Snake River Managment
Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation recently took over managment of public access to the Snake River in Teton County. The Snake River Management Plan that was adopted by the Teton County Board of County Commissioners outlines the department's role in regulating commercial use on the Snake River in Teton County. Any commercial outfitter must apply for certfication and will be subject to regulations controlling the total number of commercial boats that are permitted to use this section of river.
For more information contact Mike Estes at email@example.com or call 307-732-5761.
With the 2017 summer drawing to a close, we are now in the process of gathering information and reviewing the past years data as we move forward in developing a plan for 2018 and beyond.
As part of this process and to help gather as much information as we can, we have a created an online survey that can be reached at this link; http://survey.constantcontact.com/survey/a07eeq86s5wj8ulpods/start . Deadline to submit responses will be November 3rd.
In addition, Teton Co/Jackson Parks and Recreation Dept. will be hosting two open houses on Monday Oct 30th to discuss the 2017 summer season and to gather input on the SRMP. Open houses will be held on Oct. 30th from 9:00-10:00am at the Teton County Extension Offices at 255 W Deloney St. (by Miller Park) and from 5:00-7:00pm at the Board of County Commissioners Chambers in the County Administration Building at 200 So. Willow St.
The anticipated schedule (subject to change) for the review period and proceedings are as follows;
Oct 17- Survey emailed to outfitters and posted online. Deadline to submit responses will be Nov 3.
Oct 30- Public Open Houses
Nov 9- Rough draft of 2017 season end report presented by staff to Park Board (portions may be omitted or not yet included).
Dec 1- Draft of final report and recommendations posted for public comment.
Dec 14- Update Park Board on 2017 Season-End Report, review recommendations.
Dec 19- Introduce Report and Recommendations to Board of County Commissioners.
Jan- BCC makes decision regarding recommendations and long term permit process.
Please note that all future trip reservations will be subject to the adoptions, findings and revisions of the Snake River Management Plan as adopted by the Board of County Commissioners for the 2018 season and beyond.