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In 2021, we began an 18-month process to transform how we manage tourism driven by unprecedented interest and participation from the Jackson Hole community.
Teton County's Sustainable Destination Management Plan is a roadmap with clear directions, milestones, actions, and assignments designed to guide the continued evolution and health of Teton County’s largest economic engine.
The stewardship of all lands requires an all-hands approach. Continued progress on the SDMP will require cross-sectional and collaborative approaches and leadership. That means you!
The Jackson Hole Travel & Tourism Board is proud to present the Sustainable Destination Management Plan. This framework allows us, as a community, to build out and act on goals, strategies and metrics to better anticipate and respond to the dynamic nature of the tourism industry, capturing the greatest benefit for our businesses, our community and our environment. We are grateful for the efforts and contributions of the Jackson Hole community. We thank George Washington University, Confluence Sustainability, the Steering Committee Members, our partners, and the many individuals in our community who lent their time, their resources, and their thoughts to this process. Stay involved in the SDMP 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.