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Median home values and number of homes in high wildfire hazard areas. 140 sq. km hexagonal grid cells are colored according to the median property value in high wildfire hazard areas in the cell. Grid cell height is based on the number of properties in high fire hazard areas in each cell. Grid cells are omitted from the map if there are no high wildfire hazard properties within the cell. Bar charts on the right plot the number of grid cells in each property value decile category on the map (upper bar chart) and the average number of properties per grid cell by property value decile. Most of the overall area facing high wildfire hazard comprises areas with relatively low property values (upper bar chart); nevertheless, property values are higher than average in high wildfire hazard areas because high property value high fire hazard areas are relatively high density (lower bar chart).

Median home values and number of homes in high wildfire hazard areas. 140 sq. km hexagonal grid cells are colored according to the median property value in high wildfire hazard areas in the cell. Grid cell height is based on the number of properties in high fire hazard areas in each cell. Grid cells are omitted from the map if there are no high wildfire hazard properties within the cell. Bar charts on the right plot the number of grid cells in each property value decile category on the map (upper bar chart) and the average number of properties per grid cell by property value decile. Most of the overall area facing high wildfire hazard comprises areas with relatively low property values (upper bar chart); nevertheless, property values are higher than average in high wildfire hazard areas because high property value high fire hazard areas are relatively high density (lower bar chart).

Median home values and number of homes in high wildfire hazard areas. 140 sq. km hexagonal grid cells are colored according to the median property value in high wildfire hazard areas in the cell. Grid cell height is based on the number of properties in high fire hazard areas in each cell. Grid cells are omitted from the map if there are no high wildfire hazard properties within the cell. Bar charts on the right plot the number of grid cells in each property value decile category on the map (upper bar chart) and the average number of properties per grid cell by property value decile. Most of the overall area facing high wildfire hazard comprises areas with relatively low property values (upper bar chart); nevertheless, property values are higher than average in high wildfire hazard areas because high property value high fire hazard areas are relatively high density (lower bar chart).

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