Wildfire Risk

Wildfire Risk is a scientific and up-to-date wildfire hazard and risk assessment database. The model accounts for physical, climatic, and man-made variables including slope, aspect, vegetation type, burn frequency, distance to water, special wind event regions, density of non-burnable surfaces, and distance to fire stations.


The net result is a set of uniquely generated fireshed polygons covering the United States with corresponding risk scores. All information is also included at the address level using a unique identifier with additional proximity measurements to uncover further insight around structure specific risk.


  • Assess wildfire risk exposure using a model that uniquely addresses the varying characteristics of each landscape
  • Maximize your bottom line by avoiding high risk areas while identifying pockets of opportunity in generally risky areas
  • Understand wildfire risk at the property level rather than a macro region and price business accordingly
  • Measure a property's proximity to high and very high wildfire zones as well as the proximity to the wildland - urban interface
  • Visualize wildfire risk sheds for all 50 states


  • Provides a wildfire model for all 50 states that scores the risk profile of every location from 0-49

  • Includes a geo-enrichment file which appends all wildfire risk information to every affected address location using a unique identifier

  • Contains proximity measurements for added insight at the address level

  • Includes a supporting layer of recent burn perimeters

  • Delivers a supporting layer of areas impacted by the Mountain Pine Beetle


Wildfire Risk provides scores for the following hazard types:

  • Wildland landscape risk

  • Intermix landscape risk

  • Interface landscape risk


United States
Release schedule
Quarterly, Annually
Unit of sale
Country, State

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