Misc. Disaster Payments in Alabama totaled $282 million from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Alabama Receiving Misc. Disaster Payments payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Misc. Disaster Payments
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Houston County, Alabama$42,654,25815.1%15.1%
2Geneva County, Alabama$21,473,2217.6%22.7%
3Coffee County, Alabama$17,877,9696.3%29.0%
4Henry County, Alabama$14,651,9185.2%34.2%
5Baldwin County, Alabama$9,402,5493.3%37.6%
6Autauga County, Alabama$9,004,8353.2%40.7%
7Escambia County, Alabama$8,975,0403.2%43.9%
8Covington County, Alabama$8,168,7042.9%46.8%
9Limestone County, Alabama$7,931,1382.8%49.6%
10Dale County, Alabama$7,798,8942.8%52.4%
11Madison County, Alabama$7,511,7632.7%55.1%
12Monroe County, Alabama$7,402,2212.6%57.7%
13Barbour County, Alabama$7,097,1722.5%60.2%
14Chilton County, Alabama$6,923,4822.5%62.6%
15Pike County, Alabama$6,839,4802.4%65.1%
16Dallas County, Alabama$6,588,7092.3%67.4%
17Cullman County, Alabama$5,574,6922.0%69.4%
18Perry County, Alabama$4,822,2631.7%71.1%
19Mobile County, Alabama$4,613,9391.6%72.7%
20Lawrence County, Alabama$4,486,1421.6%74.3%
21Jackson County, Alabama$4,003,4781.4%75.7%
22DeKalb County, Alabama$3,866,7831.4%77.1%
23Cherokee County, Alabama$3,554,6671.3%78.3%
24Lauderdale County, Alabama$3,199,6091.1%79.5%
25Colbert County, Alabama$2,928,8681.0%80.5%
26Elmore County, Alabama$2,916,6421.0%81.5%
27Bullock County, Alabama$2,787,4731.0%82.5%
28Randolph County, Alabama$2,769,4351.0%83.5%
29Hale County, Alabama$2,412,1900.9%84.4%
30Talladega County, Alabama$2,408,2870.9%85.2%
31Wilcox County, Alabama$2,368,7160.8%86.1%
32Butler County, Alabama$2,266,6830.8%86.9%
33Blount County, Alabama$2,251,2530.8%87.7%
34Montgomery County, Alabama$2,150,2310.8%88.4%
35Lowndes County, Alabama$2,098,0660.7%89.2%
36Conecuh County, Alabama$2,086,7050.7%89.9%
37Clay County, Alabama$2,068,9610.7%90.6%
38Crenshaw County, Alabama$1,914,2930.7%91.3%
39Marengo County, Alabama$1,650,7930.6%91.9%
40Marshall County, Alabama$1,608,2900.6%92.5%
41Russell County, Alabama$1,603,7690.6%93.0%
42Morgan County, Alabama$1,514,2610.5%93.6%
43Macon County, Alabama$1,503,1110.5%94.1%
44Lee County, Alabama$1,486,1480.5%94.6%
45Chambers County, Alabama$1,342,3720.5%95.1%
46Fayette County, Alabama$1,152,9040.4%95.5%
47Tuscaloosa County, Alabama$1,062,8100.4%95.9%
48Calhoun County, Alabama$982,1280.3%96.2%
49Franklin County, Alabama$838,0640.3%96.5%
50Pickens County, Alabama$811,6300.3%96.8%
51Sumter County, Alabama$736,0550.3%97.1%
52Cleburne County, Alabama$725,9770.3%97.3%
53Marion County, Alabama$725,2450.3%97.6%
54Bibb County, Alabama$717,6500.3%97.9%
55Lamar County, Alabama$686,8280.2%98.1%
56Washington County, Alabama$665,6210.2%98.3%
57Greene County, Alabama$637,5390.2%98.6%
58Tallapoosa County, Alabama$631,9850.2%98.8%
59Clarke County, Alabama$624,4560.2%99.0%
60Shelby County, Alabama$610,8830.2%99.2%
61Etowah County, Alabama$590,5280.2%99.4%
62Walker County, Alabama$567,8390.2%99.6%
63Choctaw County, Alabama$329,0680.1%99.7%
64Jefferson County, Alabama$323,6260.1%99.9%
65Saint Clair County, Alabama$284,6960.1%100.0%
66Coosa County, Alabama$71,2380.0%100.0%
67Winston County, Alabama$32,6020.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2019 is incomplete and only includes Market Facilitation Program payments made between January 1, 2019 and April 30, 2019.

 

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