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3206 Birchdale Sq, Woodbridge, VA 22193

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Flood Risk Overview

Does this property have risk?

Flood Risk Level:

Low

1/10

No, based on this property’s projected likelihood and depth of flooding reaching the building, it has a Minimal Flood Factor®.

Community Risk

Is my community at risk?

Prince William County

Flood risk

Residential

Minor Risk

4,817

out of

130,348

homes

Road

Moderate Risk

392

out of

3,227

miles of roads

Commercial

Minor Risk

266

out of

3,537

commercial properties

Critical Infrastructure

Major Risk

12

out of

47

infrastructure facilities

Social Facilities

Moderate Risk

34

out of

369

social facilities

Overall,

Prince William County

has a

moderate risk of flooding

over the next 30 years, which means flooding is likely to impact day-to-day life within the community. This is based on the level of risk the properties face rather than the proportion of properties with risk. In addition to damage on residential properties, flooding can also cut off access to utilities, emergency services, and transportation, and may impact the overall economic well-being of an area.

Minor

Moderate

Major

Severe

Extreme

Damage Estimates

What could get damaged?

3206 BIRCHDALE SQ, WOODBRIDGE, VA 22193

Building Details

Square Footage:

1,296

Basement:

Yes

First Floor Elevation:

4 ft

Risk of Damage:

No

Based on the risk of water reaching the building and the building characteristics, this property has risk of damage from flooding. You can view costs estimates and time to repair for various flood scenarios in the flood consequences section which also helps you understand how likely each scenario is to occur.

What you need to know

Flood risk is rising

Flooding is the country’s most common natural disaster. By some measures, 7 out of every 10 natural disasters in the U.S. are flood-related.

The Heartland is experiencing more and heavier rainstorms. That increases the chances for flooding.

What you can do

Protect your home from flooding

There are many low-cost steps you can take to prevent or reduce flood damage. Other steps will help you recover more quickly after a flood. Many of the projects can be completed in a day. For example, you can:

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Install downspout extenders

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Seal cracks in foundation walls

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Collect and safely store important documents

Recover more quickly with flood insurance

If you do not have flood insurance, you are at risk of having to pay for flood-related damage out of pocket. Find out what flood insurance covers and how to get an affordable plan. Flood insurance will help you fully recover after a flood.

Prepare your home and family

In a major storm, you might lose power and access to clean water. Roads may close. Create a shelter-in-place kit. You can use its contents to stay safe and comfortable until power is restored or help arrives.

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Fire Risk Overview

Does this property have risk?

Fire Risk Level:

Low

1/10

No, based on this property’s distance to wildfire risk areas and burnable vegetation, it has a Minimal Fire Factor®.

Community Risk

Is my community at risk?

Prince William County

Wildfire Risk

Residential

Minor Risk

92,833

out of

130,352

homes

Commercial

Minor Risk

1,732

out of

3,537

commercial properties

Critical Infrastructure

Minor Risk

128

out of

193

infrastructure facilities

Social Facilities

Moderate Risk

247

out of

369

social facilities

Overall,

Prince William County

has a

minor risk of being impacted by wildfire

over the next 30 years. In addition to damage on residential properties, wildfires can also cut off access to utilities, emergency services, impact evacuation routes, and may impact the overall economic well-being of an area.

Minor

Moderate

Major

Severe

Extreme

Area Vulnerability

What makes an area vulnerable?

Understanding how wildfires begin and how they spread and your area risks can help you better protect your property from nearby risks and damage. The below are key things that make areas vulnerable to wildfire.

Vegetation and fuel sources

The type of fuels sourcing a fire can have an impact on how intense it can get and how quickly it can spread. While dry grass can catch fire and spread quickly with high winds, extremely intense fires tend to build more in dry dense vegetation areas where treetop canopies can cast embers miles away.

Possible ignition sources

Fire Factor takes into account fire risks from electric transmission lines and also uses historic data to determine where human-caused fires are more likely, and areas prone to lightning strikes.

Topography and weather

Topography refers to the surface features of land. It includes the mountains, hills, creeks, and other bumps. After a fire begins, the topography of the land and the weather work together to determine how far and fast fires spread. Fires generally climb uphill and more intense winds can spread a fire more quickly and carry embers further.

What you need to know

Fire risk is rising

Flooding is the country’s most common natural disaster. By some measures, 7 out of every 10 natural disasters in the U.S. are flood-related.

The Heartland is experiencing more and heavier rainstorms. That increases the chances for flooding.

What you can do

Protect your home from fire

There are many low-cost steps you can take to prevent or reduce flood damage. Other steps will help you recover more quickly after a flood. Many of the projects can be completed in a day. For example, you can:

Rain Gutter Icon - Cyan circle with white rain gutter icon inside

Install downspout extenders

Cracked Foundation Icon - Cyan circle with white house with cracked foundation icon inside

Seal cracks in foundation walls

Salvaging Family Treasures Icon - Cyan circle with white safe icon inside

Collect and safely store important documents

Recover more quickly with fire insurance

If you do not have fire insurance, you are at risk of having to pay for fire-related damage out of pocket. Find out what fire insurance covers and how to get an affordable plan. Fire insurance will help you fully recover after a fire.

Prepare your home and family

In a major storm, you might lose power and access to clean water. Roads may close. Create a shelter-in-place kit. You can use its contents to stay safe and comfortable until power is restored or help arrives.

Who Can Help

More Information
More Information
More Information
See all Arkansas Organizations
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