Total Solar Eclipse
On August 21, 2017, a Total Solar Eclipse will be seen across the United States.
Jackson Hole Plans for the Total Solar Eclipse
Teton County Wyoming residents and visitors will have the opportunity to watch as the moon moves fully in front of the sun. This extraordinary moment marks the first total eclipse of the sun visible from all 48 contiguous United States since 1979 and the first visible from coast to coast in the US since 1918. For the most relevant information about the Total Solar Eclipse in Jackson Hole, please visit www.tetoneclipse.com.
The Town of Jackson and Teton County, Wyoming are working together on a dedicated effort for the exciting August 21, 2017 Total Solar Eclipse. The overall goal is to realize a successful management of a natural event for our community and visitors. Streamlining support functions and sharing official and proper safety and planning resources will lessen the impact of increased visitors and drive essential overall awareness and any aid needed for a successful Eclipse event.
Chamber members can learn more about planning efforts for the Total Solar Eclipse at Business Over Breakfast on Thursday, April 13 (click here) and at the Spring Business Development Committee Meeting on Tuesday, May 2 (click here).
Wyoming Communities Plan to Welcome Visitors
Looking for information about the best places in the Cowboy State to enjoy the eclipse? Check out the Wyoming Office of Tourism webpage dedicated to the eclipse. Visit www.travelwyoming.com/view-eclipse.