Wyoming County governments are political subdivisions of the State of Wyoming. Powers and duties of the county and that of the Board of County Commissioners are authorized in Title 18 of the Wyoming Statutes.
Teton County is governed by 12 elected officials including:
Each elected official is responsible for the operations of their office, in accordance with Wyoming State Statutes.
The mission of Teton County, Wyoming government is to support the well-being of its residents by providing responsive and efficient services; providing programs that contribute to public health, safety, and welfare; and supporting the community`s goals as expressed in the Teton County Comprehensive Plan.