TIF Dispatch Area Preparedness and Staffing

Current Indices – 8/8/2020




Staffing Class

Prep Level


Forecast ERC Forecast BI
Teton 51 63.2 3H 3


50 53.7
Wind 51 59.5 3H 3


51 55.9
Wyoming 60 72.0 3H 3


58 59.0

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


The Cow Creek fire was reported to Teton Interagency Dispatch on Thursday, August 6.  The fire is 8 acres and is believed to be a "holdover" from lightning several days earlier.  Two Teton Helitack  and 11 Smokejumpers  have been assigned the fire.   


Read More: Cow Creek
Western WY – Teton Interagency fire managers announce the fire danger rating has been elevated to high for the Bridger-Teton National Forest, Grand Teton National Park, National Elk Refuge, and remaining portions of the Teton Interagency Dispatch area. The potential for fire activity has increased due to summer curing of vegetation combined with hot temperatures and dry, windy conditions.
Read More: High Fire Danger

           Sticker Explanation! The next phase of the Teton to Snake Fuels Reduction Project on the Phillips Ridge area of the Jackson Ranger District. Throughout the next month, contractors will be cutting trees and stacking woody debris to minimize fire hazards in proximity to the powerline road, the Snotel and Phillips Ridge trails. 

In order to provide for public safety and allow contractors to complete the tree cutting as quickly as possible, dispersed camping will be suspended on Phillips ridge east of the Snotel trail and the Phillips road will be temporarily closed to vehicle traffic for approximately 3-weeks. For more information please call 307-739-5431

News Release 

Project map for 2020 

Trail Head Flyer

Look for our Trail Ambassadors in the area, Randy and Cam and ask for a free sticker, as gift and safety reminder and thank you for your cooperation while this wildfire community protection work is being accomplished in the Phillips area.

                                                      Enjoy the trails, be aware and stay safe!

Teton to Snake Fuels Reduction Project Continues Along Phillips Ridge

Wildland and Prescribed Fire Map