Please note: This map is for preliminary feedback solicitation purposes only. The susceptibility scores and map layers displayed below are preliminary and lack critical lidar-derived modeling and layers, as well as information detailing the contributing factors to the score.
Explore this map to find out how susceptible an area is to landslides and what factors are contributing that risk.
How to interpret a score
Areas with the highest scores (shown in red) are most at risk of a landslide if a triggering event occurs– like sustained torrential rain, high winds, or an earthquake.
Engineers and planners can better understand the nature of the risk in an area and how to mitigate it by looking at the factors that contribute most significantly to the score.
How to use the map
Click and drag on the map to reposition the view and find an area you're interested in. Use the "+" and "-" buttons in the top right to zoom in and out. Click on a colored area to see that area's susceptibility score. Scroll on the legend to the right to see all the layers available.
Want to learn more about how data is collected and scores are calculated?