JACKSON, Wyo. \u2014 Residents can return home after being evacuated from a fire that started south of town yesterday. The Swinging Bridge fire on the Jackson Ranger District of the Bridger-Teton National Forest started around 4:30 p.m. yesterday, Sept. 6. Thanks to a quick response from Teton Interagency Fire personnel and Teton County Fire and EMS the fire was held to 102 acres. The response included two engines from Teton Interagency Fire, ten engines and water tenders from Teton County Fire and EMS, along with two type 3 helicopters and multiple fixed-wing air tankers. Teton County Emergency Management and the Teton County Sheriff\u2019s Department issued an evacuation notice for Henry\u2019s road, Game Creek, Squaw Creek, and Porcupine Subdivisions. Fire personnel was able to focus their efforts, and as a result, there was no damage to any homes. Residents are now able to return back home. The only closure that remains is on Henry\u2019s Road from Swinging Bridge to Porcupine Creek. Resources remained on the fire overnight providing point protection for homes as well as power and communication infrastructure in the area. Today more resources will be arriving to assist the effort of securing the perimeter and reaching containment. Lower temperatures and some expected precipitation should give the firefighters a hand as they remain on scene.\u00a0 However, crews will be watching closely as high winds are forecasted ahead of the precipitation that is predicted. Smoke will be visible in the area as pockets of unburned fuel within the perimeter clean themselves up. The community is asked to refrain from calling this activity into dispatch, resources are on scene and will be addressing any areas of concern. This fire serves as a reminder to all that our vegetation is stressed and very receptive to fire. Even with cooler weather the next few days, fires can start easily and grow rapidly under the right conditions which we saw yesterday under a red flag warning. Please be extra careful with anything that could possibly ignite a fire, this includes tow chains, chainsaws, and vehicles parking on tall grass. Fire restrictions are still in effect across the Forest and many surrounding counties.