TIF Dispatch Area Preparedness and Staffing

Current Indices – 7/8/2020




Staffing Class

Prep Level


Forecast ERC Forecast BI
Teton 33 38.6 3L 2
34 37.1
Wind 34 44.7 3L 2
35 39.3
Wyoming 42 49.2 3L 2


43 49.3

ERC = Energy Release Component G Model, BI = Burning Index, SC = Staffing Class, Prep Level/PL = Preparedness Level, FDR = Fire Danger Rating,

Fuels/Fire Danger page


Western, Wyo., June 29, 2020 – As the Independence Day holiday approaches, visitors and local residents alike are reminded that fireworks are not permitted in Grand Teton National Park, on the Bridger-Teton National Forest, within the National Elk Refuge, or in Sublette and Teton counties in Wyoming. These fireworks regulations play a critical role in fire prevention.

The Yarnell Hill Fire in Arizona overran and killed 19 City of Prescott firefighters on June 30, 2013. Today we remember the lost members of the Granite Mountain Hotshots.large.jpg

The Flat Creek 2 fire, located in the Flat Creek Drainage, 7 miles north of Jackson,  was reported to Teton Interagency Dispatch   Saturday afternoon June 27.  Two Interagency Helitack firefighters responded and controlled the tenth acre fire. 

The fire was determined to be human-caused, the result of an abandoned campfire. 

Read More: Flat Creek 2

Wildland and Prescribed Fire Map

Trail Creek Road RX

43.357944, -110.854289
Prescribed Fire

Flat Creek 2

43.5501, -110.6038
Wildland Fire


43.91512, -110.64012
Wildland Fire