Staff-Reviewed Planning Application Timeline Extension

Project Summary: Proposal to amend the Teton County Land Development Regulations (LDRs), to establish longer timeframes for County staff to review five of the planning applications, bringing them to 60 days (from 30-45 days). This amendment is being led by the Teton County Planning Division. These applications include the following:

  • Environmental Analyses(EA) LDR Section 8.2.2
    • Currently a 45 day review period for non-Sketch Plan Review from date of sufficiency.  This review period would be increased to 60 days.
  • Grading Permits(GEC) LDR Section 8.3.4
    • Currently a 45 day review period from the date of sufficiency.  This review period would be increased to 60 days.
  •  Sign PermitsLDR Section 8.3.5
    • Currently a 30 day review period from date of submittal.   This review period would be increased to 60 days.
  • Basic Use Permits(BUP) LDR Section 8.4.1
    • Currently a 45 day review period from date of sufficiency.  This review period would be increased to 60 days.
  • Zoning Compliance Verifications(ZCV) LDR Section 8.6.2
    • Currently a 45 day review period form date of sufficiency.  This review period would be increased to 60 days.

For more information or to receive email updates on this project, please contact Associate Long-Range Planner Erin Monroe at emonroe@tetoncountywy.gov. 

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June 21, 2022: Draft LDR Amendments Available for Public Review

County Planning Staff has produced draft LDR text amendments (PDF) that illustrate the timeframe extensions being proposed. For ease of use, only the pages with edits are included in this draft. These proposed changes are scheduled to be presented to the Teton County Planning Commission on July 25, 2022.