Teton County, Idaho is in the process of updating its zoning code. The county has released a draft of the proposed code update, which can be viewed here. The county accepted public comments on the draft plan through May 18, 2021. Please visit the county’s website for more updates on the approval process for the new code. Currently, the county expects the code to be approved and enacted by late summer 2021. All concept plans for subdivisions that have been submitted and deemed sufficient prior to the new code adoption will be subject to the old code.
Teton County’s draft zoning update proposes sweeping changes to the existing zoning. The proposed code follows an average density zoning model, which mandates various minimum lot sizes in different zones. Under the proposed changes, many property owners will lose the ability to subdivide their lots, or will lose the ability to subdivide their lots into parcels less than five acres. Use this map to search for parcel’s new zoning under the proposed code. Contact Teton County, Idaho for further questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or 208-354-2593.
Y2 Consultants’ planners can help clients determine how the proposed changes could affect their properties and assist with the subdivision process. Please contact Planner Ryan Maye Handy, email@example.com, to discuss the new zoning’s potential impacts on your property and steps required for subdivision.