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SDMP Progress Tracker

The Sustainable Destination Management Plan (SDMP) is a five-year roadmap adopted by the Jackson Hole Travel and Tourism Board (JHTTB) in late January 2023.

The purpose of the plan is to ensure that tourism is a positive force for people, nature, and the economy. The SDMP is currently stewarded by the interim Destination Stewardship Council (DSC). The SDMP contains eight stewardship goals which are comprised of detailed initiatives, specific proposed action items (e.g. 1.3.3: Develop a “How to JH” Guide), and suggested implementation options. The 18 SDMP Year 1 Action Items are listed below along with a description of steps being taken to implement each item.

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1.1.1  =  Goal . Initiative . Priority Action

Goal 1: Education & Communication

Create a common understanding of shared responsibility among residents, businesses, and visitors.

Goal 2: Visitor Flow Management

Align the needs and aspirations of residents, businesses, and visitors across all lands.

Goal 3: Workforce Recruitment and Retention

Increase the stability of the tourism workforce.

Goal 4: Community Housing

Advocate for and support solutions to create community housing.

Goal 5: Transportation and Mobility

Advocate for and support transit and mobility solutions.

Goal 6: Climate Action

Reduce climate risks and enhance destination resilience.

Goal 7: Monitoring & Reporting

Monitor tourism and its impacts on people and place (all lands, all communities).

Goal 8: Governance

Maintain effective all-lands tourism governance, collaboration, and plan implementation.

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