Input sought on community wildfire protection plan
Interested in Teton County's community wildfire protection plan (CWPP)? Link to the current CWPP. If you would like to comment on the CWPP, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
2013 Living with Fire in Wyoming Publication for Homeowners
Spring is a good time for homeowners to take steps around their homes to make them more likely to survive in the event of a wildfire. Some helpful information can be found on the University of Wyoming website as well as our Education & Prevention page (near bottom of page).
2013 Living with Fire in Wyoming online publication
Spring prescribed fire season under way
Teton Interagency fire personnel are planning to start burn operations on the Pole Creek Rx burn on the Kemmerer Ranger District. News Release
For information on additional upcoming prescribed burns read Spring Rx Burns News Release.
Permanent positions have been filled. Visit on our current vacancies page for information on seasonal jobs.
To Report a Wildfire -- Call 307-739-3630
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Teton Interagency Fire
This website supports information and coordination for Teton Interagency Fire.
The Information section provides updates on current fires and fire restrictions in the area, links to national incident information, as well as fire prevention, fire ecology and living safely in the wildland urban interface.
The Predictive Services component provides the operational products regarding current and predicted conditions that influence fire behavior.
The Logistics/Dispatch component provides operational and administrative links for mobilization of resources.
The Local Operations element covers fire management plans, guidelines associated with local resources and project work, decision-support systems, and other working documents.
The Administrative component is designed to provide the tools, background information and links for fire and incident operations.
Teton Interagency Dispatch Center, located in Moose, Wyoming, is an all-risk dispatch management and resource mobilization unit in western Wyoming.
The dispatch center serves Bridger-Teton National Forest, Grand Teton National Park, and John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway. as well as wildland fire and prescribed fire activities for the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (National Elk Refuge), Wyoming State Forestry (Teton Zone), and County Fire Services for Teton and Sublette counties and the northern portion of Lincoln County.
The Fire and Aviation Management programs within the Bridger-Teton National Forest and Grand Teton National Park are integrated to provide a professional and innovative interagency fire program. While they are the primary players in Teton Interagency Fire, they work closely with the National Elk Refuge, Wyoming State Forestry, and Teton, Lincoln and Sublette counties. Cooperation is key, not only during fires, but during all aspects of fire management, from the training and planning through responding to an incident.