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    fire_support_locations_pdx Unspecified 10/27/16 02:46 PM
    Hazardous Materials Sites Point features representing the locations of Extremely Hazardous Substances as defined in the Oregon State Fire Marshal's "Community Right to Know" program. In 1985, the Oregon Legislature passed the Oregon Community Right to Know (CR2K) and Protection Act. The purpose of this law is to provide first responders and the public with information about hazardous substances in their response areas and neighborhoods. The law directs the Office of State Fire Marshal to survey business and government facilities for information about the presence of hazardous substances and to collect information about incidents involving hazardous substances. The law further directs the OSFM to provide planning and training assistance to local jurisdictions on hazardous substance emergency response and preparedness. Hazard 12/26/18 05:00 PM
    Regional Fire Stations Point features representing the locations of fire stations in the Portland Metro region. Public Safety - Fire 12/15/16 05:24 AM
    Unsafe Buildings Unsafe Buildings per Portland Fire Rescue. Structures that due to their construction, use, or their state of maintenance; pose extraordinary hazards to emergency personnel. https://www.portlandoregon.gov/citycode/article/206532 Public Safety - Fire 04/23/19 04:34 PM
    Wildland Fire Hazard Zones Areas of elevated risk for wild land fires. Vegetation, Slope, and the ODF Fire Weather Hazard ratingwere the main factors used in the wildlands hazard zone analysis done in 2002using ArcGIS software. Developed Land designations were further used to refinethe product. Golf Courses and Industrial Zoned Lands were excluded. The finalanalysis was mapped to taxlot parcels where 50% or more of the taxlot andadjacent taxlots fell into the boundaries of the Wildland Hazard Zone.Additional custom edits were made based on visual inspections by Portland Fire Rescue. Hazard 12/20/18 03:18 PM