JACKSON, Wyo.– A new website will serve as an engagement portal for community members to help shape the future of Jackson.
Created by the Jackson Hole Travel and Tourism Board (JHTTB), EngageTetonCountyWy.com provides a simple platform for individuals to see what projects are happening in the community and how citizens can engage with them.
The website features projects such as the Sustainable Destination Management Plan, described on the site as “a strategic roadmap to identify concrete tourism management goals for the benefit of the environment, community, visitors and generations to come”. Local residents can learn more about the plan and leave comments or suggestions for their personal vision of tourism in the Tetons.
“It’s the home of outreach and listening efforts, a place where people can provide feedback. It’s designed to be much more interactive,” said Sue Muncaster, communications manager for JHTTB, at the monthly Business over Breakfast meeting hosted by the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce.
Other topics on the site include a survey for the Teton County Library, detailed information about the recreation center expansion project, neighborhood maps, and road rehabilitation details. The website serves as a one-stop-shop for public comment, meeting schedules, and notable events for civic engagement.