The August 21, 2017 Total Solar Eclipse across America presents a rare opportunity to view a once-in-a-lifetime celestial event in our beloved backyard.
From approximately August 7 to August 24, Teton County and the Town of Jackson, along with federal partners, local stakeholders and surrounding communities, must safely and efficiently manage operations for residents and visitors in the greater Jackson Hole area during the 2017 Total Solar Eclipse.
Both governments are collaborating to streamline support functions and lessen community impact of increased visitors anticipated during this rare natural event.
Since July of 2015, core planners including seven individual incident management teams outlined in this resource have been working to gather information and make decisions focused on safety and preparedness. The resulting plans outlined in the pages of this official community eclipse manual function to support all sectors in decision making and identify any additional aid needed for realizing a safe and successful Eclipse event.