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City of Victor Design Standards and Guidelines

At their January 24, 2018 meeting, Victor City Council adopted interim Design Standards and Guidelines effective for one year. New standards and guideleines will be developed during that one year period, but in the meantime applicants for new construction in Victor should reference the below document for compliance prior to submitting for permits.


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Teton Centennial Trail Project Well on Its Way

The Teton Centennial Trail Project is a 1.9 mile paved bicycle and pedestrian pathway on the Caribou-Targhee National Forest that runs from Moose Creek to the Wyoming state line on the historic “Old Jackson Highway” roadbed.  Construction has also been funded for the Wyoming portion of Centennial Trail from the state line to Trail Creek Campground, including an undercrossing at Trail Creek Campground.  As a result, project managers aim to construct the Idaho and Wyoming portions concurrently with an anticipated grand opening in 2019 which will further increase access opportunities for users on both sides of the Idaho/Wyoming state line. 


Victor Design Review Committee

Design Review Steering Committee Openings


The City of Victor is accepting applications from community members wishing to serve on the newly formed Design Review Steering Committee.  The committee will be tasked with developing design guidelines for commercial and multi-family construction in Victor city limits, particularly on high visibility travel corridors, with the intent to promote attractive, quality buildings which contribute to community character while preserving Victor’s economic vitality and individuality.  The committee will assist Planning Administrator in the creation of these guidelines and help guide decisions on strategy, content, applicability, and extent of proposed design overlay districts. 

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Southern Valley Fuels Reduction Public Open House - December 4th

Southern Valley Fuels Reduction Public Open House

Victor Idaho, November 27, 2017– The City of Victor will host a public Southern Valley Fuels Reduction open house in partnership with the US Forest Service, Teton County Fire & Rescue, and Teton County, Idaho on Monday, December 4th, at 6:00 P.M. in the Council Chambers of Victor City Hall located at 32 Elm Street.  Citizens are encouraged to attend the open house to learn about and provide input on fuels reduction opportunities in the southern area of Teton Valley, as shown in the below map. 

Winter Parking Ban in Effect: Towing - November 30 and December 1st

Thank you to those who have moved vehicles out of the public right-of-way ahead of the winter parking ban!  So that Public Works may effectively plow the streets, any vehicle remaining in the public right-of-way during the winter parking ban will be towed at the owner’s expense on Thursday and Friday of this week, November 30th and December 1st and again as needed over the winter.  

The winter parking ban requires that no person stop or park a motor vehicle, trailer or other vehicle on any roadways or within existing public easements for such roadways, or in any designated alleyway within City limits between the hours of 2:00 A.M. to 10:00 A.M. in residential areas and 2:00 A.M. to 7:00 A.M. in business areas between November 15 and April 1 of any year.  


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City of Victor Idaho
32 Elm Street
P.O. Box 122
Victor, ID 83455

Phone: (208) 787-2940
Fax: (208) 787-2357