NFIRS 5.0 Element: ‘Tax Paying Acres Burned Percentage (%)’
Definition : The percent of the total acres burned for properties managed by Tax Paying Private entity.
Purpose : The number of acres burned by property ownership is of significant value to local fire departments as well as to State and Federal wildland agencies. It provides a means to determine the frequency and impact of fire on property managers, especially major holders of land, such as ranchers, lumber and paper companies, agricultural producers, and Federal and State governments. This information also can help target fire protection programs at entities having the greatest risk or loss potential.
Entry : Indicate the percent of the total acres burned for each type of ownership involved, then check or mark the box that best describes the principle entity responsible for the property where the fire originated. If responsibility cannot be determined or is unknown, check or mark the Undetermined box.
|Element Type||Numeric – Integer numbers (no decimal points). If the user has not provided information, an empty field should be transmitted. All integer values are assumed to be positive. Any fields which allow a negative integer value have been denoted with ‘+ or –’ in the comment field. Negative numbers should be transmitted with the minus sign preceding the digits. – Maximum length 3 characters|
Transactions containing ‘Tax Paying Acres Burned Percentage (%)’
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Last Updated on May 9, 2023