Your ideas for Northern South Park – online activities!

JACKSON, Wyo. — Do you have great ideas? Do you want to help shape the future of our community? Teton County and the Town of Jackson are seeking community input on the future of Northern South Park with an interactive community planning website.

Visit northernsouthpark.konveio.com by March 28, 2021, to prioritize potential neighborhood plan elements that are important to you with three online activities.

Online activities include a questionnaire for ranking potential plan features, a site map where participants can comment about existing or desired conditions, and photos of street designs and architectural styles to identify preferred neighborhood design elements.

These interactive tools are different from the previous Community Survey, as the project planners are seeking input on future use and design options prioritized by the community. Public participation will be used by the project team to inform the three design alternatives that will be developed as part of the next phase of the Northern South Park Neighborhood Plan project.

In addition, if you missed the March 10 Visioning Workshop or want to review the presentation and Q&A, video recordings of both workshop sessions can be viewed at the project’s interactive website.

Stay tuned for the upcoming release of an Existing Conditions Report prepared by partnering consultant group, Opticos Design, to analyze current features of the site and a summary of public participation to date.

For ongoing information or an overview of the scope and timeline, please visit jacksontetonplan.com/northernsouthpark. Email [email protected] to be added to the project contact list.

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