Current Table

Structure Fires, 2007-2016 (1)
Year Number of fires Year Number of fires
2007 530,500 2012 480,500
2008 515,000 2013 487,500
2009 480,500 2014 494,000
2010 482,000 2015 501,500
2011 484,500 2016 475,500

(1) Estimates based on data reported by fire departments responding to the 2016 National Fire Experience Survey. May exclude reports from all fire departments.

Source: Reproduced with permission from Fire Loss in the United States During 2016 by Hylton J.G. Haynes, ©National Fire Protection Association. www.nfpa.org.

 
STRUCTURE FIRES, 1999-2008 (1)
Year Number of fires Year Number of fires
1999 523,000 2004 526,000
2000 505,500 2005 511,000
2001 521,500 2006 524,000
2002 519,000 2007 530,500
2003 519,500 2008 515,000

(1) Includes public assembly, educational, institutional and residential structures, stores and offices, industry, utility, defense, storage and special structures.

Source: National Fire Protection Association.

 
STRUCTURE FIRES, 2000-2009 (1)
Year Number of fires Year Number of fires
2000 505,500 2005 511,000
2001 521,500 2006 524,000
2002 519,000 2007 530,500
2003 519,500 2008 515,000
2004 526,000 2009 480,500

(1) Includes public assembly, educational, institutional and residential structures, stores and offices, industry, utility, defense, storage and special structures.

Source: National Fire Protection Association.

 
STRUCTURE FIRES, 2001-2010 (1)
Year Number of fires Year Number of fires
2001 521,500 2006 524,000
2002 519,000 2007 530,500
2003 519,500 2008 515,000
2004 526,000 2009 480,500
2005 511,000 2010 482,000

(1) Includes public assembly, educational, institutional and residential structures, stores and offices, industry, utility, defense, storage and special structures.

Source: National Fire Protection Association.

 
STRUCTURE FIRES, 2002-2011 (1)
Year Number of fires Year Number of fires
2002 519,000 2007 530,500
2003 519,500 2008 515,000
2004 526,000 2009 480,500
2005 511,000 2010 482,000
2006 524,000 2011 484,500

(1) Includes public assembly, educational, institutional and residential structures, stores and offices, industry, utility, defense, storage and special structures.

Source: National Fire Protection Association.

 
STRUCTURE FIRES, 2003-2012 (1)
Year Number of fires Year Number of fires
2003 519,500 2008 515,000
2004 526,000 2009 480,500
2005 511,000 2010 482,000
2006 524,000 2011 484,500
2007 530,500 2012 480,500

(1) Includes public assembly, educational, institutional and residential structures, stores and
offices, industry, utility, defense, storage and special structures.

Source: National Fire Protection Association.

 
STRUCTURE FIRES, 2004-2013 (1)
Year Number of fires Year Number of fires
2004 526,000 2009 480,500
2005 511,000 2010 482,000
2006 524,000 2011 484,500
2007 530,500 2012 480,500
2008 515,000 2013 487,500

(1) Includes public assembly, educational, institutional and residential structures, stores and offices, industry, utility, defense, storage and special structures.

Source: 2012-2013 data reproduced with permission from Fire Loss in the United States During 2013 by Michael J. Karter, Jr., ©National Fire Protection Association; earlier data from prior reports. www.nfpa.org/research/reports-and-statistics.

 
Structure Fires, 2005-2014 (1)
Year Number of fires Year Number of fires
2005 511,000 2010 482,000
2006 524,000 2011 484,500
2007 530,500 2012 480,500
2008 515,000 2013 487,500
2009 480,500 2014 494,000

(1) Includes public assembly, educational, institutional and residential structures, stores and offices, industry, utility, defense, storage and special structures.

Source: Reproduced with permission from Fire Loss in the United States During 2014 by Hylton J.G. Haynes, ©National Fire Protection Association. www.nfpa.org/research/reports-and-statistics.

 
Structure Fires, 2006-2015 (1)
Year Number of fires Year Number of fires
2006 524,000 2011 484,500
2007 530,500 2012 480,500
2008 515,000 2013 487,500
2009 480,500 2014 494,000
2010 482,000 2015 501,500

Source: Reproduced with permission from Fire Loss in the United States During 2015 by Hylton J.G. Haynes, ©National Fire Protection Association. www.nfpa.org/research/reports-and-statistics.