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Disclaimer


The "Wildfire Risk Assessment Portal" is a free, public resource provided by Situation Analyst Montana and created by Interra Group. The information is provided in good faith for general advisory information purposes only.  The information provided is an educational resource, and is not for commercial use.


THE MONTANA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION (DNRC) MAKES NO WARRANTIES OR GUARANTEES, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, AS TO THE COMPLETENESS, ACCURACY, OR CORRECTNESS OF THE DATA PORTRAYED IN THIS PRODUCT NOR ACCEPTS ANY LIABILITY ARISING FROM ANY INCORRECT, INCOMPLETE, OR MISLEADING INFORMATION CONTAINED THEREIN.  ALL INFORMATION, DATA AND DATABASES ARE PROVIDED “AS IS” WITH NO WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. 


By accessing this website and/or data contained within the databases, you hereby release the DNRC and the State of Montana, its employees, agents, contractors, and suppliers from any and all responsibility and liability associated with its use.  In no event shall the DNRC, the State of Montana, or its employees, agents, contractors, and suppliers be liable for any damages arising in any way from the use of this website, or use of the information contained in the databases herein including, but not limited to the Montana Wildfire Risk Assessment Portal.  


ANY ACTION YOU TAKE UPON THE INFORMATION YOU FIND ON THIS WEBSITE IS STRICTLY AT YOUR OWN RISK.


NOTE:

  • Property boundaries included do not represent an on-the-ground survey suitable for legal, engineering, or surveying purposes.  They represent only the approximate relative locations.
  • Wildfire mitigation is intended to reduce wildfire risk; not eliminate the risk of wildfire.  It is important to note that wildfires are a dynamic event influenced by several factors including weather (winds, relative humidity, temperature, atmospheric pressure, lightning, etc.) topography, fuels, human activity, response times and seasonal trends (i.e. drought.)  There will always be some risk of wildfire regardless of mitigation efforts and structural characteristics.
  • The risk assessment information for each property is public information and utilizes aspects of the National Fire Protection Association Standards for Reducing Structure Ignition Hazards from Wildland Fire (NFPA 1144, 2018).

If you require more information or have any questions about this site’s disclaimer, please feel free to contact the DNRC by email at dnrcfirerisk@mt.gov.


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