Teton County Courthouse
150 Courthouse Drive
Driggs, ID 83422
150 Courthouse Drive - Room 107
Driggs, ID 83422
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
The Planning & Zoning Commission (PZC) meets at least 9 times per year, and currently it is the 2nd Tuesday of the month at 5:00 pm in the first floor meeting room of the courthouse. Meetings are open to the public and are recorded. The PZC is regulated by Idaho Statute 67 Chapter 65. If you wish to be on a PZC agenda, contact the Planning Department at 1-208-354-2593 or email email@example.com.
Jack Haddox (Chairman) grew up in Colorado and graduated from Colorado State University with a degree in Range and Forest Management. After spending time in Nevada and western Idaho working for the Forest Service he transferred to the Teton Basin Ranger District in 1983. During his time with the Forest Service he worked in grazing, recreation, special uses, and lands. For 10 years he was on a regional land adjustment team working in southern Idaho and western Wyoming performing lands adjustments, Right of Way acquisitions, and conservation easement acquisitions. In his lands job he worked with several counties', comprehensive plans. He has had experience in land title, surveying, and appraisals. He served on the transportation subcommittee for the current comprehensive plan. Jack likes to camp, snowmobile, cross country ski, brew beer and mead (honey wine), and work around vintage cars.
Erica Tremblay moved to Teton Valley with her husband and young son in 2001. Her parents had moved to the valley in 1989 and she loved the valley every time she visited. She and her husband were both in the tech industry and she retired after 25 years to help raise their son, while her husband continued to commute to consulting projects around the US. In 2003 Erica joined Sotheby’s International Realty which began a 15 year career in Real Estate in Teton Valley. Licensed in Idaho and Wyoming, Erica has hung up her shingles and will no longer be a licensed Associate Broker by the end of 2019. Being in real estate during the boom and bust cycle in this mountain valley has instilled in her the desire to support better community planning and a long term view of all decisions regarding land and development. Erica is also an avid photographer and has great respect for our natural beauty and friendly community she lives in. She has served the community in non-profit board capacities and feels that this valley has much to offer those that live here and newcomers who want to share in and protect the unique resources that we have.
Bert Michelbacher (Vice Chairman) began his appointment on the Teton County Planning and Zoning commission in October 2019. Bert and his wife Deana have been property owners in Teton County for over 30 years and resided here since their retirements in 2011. Prior, Bert was an engineering/project manager with Argonne National Laboratory and Idaho National Laboratory, capping his career with the shutdown of two Fast Breeder Reactors. Bert holds bachelors and masters degrees in mechanical engineering, and was a registered professional engineer and project management professional.