Current Table

Number Of Residences At Wildfire Risk By State, 2019 (1)

 

  Risk (2)
State Low Moderate High Extreme
Arizona 2,143,760 9,590 36,811 34,941
California  8,896,509 138,821 405,715 240,580
Colorado 1,674,723 33,461 91,026 113,002
Idaho 531,676 10,752 31,195 37,624
Montana 304,960 9,820 24,147 28,955
New Mexico 553,918 9,287 42,843 38,101
Nevada  939,019 1,104 7,998 6,989
Oklahoma 1,310,426 284 383 172
Oregon 1,191,803 21,642 57,083 74,703
Texas 7,836,840 73,957 195,366 174,038
Utah 779,926 8,969 13,863 3,563
Washington 2,359,166 7,690 15,510 18,508
Wyoming 193,790 1,461 2,683 4,928

(1) Single- and multi-family residences.
(2) Residences at extreme risk are most likely to sustain damage or be destroyed because they are within or close to high-risk fuel locations where high intensity wildfires occur. Residences in low to high risk areas are further away from wildland fuels but are vulnerable to ember ignitions.

Source: CoreLogic®, a property data and analytics company.