News March 23, 2020

Government Offices Close To Public Access

by Jackson Hole Radio News

In an effort to practice and encourage social distancing, and to limit physical interaction between Teton County staff and the public, The Teton County Commissioners voted Friday to restrict public access at all County Buildings effective today through Friday, April 3rd. County offices and departments will remain open and available to provide services to the public through alternative methods. Individuals with a request for service from a County office should call or email the office to make arrangements. Contact information can be found at

Meanwhile, starting today Fall River Electric Cooperative has restricted access by the public to the Co-op’s front office in Driggs as well as the other front offices located in Ashton and West Yellowstone. This action is following recommendations from the CDC as well as local and state agencies and is in response to the COVID-19 virus.  This step will have absolutely no impact on the power supplied to our members but will ensure critical business operations continue without interruption.