Photo: Howie Garber
Photo: Howie Garber
From past to present, EXPLORATION AND ADVENTURE
FUEL OUR ENTREPRENEURIAL SPIRIT, STRONG LOCAL CONNECTIONS, AND SMALL-TOWN PRIDE IN THIS VIBRANT COMMUNITY
Over 6,000 feet in elevation, Driggs, Idaho is a draw for all who are seeking adventure and natural beauty in a relaxed small town. The Teton, Big Hole, and Snake River mountain ranges surround the valley and host the explorer in us all. Whether you enjoy skiing, hiking, mountain biking, or world-class fly fishing, there is high caliber fun to be had. Find adventure in our gastronomic landscape where gourmet cuisine abounds in our many restaurants, and locally made craft beer, distilled spirits, a neighborhood butcher, and a 100-year-old soda fountain add distinct flavor.
We enjoy year-round entertainment indoors and out. From music festivals, a world class snow carving competition, legendary hot air balloon rally, a robust county fair showcasing our agricultural heritage, to farmer’s markets and artisan fairs- our events are sure to inspire! Channeled into our small businesses, creative ingenuity, and personal relationships, the alpine hamlet of Driggs, Idaho challenges us all to live our best lives in one of the most beautiful locations in the Lower 48. Our shared love of place strengthens our community bonds and lends a sense of pride to our daily pursuits.
Stay in the Know: Recent City News
January 2024: Mayor's Community Conversation
Join Mayor August at the next Community Conversation where it will be All About Downtown Driggs! Presented topics will include plans for additional parking, sidewalk and streetscape improvements, visitor center & community center evolution, events, signage, flowers, waste management and more! DATE: January 31, 2024 TIME: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Location: The Geo Center - 60 S Main St
Feb. 8 Area of Impact Open House (4:30-6:30pm)
Jan. 31st Aquatic Facility Concept Design Open House
Join City of Driggs, Teton Valley Aquatics and the Design Team at an Open House in City Hall on Jan. 31st (3-7pm, with presentations at 4pm and 6pm) to Review and Comment on the Teton Valley Aquatic Facility Conceptual Design Plans