The Hoback Ranches Service Improvement District was established in 1985 under Wyoming statute with the goal of ensuring the safe and effective protection of Hoback Ranches, providing for fences and roads, requiring maintenance for the over 20 miles of fencing and 26.2 miles of improved and gravel roads.
Hoback Ranches was formerly part of a private ranch that was divided into multi-acre sites for permanent and seasonal recreational homes. Approximately 9 sections comprise Hoback Ranches. These sections are bordered by approximately 4 sections of public land administered by the BLM Pinedale Field Office, and 10 sections of USFS lands, administered by the Big Piney Ranger District, Bridger/Teton National Forest. Other adjacent land ownership includes private and State of Wyoming lands. Structures within Hoback Ranches vary in age (ranging from new foundations to homes more than 15 years old) and in size (from sheds and one-room cabins to multi-thousand square-foot homes). Hoback Ranches provides residents an acceptable summer commute to Jackson and Pinedale, Wyoming.
The Bureau of Land Management
2023 Hoback Ranches Calendar
FEB 3-24 Filing For Election: HRSID Director Candidates
APRIL 7-9 Mail Annual Election Ballots
MAY 2 Annual HRSID Election
JUNE 17 Early Budget Planning Meeting
JUNE 25 Annual Bondurant Community BBQ-Picnic
JULY 15 Annual HRSID Meeting
JULY 15 Annual Hoback Ranches Picnic
JULY 20 Annual Budget Approval, Sublette County
AUGUST 12 Bondurant Heritage Day Event at St. Hubert’s