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Winter Pathway Maintenance Announced

November 28, 2012 Jackson Hole, Teton County No Comments
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Maintenance of the Town of Jackson and Teton County Pathway System will be transitioning from summer mode to winter mode over the next few weeks. However, Pathways Coordinator Brian Schilling says the Pathways program, like all County programs, is facing a shrinking budget which limits the services are possible. Plowing is to be done on a per-snow event basis when snowfall accumulates 2” or more on the pathway. Paths are usually to be plowed by 10:00 am on snow days, but times and conditions may vary, and paths connecting to schools will be given highest priority. The grooming season starts December 15th and runs through March 15th.  Grooming is done on a set schedule, with most areas groomed two to three times each week.

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