Thank you for your interest in this important research.
EurekaFacts is carrying out an important study on behalf of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA).
We are working with NFPA to create effective messages about wildfire risk reduction measures, also known as “wildfire mitigations”. To do so, more information is needed about your municipality’s experience with the implementation of wildfire mitigation, prevention measures, communication efforts to residents, and obstacles to effective wildfire mitigation.
The survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete.
All responses are confidential, and any information reported will be in combination with other responses.
By clicking on the “Start Survey” button you are confirming that you register your consent to participate in this research study. Click below to start the survey and enter your personalized code when prompted.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Who is EurekaFacts?
EurekaFacts is a local market research firm located in Rockville, MD. Our goal is to make a positive impact on our community by supporting data-driven decisions made by our clients. We were selected by NFPA to conduct this study about stakeholder perceptions on wildfire mitigations.
What is the purpose of the study?
NFPA wants to understand your experience with implementing mitigations in order to create impactful messages for residents in wildfire-prone areas. Additionally, NFPA wants to know about your experience implementing wildfire mitigations and motivating homeowners to mitigate. You provide valuable feedback that will help inform NFPA on how to create the best possible marketing campaign to save lives.
How was I selected for this study?
You’ve been specifically chosen as someone from whom we’d like to hear. You were selected to represent the many government stakeholders in wildfire prone regions.
Will my information be kept confidential?
All responses are kept completely confidential. At no time will any identifiable information be linked to any of your answers. All information collected through our research process is grouped and reported anonymously. NFPA will not have access to your individual responses.