150 Courthouse Drive
Driggs, ID 83422
150 Courthouse Drive, Room 107
Driggs, ID 83422
Monday - Friday: 9:00 - 4:30
What is a Comprehensive Plan?
State law requires the Planning and Zoning Commission to develop and recommend to the Board of County Commissioners a Comprehensive Plan (Comp Plan, or the Plan). The Plan articulates a community's vision of itself. It provides a policy framework to ensure consistency with other planning efforts, land use decisions and capital improvement projects.
Why should I care about the Comprehensive Plan?
The Comp Plan provides a rational and predictable basis for all decision in the County that reflect the public interest. This means that all regulation decisions are guided by the Comp Plan. The Plan guides not just who can build what where, but also informs funding priorities and economic development. It makes a big difference in the future of Teton Valley. We need to hear from you about what you want our future to look like.
How do I know my voice will not be drowned out by special interests?
The Comp Plan will not be successful if it is not representative of all the members of our community. There will be issues that require compromise and nobody will love every part of the Plan. But if all voices are not heard and considered, the plan is destined to fail for it will not be truly representative of community values. It is in nobody's best interest to ignore anybody else.
How do I get involved?
If you would like to contact someone about the Comp Plan process, you may leave comments, ask questions, request more information and volunteer in the following ways:
Phone: 208-354-2593, ext. 203.
Written Letter: Comp Plan, 150 Courthouse Dr. Room 107, Driggs, ID 83422
In Person: Bottom floor of the Courthouse M - F 9:00 - 4:30.
Blog: You may also leave a comment on our blog.
Online Comment: You can leave an electronic comment on TetonValley2020.org.