Town, county encourage remote business

JACKSON, Wyo. — As part of Teton County Government’s effort to encourage and practice social distancing, Teton County is asking members of the public who are in need of County services, to first phone or e-mail offices as an alternative to in-person interaction.

There are many occasions where staff can fulfill the needs of an individual over the phone or through email, without having to be physically present. As part of COVID-19 mitigation plans, County offices are making accommodations to aid the public in the safest and most efficient way possible for the entire community.

To find out how to contact a Teton County Office or Department, visit the Teton County website.

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