The SB 360 Searchable Database allows anyone to look up properties located in forestland-urban interface areas. These properties are located in areas where wildfires are likely to occur, and landowners are required, by state law, to reduce potentially flammable vegetation around residences and other structures.
Required vegetation treatments are detailed in the Oregon Forestland-Urban Interface Fire Protection Act, commonly referred to as SB 360. In most cases, landowners in southwest Oregon are required to reduce flammable vegetation within 50 feet of a structure.
Once treatments are complete, landowners are advised to return a self-certification form, confirming compliance with the state's fuel reduction requirements. The certification form protects a landowner from being billed for certain fire suppression costs should a fire ignite on the property.