March 13, 2018 | IN Press Releases

HazardHub announces massive hazard risk data updates and additions

SAN DIEGO CA – HazardHub, the nation’s fastest-growing supplier of geospatial risk data, has announced their Spring 2018 data release. HazardHub now tracks 46 different risks with more than 225 different data fields.

Brady Foust, Chief Science Officer of HazardHub states, “Our team has been working diligently to provide our customers with both updated data and brand new data elements that no other hazard provider maintains. We’ve developed the best, most comprehensive and detailed, set of hazard risk data available. We’re thrilled to provide this update.”

New Datasets include –


  • Underground Storage Tanks – Nearest UST, Number of tanks at the nearest facility, number of tanks within ¼, ½ and 1 Mile Radius
  • Toxic Release Facilities – Name and Location, Industry Type, Chemicals Stored, Carcinogen Y/N
  • Nearest THREE Fire Stations – Adding in nearest 2nd and 3rd Fire Station from a location.
  • Premium Tax Boundaries – Automatically calculate the tax zone for states with and Insurance Premium Tax
  • Municipal Boundary – Is the property in a municipality? What’s the name and type of municipality?
  • Nuclear Facilities – Distance to the nearest facility. Name of Facility. Number of Reactors.
  • Volcano – Nearest Volcano, Volcano Status, Volcano Type
  • Drug & Alcohol Deaths – Number of deaths, number of deaths per 100K people, Drug & Alcohol grade
  • Alaska and Hawaii – our database is now a complete, national file


Existing datasets that have been updated include –


  • HazardHub Flood
  • HazardHub Fire Stations
  • HazardHub Wildfire Risks
  • Drought
  • Convective Storms
  • Straight Line Wind
  • Damaging Hail
  • Tornado
  • Lightning Strikes

Bob Frady, CEO of HazardHub, adds “We’re thrilled to release the nation’s most comprehensive source of hazard risk data ever available. HazardHub is blazing away at developing new and innovative data assets that provide unprecedented insight to the risks around any property – both commercial and residential – in the country. This data release keeps with our mission to turn the hazard data industry on its’ ear by continually developing new and innovative data sources.Any risk manager who wants to know the full story in their property should be working with HazardHub. We welcome companies that share of thirst for innovation.”

The new data is immediately available to users of  HazardHub’s API at Anyone interested in a free, limited inquiry API connection can sign up at


When you NEED great data, call HazardHub.