What does historic Jackson look like to you?

JACKSON, WY — Town of Jackson is trying to define “historic preservation,” and needs your help.

Jackson’s Town Square is carefully planned and designed to reflect Jackson’s western history. What does it mean to preserve it? What do you think about the look and feel of the Town Square?

If you have thoughts about what historic preservation should look like in Jackson and Teton County, take this survey. It could take anywhere from 10 minutes to half an hour, depending on how detailed you want to get in your responses. Any data collected will help the Town of Jackson decide how to preserve Jackson’s character and history. When you’re done, share the survey with friends, family, and anyone else who might be interested.

For more information please visit: http://jacksontetonplan.com/ or contact Paul Anthony (panthony@jacksonwy.gov) or Kristi Malone (kmalone@tetoncountywy.gov).
Photo by David Stubbs
Town of Jackson, Wyoming

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It is the mission of the Town of Jackson Municipal Organization to provide municipal services that enhance the quality of life for our residents and guests and to help support the local economy We train, mentor, and challenge our employees to develop to their highest potential and to provide service that exceeds the expectations of residents, guests, and others We foster partnerships to solve problems and more effectively use our resources We appreciate the unique environmental resources and scenic beauty where we live and work and acknowledge our responsibilities to future generations

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