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Developing a Spatial Fire Planning Transition Strategy for an Administrative Unit

The Data Manager needs to develop a transition strategy for their administrative unit that may include the following tasks:

When you choose to keep your old FMU shape layer, the old FMU codes become SO codes and can’t be edited. To update the codes, the shape layer needs to be submitted to the WFDSS Data Team Contact who reloads the shape into WFDSS with new/updated SO codes in its attribute table.

When new Strategic Objective shapes are required, prepare the Strategic Objective shape layer, associated codes, and then provide the spatial data to your agency's WFDSS Data Team Contact who:

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Planning Processes

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Planning Processes available in WFDSS

Determining if an Administrative Unit is ready to switch to Spatial Fire Planning (SFP)

How Spatial Fire Planning differs from the FMU Planning Process

What happens when I select the Spatial Fire Planning Proces on the Data Management tab?

Preparing for the switch to Spatial Fire Planning (SFP)

Spatial Fire Planning

Spatial Fire Planning (SFP) Considerations


Field Descriptions

Glossary Resources

Spatial Data Reference

Landscape Data Source Reference

Relative Risk Reference

Organization Assessment Reference

Fire Behavior Reference

About the WFDSS Decision Editors