Check out the wildfire risk at your Oregon property. Building codes and other requirements may depend on it

Fred and Sue Trumel, who left their home near Lyon, were thankful for an emergency call before they fell in love with the fire. This is exactly what they saw in their house.

More than 120,000 tax lots across Oregon are in areas prone to wildfires and are considered “extremely” or “extremely” at risk of burns, a new state map was released Thursday.

More to the owners, some 80,000 of these properties may face the requirements of the new building code and the obligation to clean existing homes and structures for combustible plants.

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