Teton County Wyoming

Jackson Hole Fire/EMS

Phone: (307) 733-4732
Fax: (307) 739-9856

Fire Administration Offices
40 East Pearl Avenue
7:30 AM - 5:30 PM, Monday through Friday

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Our Mission

The mission of Jackson Hole Fire/EMS is the protection of life and property from the adverse effects of fires, medical emergencies and exposures to man-made and/or natural dangerous conditions.

All members, resources and activities are dedicated to providing excellence in fire suppression, emergency medical care, hazard abatement, committed training, aggressive code enforcement and effective public education.

Our Vision .....





Honor Guard



It is the mission of the Honor Guard to represent the Department of the fallen member and the members local government as a highly disciplined team serving with honor at ceremonial functions.  The Honor Guard will accomplish this mission with respect and dignity at funeral services for active and retired personnel and personnel that have died in the line of duty, and provide comfort and compassion for the survivors.


  • Plan/coordinate and conduct all departmental funerals
  • Act as clearinghouse for the department regarding ceremonial protocol matters
  • Representing the department at the funeral of members of outside fire departments
  • Coordinate the ceremonial functions at designated departmental functions
  • Perform other functions as deemed appropriate by the Fire Chief

Jackson Hole Fire/EMS Honor Guard consists of:


James Powell, Engineer/Paramedic, Station 1

Frank Becker, Firefighter/EMT, Station 3

Brian Carr, Engineer/Paramedic, Station 1

Tyler Dunn, Engineer/Paramedic, Station 7

Tyler Hartz, Firefighter/Paramedic, Station 6

Brenda Sherwin, EMT, Station 6

Harry Fish, Firefighter, Station 1

Jon Felly, Firefighter/Paramedic, Station 3

John Tobey, Engineer/Paramedic, Station 1


All Honor Guard inquires should be directed to: James Powell at jpowell@tetonwyo.org

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MODERATE: Fires can start from most causes but, with the exception of lightning fires in some areas, the number of starts is generally low. Fires in open cured grasslands will burn briskly and spread rapidly on windy days. Timber fires spread slowly to moderately fast. The average fire is of moderate intensity, although heavy concentrations of fuel, especially draped fuel, may burn hot. Short distance spotting may occur, but is not persistent. Fires are not likely to become serious and control is relatively easy.

CLICK HERE Becoming a JH Fire/EMS Volunteer "Understanding the Position and Navigating the Hiring Process".

CLICK HERE to read the Facilitated Learning Analysis for Brush 18 an apparatus lost during the Little Horsethief Fire.

Teton County Wildland Fire Information

Click here to view the Teton County Fire Evacuation Plan

Click here for Wildland Urban Interface Information