Historic Preservation Commission

The Historic Preservation Commission, composed of 5-7 volunteers serving 3-year terms, was created in 2021 pursuant to Idaho Code Title 46, Chapter 67, and performs the following duties:
(1) Establishes and maintains a survey of cultural or historic resources;
(2) Participates in the nomination of properties to the National Register of Historic Places;
(3) Acts as a liaison on behalf of the local government to individuals and organizations within its jurisdiction for historic preservation and related matters;
(4) Acts in an advisory role to other officials and departments of local government regarding the protection of local cultural resources, and when appropriate, participate in local planning and decision-making.
The Commission meets on the last Tuesday of each month at 3PM in the Commissioners' Chambers at the courthouse, 150 Courthouse Drive in Driggs.          

    Historic Preservation Commission
Monthly Meeting Agenda
Tuesday, July 30, 2024 at 6 PM (Special Time)
1st Floor Meeting Room
Teton County Courthouse, 150 Courthouse Dr
2.   Historic Preservation Plan
      a) Presentation of Final Draft Plan
      b) Public Comments
      c) (ACTION) Consideration and Recommendation of Plan Revisions
3.   Future Agenda Items and Other Discussion from Commissioners
4.   Adjourn