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On this page you can find two types of reports: monthly Economic Dashboards and bi-weekly Occupancy Retail Reports. 

The Jackson Hole Economic Dashboard is compiled by the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce and sponsored by First Interstate Bank of Jackson Hole and the Jackson Hole News & Guide each month so that our members can be aware of the numbers that effect business in Jackson Hole.​ Data included in the montly Economic Dashboard includes the following: recreational visitor data for Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone National Park and two visitor centers, the Jackson Hole Greater Yellowstone Visitor Center and Home Ranch Center. Other data includes lodging tax collection, monthly building permits (residential and commercial), montly business licenses aquired, real estate dollars, number of properties sold, sales and use tax, and airport enplanements statistics. Below is an archive of monthly Economic Dashboards starting in June of 2018, when we redeisgned the dashboard. If you like to view a dashboard prior to June 2018, please email Operations Manager, Riley Frances Boone, at 

The Occupany Retail Report is produced twice a month; it is a 60-day advanced view of bookings collected from 15 different properties in the town of Jackson, Teton Village, Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone national park. The retail report is produced by Inntopia through a platform called DestiMetrics; The DestiMetrics platform provides destinations and properties alike an insightful, forward-looking view of their performance and upcoming visitation to empower data-driven decisions on marketing spend, rate, and staff.

Most Recent ECONOMIC DASHBOARD  and Archive:

Most Recent Occupancy Retail Reports: 

The premier provider of lodging performance benchmarking tools to mountain resorts throughout the western United States, DestiMetrics -  a product line of Inntopia Business Intelligence - is a sophisticated lodging barometer that provides numbers specific to Jackson Hole. Community partners, including the participating lodging properties, have helped to make this tool available: Jackson Hole Central Reservations, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, and JH AIR. Special recognition goes to funding provided by the lodging tax via the Jackson Hole Travel & Tourism Joint Powers Board (4JH). Retail reports come out twice a month, typically around the 15th and the 30th of the month.  

To view an exhaustive list of archived Retail Reports, please email Operations Manager, Riley Frances Boone, 

Wyoming Office of Tourism Resources

Wyoming Travel Impacts 2000-2016: Click here.

Travel is an Economic Engine for Wyoming: The Wyoming Office of Tourism recently released an economic report that shows why travel matters to Teton County. According to their report, domestic and international travelers spent $1.02 billion is Teton County and generated $54.8 million in state and local taxes. This tax revenue is used to support public infrastructure like streets and roads, education, fire and police protection, and many other public services in Teton County.  To download the report, please click here: Economic Engine Report.

Visitation to Grand Teton National Park Generates Over 728 Million in Economic Benefit to Local Communities

April 21, 2016 - Visitors to Grand Teton National Park spent an estimated $560 million in local gateway communities last year. The ripple effects of that spending had a cumulative benefit to the local economy of over $728 million and supported 8,862 jobs in nearby communities such as Jackson, Teton Village, and Dubois, Wyoming as well as Victor and Driggs, Idaho. As it did in 2014, Grand Teton ranked among the top five national park areas in terms of economic benefit along with Blue Ridge Parkway, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Grand Canyon National Park, and Denali National Park & Preserve. For complete information, please click here.

Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance Effective Population Study

Summer 2013 - An Update of the 1993 Study Conducted by Summit Management Consulting on behalf of the Town of Jackson and Teton County, Wyoming. Download the PDF. The report defines Effective Population: "Effective population is defined as the population where people are found at a given point in time, as opposed to counting them only where they reside. Determining the effective population is essential for understanding the cumulative economic, social, and environmental impacts residents, workers, and visitors alike have on the community. Using the estimates from the effective population can help town and county staff, elected officials, and community organizations guide policies, revise land development regulations, and provide levels of service appropriate to the actual human population and ecosystem of Teton County."

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