Wildfire Risk USA

From Precisely

Wildfire Risk is a scientific and up-to-date wildfire hazard and risk assessment data set for the United States.

Precisely - Wildfire Risk Data

Data Overview

The model is based on Fire Behaviour analysis and accounts for physical, climatic, and man-made variables including fuel type (vegetation), fire intensity, ember impacts, burn probability, suppression factors, mitigation factors and high wind event areas as well as, insect impacts and community level attributes.

The net result is a set of uniquely generated FireShed polygons covering the United States with corresponding risk scores.

There are three distinct fire environments covered by the model

  1. Wildland
  2. Intermix and
  3. Interface.

Each of these areas has unique characteristics of structure density and fire behaviour, and therefore evaluated separately to increase the models accuracy.

All information is included at the address level using a unique identifier with additional proximity measurements to uncover further insight around structure specific risk.

Use cases

  • Assess wildfire risk exposure using a model that uniquely addresses the varying characteristics of each landscape
  • Maximise 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.
  • Visualise wildfire risk sheds for all 50 states

Cloud Region Availability

US West (Oregon)
Canada (Central)
US East (N. Virginia)
US East (Ohio)
US East (Commercial Gov - N. Virginia)
US Gov East 1 (Fedramp High Plus)
US Gov West 1
US Gov West 1 (DoD)
US Gov West 1 (Fedramp High Plus)
Asia Pacific (Jakarta)
Asia Pacific (Mumbai)
Asia Pacific (Osaka)
Asia Pacific (Seoul)
Asia Pacific (Singapore)
Asia Pacific (Sydney)
Asia Pacific (Tokyo)
EU (Frankfurt)
EU (Ireland)
EU (London)
EU (Stockholm)
EU (Zurich)
EU (Paris)
South America (São Paulo)

Canada Central (Toronto)
Central US (Iowa)
East US 2 (Virginia)
South Central US (Texas)
US Gov Virginia
US Gov Virginia (FedRAMP) High Plus
West US 2 (Washington)
Australia East (New South Wales)
Central India (Pune)
Japan East (Tokyo, Saitama)
Southeast Asia (Singapore)
UAE North (Dubai)
North Europe (Ireland)
Switzerland North (Zurich)
UK South (London)
West Europe (Netherlands)

US Central 1 (Iowa)
US East 4 (N. Virginia)
Europe West 2 (London)
Europe West 4 (Netherlands)






Paid (Trial available)

Geographic Coverage

United States (by N/A)


Business Needs

Asset Valuation

Economic Impact Analysis

Location Data Enrichment

Risk Analysis

Real World Data (RWD)

Asset Valuation



Understanding the potential risk posed to property and possessions allows for the appropriate valuation of those assets.
For Insurance use cases, understanding fire risk to a specific property is critical to both a properties value and the potential costs associated with fire damage.

Economic Impact Analysis



Wildfire damage can have a devastating effect on economies of various scales. Understand the potential impact on economies from the local to national level resulting from wildfire damage.

Location Data Enrichment



The Precisely Wildfire Risk data set can uniquely wildfire information to the individual address level. Enrich existing address lists using Precisely's Wildfire Risk in conjunction with the Precisely Address Fabric USA product.

Risk Analysis



Wildfire Risk enables companies to understand potential fire risk down to the individual address level. Used in conjunction with Precisely's Address Fabric product allows for the enrichment of in house addresses with specific wildfire risk attribution.

Insurance Risk: Incorporate Wildfire data when modeling risk levels for various insurance purposes.

Wildfire Protection Plans: Incorporate risk levels based on real world data in the creation of wildfire protection plans.

Emergency Response: Understand relative risk by location with respect to emergency response planning.

Real World Data (RWD)



Understand the relative threat to a location from wildfire based on real world data. This product contains data including: historical fire occurrence, topography, vegetation cover, moisture drying relative to sun exposure, forest cover details and more.