The Pedro Mountain Fire southwest of Alcova is 82 percent contained, according to a release from the Wyoming Bureau of Land Management.
The fire, which started on August 24 from a lightning strike, has burned 23,408 so far.
Structure protection is no longer needed, according to the release, and crews are working on containing hot spots.
Evacuations were lifted at 2 p.m. yesterday, allowing residents to enter neighborhoods.
The release says some residents were “surprised to see there is still some green around their homes” in yard areas crews were able to save.