Sustaining Our Community.

2018 Annual Report

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People sustain our community. The Housing Trust works to ensure that Jackson remains a vibrant place where caring, experienced people are committed to your health, safety, and welfare.

Today, the median sale price of a home in Teton County is just under $1.6 million. These steadily increasing prices make keeping people in Jackson one of our community's biggest challenges. Housing is the foundation of a community: it supports our local economy; it enables the delivery of quality care and services; it is where individuals find stability and families grow. Your support is essential to our continued success.

Today, the Housing Trust has prioritized a development model that will address a pressing community need and result in a sustainable housing solution for our community.

Learn More About This New Model


Latest News
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Dec 11
Virginian housing project could be largest ever in Jackson

RV park apartments could put a major dent in the shortage of affordable homes.

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Dec 4
Town gets free rein of stalled housing project

County turns over its share of workforce housing site, but critics worry about the separation.

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Dec 2
Developers break ground on Sagebrush housing

The Sagebrush Apartments will be located on Broadway west of Dollar Tree. With 90 units, it will be one of the largest housing developments in Jackson in years.

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Nov 25
Examine housing needs up close and personal

State lawmakers should come to Jackson to meet the workers who live in the kind of housing they’re trying to eliminate.