The purpose of the study is to evaluate the 227 plots' forest fire vulnerability zones and develop early warning systems before forest fires start. Three types of data (land type, soil type, and 2019 rainfall value) were combined to create the fire vulnerability map. For data validation, this study overlays and conducts field observations after using the scoring system to establish fire vulnerability factors. Forests made up 43.04% of the land types classified, followed by green space (52.59%), open space (4.26%), and structures (0.10%). When the annual rainfall is over 2100 mm, the results are 98.99% and 1.01%, respectively. All 227 plots have a soil-type dominance of andosols with a value of 100%. The fire vulnerability map that resulted from the three components was 43.04% (medium) and 56.96% (high). Forest fires happen in places where they are said to be fueled by outside influences. According to the findings of the mapping of forest fire vulnerability, plot 227 was where the 2019 fire spot was located.