As the snow continues to pile up in and around Jackson, we have received many requests for information regarding grooming, ice rinks, sidewalk and pathway snow removal. There are several ways to keep up to speed on what’s going on in the Parks world: for grooming information you can follow us on Twitter @Tcjprgrooming and the same for ice rinks @Tcjprrinks. Both of these feeds are linked to our website and updated often. Just click on the ‘Parks and Pathways’ tab at the top of the homepage. If you need information on sidewalk and pathway plowing you can visit the Town of Jackson website for a map of what gets plowed on a regular basis: https://www.jacksonwy.gov/494/Winter-Sidewalk-Snow-Removal-Information The Parks department plows sidewalks and pathways daily when there is more than 1-2” of accumulating snow. We work closely with Town of Jackson Public Works to keep corner and curb cuts clean and buildings accessible.
February 11, 2019- Service Level Update:
Jackson/Teton County Parks and Recreation has implemented some changes to our winter service levels. Due to the increased snow levels in recent weeks and the lack of snow storage space, Highway 22 pathway from Skyline Ranch north to Emily’s Pond will no longer be cleared. Additionally, South Park Loop Rd pathway from Grand Teton Circle south/east to Highway 89 will also be abandoned. Once conditions improve and temperatures warm, we will begin to clear these sections for spring access. If changes occur prior to spring melt, we will update the community on changes. Continue to check the Parks and Recreation website for updates on service changes, grooming and ice rink maintenance: http://www.tetonparksandrec.org/. Thank you for your understanding.