings with the Board of County Commissioners and the Jackson Town Council.

Today’s meeting is available via Zoom. The webinar ID is 824 4602 3066.

Additional information and project updates can be found here.

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