Jackson planners work to manage growth
JACKSON, Wyo. — Planners in Jackson recently released an annual review to provide a by-the-numbers perspective on the community’s success to date in managing the amount, location and type of growth as it relates to the community’s vision in the Jackson-Teton County Comprehensive Plan.
The 2016 Annual Indicator Report includes 19 data-driven measures to inform future budgeting and strategic work planning, as well as a summary of long-term trends. The indicators work in conjunction with the Comp Plan’s Growth Management Program, to create a quantitative review structure that provides measurability and accountability to ensure the community will achieve its vision.
The Annual Indicator Report was released in conjunction with a draft Implementation Work Plan for fiscal year 2017. In the work plan, planners propose detailed priorities and schedules for moving forward to maintain momentum in the community’s comprehensive planning process.
Source: Town of Jackson