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Wildland Urban Interface

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In Session 4 of the "Wildfires – How to Preserve and Protect Housing" work group, speakers discussed how density can be added to our communities while also adding protection to homes and neighborhoods

In Session 3 of the "Wildfires – How to Preserve and Protect Housing" work group, the Office of Planning and Research (OPR) started the session with an overview of new state requirements on evacuation

In Session 2 of the "Wildfires – How to Preserve and Protect Housing" work group, speakers provided a deep dive into defensible space and home hardening including information on current science and

In Session 1 of the "Wildfires – How to Preserve and Protect Housing" work group, experts set the stage with an overview of the evolution of wildfires and the need for new tools, systems and

This work group provides resources for local planning and housing staff working to integrate wildfire and housing issues in local land use planning efforts like the Housing and Safety Element updates

The Wildland Urban Interface (WUI) depicts the area where human-made structures and infrastructure are found in or adjacent to areas prone to wildfire.