Our mission is to provide residents, businesses and visitors well-planned, environmentally-sensitive, cost effective infrastructure and services that improve our quality of life, promote public health, protect community and natural resources, provide effective transportation, and support community vitality in an efficient, respectful and responsive manner. We also strive to support other County departments and officials in their efforts to meet the goals of Teton County.
Public works Fee Resolution 2020 Adoption
Fee changes were advertised for public comment for 45 days and no comments were received. Public Works permit fee schedule include: Bridge,Floodplain,Grading and Erosion, Septic, and Right of Way Agreements which was approved by the County Commissioner on April 21,2020.
Updated fee schedule will go into effect on Wednesday July 1,2020.