The National Risk Index is an interactive mapping tool that visualizes areas of the United States most at risk of natural hazards. Data is viewable at the county and Census tract level. In addition to the Risk Index, data on expected annual losses due to natural hazards, social vulnerability (the susceptibility of groups to natural hazards), and community resilience measures (the ability to prepare for, withstand, and recover from natural hazards) are included in the map. This information could be helpful in identifying, preparing for and mitigating risk/loss from natural hazards at all levels of geography.
Geographic coverage: Nation, County, Census tract