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Tourism is important to our economy, and we are refocusing how we manage it so we can protect the environment, enhance residents’ quality of life, and maintain a sustainable local economy.
We’ve partnered with The George Washington University's International Institute of Tourism Studies to research how locals feel about tourism in Teton County.
If you live in the Tetons or neighboring communities, nobody knows this special place better than you. So our plan is to have your voice shape our Sustainable Destination Management Plan (SDMP).
The Jackson Hole Travel & Tourism Board (JHTTB) spent the last few months gathering community input to help inform the SDMP. Now, JHTTB has moved into plan development and will address the needs of residents, visitors, businesses and the environment. Stay involved in our progress and share your thoughts with other local community members.
The most effective sustainable destination management plan is the one that involves a wide range of voices from the community.
Chief of Staff, Grand Teton National Park
Dir. of Sales & Operations, Wort Hotel
Owner, Rendezvous River Sports
Great destinations are also great places to live and work. And we want to keep it that way. That’s why the JHTTB is prioritizing destination stewardship with a renewed focus on protecting the environment, ensuring the long-term prosperity of the community, and building a sustainable local economy while enhancing residents’ quality of life. Tourism in Jackson and Teton County will be designed to balance the needs and expectations of visitors with the needs of residents, businesses, and the environment.
JHTTB invites you to stay active in the cause by signing-up to receive progress updates and event notifications.