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If you or someone you know is experiencing a life-threatening emergency, please call 911.

Below are additional resources regarding a variety of non-life-threatening emergency scenarios in Teton Village.

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Public Emergency

In event of a public emergency, the Siren located on Tower #1 of the Tram will sound. Information about the emergency and instructions will be broadcast on local radio stations, 94.5 FM or 96.9 FM on the radio dial.

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Non-Life-Threatening Medical Emergency

St. John’s Health Urgent Care in Teton Village is located in the Cody Circle at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and welcomes patients with recreational injuries, altitude sickness, flu, and other ailments common to travelers.

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Water & Sewer Emergency

In the event of a Water & Sewer Emergency, please contact Teton Village Water and Sewer at the District:

Office307.733.5457, Monday-Thursday, 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM
After-Hours Emergency307.690.9231

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Report a Bear

Bears and other wildlife are a part of daily life in Teton Village. You can do your part to keep human-wildlife conflicts to a minimum by following a few simple rules.

You can report bear sightings to the Wyoming Game & Fish at 307.733.2321.

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Wildfires - Protect Your Property

Teton Village is classified as a Wildland Urban Interface, education and preparation can help protect you and your home in case of a wildland fire event.

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Disaster Preparedness

Simple preparations can make a big difference when disaster strikes. The Teton County Office of Emergency Management urges everyone to have a plan and to take some basic precautions.

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