Teton County residents seeking a passport will now have a new way of working with the Teton County Clerk of District Court.
Beginning September 1, 2019, all applicants wishing to seek help from the Teton County Clerk of District Court will need to make an appointment to meet with staff at their office in Jackson at 180 S. King Street on the second floor. The Clerk of District Court’s Office says that the new system is meant to make the process more efficient for applicants and staff.
“The appointment process will help applicants avoid the need for return trips and help minimize the time it takes to complete applications when they arrive,” said Teton County Clerk of District Court Anne Comeaux Sutton. “It will also help make sure we have staff available to assist with each applicant’s specific circumstances when they arrive.”
Even though the new process does not take effect until September, Sutton is encouraging applicants to start using the new system to make it as streamlined as possible for everyone involved.
“Scheduling appointments will help applicants confirm what they need in advance of their visit to our office, such as checkbooks, name change information, both parents present for minors, etc.,” Sutton said.
Openings for appointments will be available Monday through Friday between 9 am and 4 pm, with opportunities for special requests. Applicants can make appointments online through the Clerk of District Court’s website at https://tetoncountywy.gov or by calling the office at 307-733-2533.