Completed: The Town Council approved the amendment, allowing ARUs in the Neighborhood Conservation, Neighborhood Conservation 2, Suburban, and Rural Zones on November 23, 2016. Action: Modify regulations to allow Accessory Residential Units (ARUs) - also known as guesthouses, carriage houses, mother-in-law-suites, etc - in the Neighborhood Conservation, Neighborhood Conservation 2, Suburban, and Rural Zones. Goal: Allow property owners to help alleviate affordable housing challenges in the community by building and renting out ARUs on their property.
Completed: Town Council approved District 2 updates on November 21, 2016. The updates became effective November 23, 2016. Action: Update downtown zoning regulations, specifically in Character District 2, the Town Commercial Core. Goal: Create a vibrant and walkable downtown core.
Completed. Action: Develop a map and description of focal habitat features and valuable matrix features in Teton County. Goal: Assist with application and amendment of natural resource regulations.
Completed. Adopted November 2, 2015 by both the Town Council and the Board of County Commissioners. Action: Draft plan to meet Comprehensive Plan's goal of housing 65% of the workforce locally. Goal: Provide direction for housing 65% of the workforce locally.
Completed: At the September 14, 2015 Joint Information Meeting, the Board of County Commissioners and Town Council adopted the ITP. Action: Draft plan to carry out transportation policy and strategy direction of the Comprehensive Plan. Goal: Increase use of alternative transportation, such as walking, cycling, and public transit and reduce and decrease single-occupancy.
Completed: The rural area Land Development Regulation and Zoning Map updates were adopted by the Board of County Commissioners December 22, 2015. They became effective April 1, 2016. Action: Update regulations for rural areas in Teton County. Goal. Direct growth out of habitat, scenery, and open space.
Completed. Action: Develop a GIS digital layer of designated vegetation and non-vegetation cover-types. Goal: Assist with application and amendment of natural resource regulations.
Exterior Lighting Amendment
Completed: The Board of County Commissioners and the Town Council approved updates to Exterior Lighting Standards on August 22, 2016 and September 21, 2016, respectively.
Action: Update Exterior Lighting Standards, Section 5.3.1. of the Land Development Regulations.
Goal: Clarify the language in the existing regulations and add additional standards to better protect dark skies, considered a scenic resource in the Comprehensive Plan.
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