Built on an NNA planning project, the principal objective of this 4-year FIREWALL project is to develop an interactive risk-informed decision-making platform that holistically integrates (1) vegetation regimes and short-term fire behavior on the Alaskan landscape (natural environment), (2) Alaska’s electricity network preparedness and response before, during, and following wildfires (built environment), and (3) health and social vulnerability of local communities and individuals in the Arctic (social environment). This synergistic approach aims to build trust and empower the Arctic communities, electric utilities, emergency responders, and health organizations with a collaborative capacity to conjoin resources and exchange information for enhanced situational awareness and improved resilience against wildfires.