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Are you at Risk?
Wildland fires continue to threaten people and property across Colorado. Continued population growth into wildland-urban interface areas and an increasing frequency of elevated fire weather conditions present major challenges to Colorado residents. Heightened awareness of wildfire risk, prevention and mitigation are becoming increasingly important to ensure safety. The Colorado Wildfire Risk Assessment Portal provides access to information that describes wildland fire risk statewide.
Applications
Public Viewer
Identify your risk

Overview
The Public Viewer is a web-mapping application designed to let users zoom to a place of interest, explore map themes and identify wildfire risk for a specific location on the map. The featured tool in this application is called “What’s Your Risk?”. It allows users to identify specific risk levels within a 1/2-mile radius of a home, or any other point of interest on the map, and provides a link to additional resources for users wanting to know how to reduce their risk.

Professional Viewer
Support your fire protection plans

Overview
The Professional Viewer is a web-mapping application designed to support the community wildfire protection planning needs of government officials, hazard-mitigation planners and wildland fire professionals. This application contains advanced functionality and additional map themes as compared to the Public Viewer. The key features of this application include the capability to define a project area, generate a detailed risk summary report, and export and download wildfire risk GIS data. Access to the Professional Viewer requires a valid user account from the Colorado State Forest Service.

The information contained herein is provided as a public service and is for NONCOMMERCIAL PURPOSES ONLY, with the understanding that the Colorado State Forest Service and Colorado State University make no warranties, either expressed or implied, concerning the accuracy, completeness, reliability, or suitability of the information. Nor does the Colorado State Forest Service or Colorado State University warrant that the use of this information is free of any claims of copyright infringement. THE INFORMATION IS BEING PROVIDED "AS IS" AND WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND EITHER EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

Users also should note that property boundaries included in any product do not represent an on-the-ground survey suitable for legal, engineering, or surveying purposes. They represent only the approximate relative locations.

By accessing this website and/or data contained within the databases, you hereby release the Board of Governors of the Colorado State University System, Colorado State University and the Colorado State Forest Service, their employees, agents, contractors, and suppliers (collectively, “CSFS”) from any and all responsibility and liability associated with its use. In no event shall CSFS be liable for any damages arising in any way out of the use of the website, or use of the information contained in the databases herein including, but not limited to the Colorado Wildfire Risk Assessment products.

The user assumes the entire risk related to their use of this information, including but not limited to the Colorado State Wildfire Risk Assessment and either the published or derived products from these data. IN NO EVENT WILL CSFS BE LIABLE TO YOU OR TO ANY THIRD PARTY FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, SPECIAL OR EXEMPLARY DAMAGES OR LOST PROFIT RESULTING FROM ANY USE OR MISUSE OF THESE DATA, EVEN IF THE USER HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.

About the applications
The Colorado WRAP is the primary mechanism for the Colorado State Forest Service to deploy risk information and create awareness about wildfire issues across the state. It is comprised of a suite of applications tailored to support specific workflow and information requirements for the public, local community groups, private landowners, government officials, hazard-mitigation planners, and wildland fire managers. Collectively these applications will provide the baseline information needed to support mitigation and prevention efforts across the state.