Town planner Tyler Valentine officially certified

JACKSON, Wyo. — Town planner Tyler Valentine passed his American Institute of Certified Planners exam and is now, officially, a certified planner.

Valentine joins Planning Director, Paul Anthony and Community Development Director Tyler Sinclair as certified-planners.

Certified Planners have at least four years of experience on the job, pledge to uphold standards of practice, ethics, and professional conduct, and to keep their skills current by regularly pursuing continuing education. Planners are experienced, knowledgeable, and committed to ethical planning practices.

“Tyler Valentine continues to grow into a very well-rounded planner who cares deeply about the community and provides excellent customer service. The Town of Jackson is lucky to have him,” said Planning Director, Paul Anthony.

AICP planners subscribe to the Institute’s Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct to always act with integrity and serve the public interest with compassion for the welfare of all people.

The AICP Code and Principles help planners negotiate the tough ethical and moral dilemmas they sometimes face on the job. Certified planners have verified their academic and professional achievements, submitted essays that demonstrate their experience meets established criteria for professional planning practices and passed a rigorous, comprehensive examination of their abilities.

“Tyler Valentine has put in the hard work and hours to excel in the planning profession and we’re extremely pleased to have him on the Town of Jackson team. We look forward to many more years of success with Mr. Valentine guiding individuals and businesses through our planning process with the ethical lens that AICP certification ensures” said Sinclair.

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