The Buzz: Housing Watch

JACKSON HOLE, — Almost 12 hours of exhaustive town council meetings yielded, among other things, a handful of victories for housing projects, if being allowed to sleep in a car is considered housing (it is now). Starting June 16, members of Jackson’s workforce will likely be able to legally sleep in their cars in designated parking spots.

Town councilors directed staff to prepare an ordinance for reading that will allow overnight parking and car camping in a designated lot north of the Rec Center. The ordinance is in response to a proposal by the housing advocacy group Shelter JH.

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Posted by Stefani
May 22, 2017