The Jackson Ranger District is located in Jackson, Wyoming, is home to the North Zone fire organization with fire management responsibilities on the Jackson Ranger District. Resources include a 20-person interagency helitack crew and Type IV Engine 441.
Located on the Bridger-Teton National Forest is Engine 421 (a Type 4 Wildland Fire Engine) based out of Big Piney, Wyoming and Engine 671 (a Type 6 Wildland Fire Engine) based out of Pinedale, WY.
The town of Kemmerer – along with the neighboring towns of Diamondville and Frontier – makes up the small community located at 6927 feet about sea level, in the rolling hills of Southwestern Wyoming. The community is rooted along the Hams Fork River – which is part of the Green River watershed – and has a population of approximately 3,126 people.
The duty station for Engine 4 is Colter Bay Village, a community within Grand Teton National Park located on the north shore of Jackson Lake.
Engine 301 Work Station: Grand Teton National Park Headquarters, Moose, WY
Teton Interagency Fire staffs a total of seven engines; five Forest Service, one Park Service, and one interagency.