Jackson pledges support for Yellowstone gateway communities


Jackson Mayor Hailey Morton Levinson reacted to the recent catastrophic flooding in Yellowstone, saying, “We are all shocked to see the washed-out bridges and eroded roads in Yellowstone, and we want our northern neighbors to know that Jackson is here, ready to provide help and support as it is needed.

We are sending our best to our neighbors working to deal with these unprecedented floods.”  Morton points out that the Jackson Hole’s Chamber of Commerce is working closely with local, state, and federal agencies to assess the impacts of the natural disaster.

The Town is in full support of the near-term focus on ensuring everyone is out of harm’s way and are incredibly grateful that there are no known injuries or deaths.  She says the Jackson Chamber and Travel & Tourism board are working with the Wyoming Office of Tourism to coordinate visitor communications and let folks in surrounding communities know we are available to help accommodate folks who’s travel plans have been disrupted.

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