Misc. Disaster Payments in California totaled $770 million from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in California Receiving Misc. Disaster Payments payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Misc. Disaster Payments
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Tulare County, California$117,956,67715.3%15.3%
2San Joaquin County, California$68,866,9848.9%24.3%
3Fresno County, California$68,858,3708.9%33.2%
4Kern County, California$61,706,1198.0%41.2%
5San Luis Obispo County, California$38,222,9825.0%46.2%
6Sutter County, California$31,059,6734.0%50.2%
7Tehama County, California$25,480,6963.3%53.5%
8Butte County, California$25,035,4493.3%56.8%
9Merced County, California$24,255,7243.1%59.9%
10Glenn County, California$23,695,8903.1%63.0%
11Ventura County, California$22,820,4143.0%66.0%
12Madera County, California$21,744,8922.8%68.8%
13Stanislaus County, California$20,451,8432.7%71.4%
14Monterey County, California$20,436,4572.7%74.1%
15Santa Barbara County, California$15,288,1562.0%76.1%
16Colusa County, California$14,201,1421.8%77.9%
17Yolo County, California$13,861,8591.8%79.7%
18Yuba County, California$11,700,9731.5%81.2%
19Mendocino County, California$10,382,8591.3%82.6%
20Sonoma County, California$9,655,9841.3%83.8%
21Kings County, California$9,631,4531.3%85.1%
22Solano County, California$8,285,2581.1%86.2%
23Humboldt County, California$7,871,7221.0%87.2%
24San Benito County, California$7,766,1901.0%88.2%
25Siskiyou County, California$7,308,8340.9%89.1%
26San Diego County, California$6,339,1800.8%90.0%
27Riverside County, California$5,984,3370.8%90.7%
28Sacramento County, California$5,668,9080.7%91.5%
29Alameda County, California$5,420,0710.7%92.2%
30Modoc County, California$5,303,9260.7%92.9%
31Lake County, California$5,284,3470.7%93.6%
32Santa Cruz County, California$4,892,1640.6%94.2%
33Contra Costa County, California$4,527,1730.6%94.8%
34Lassen County, California$4,286,1830.6%95.3%
35Napa County, California$4,232,0140.5%95.9%
36Santa Clara County, California$3,666,1590.5%96.4%
37San Bernardino County, California$3,520,1880.5%96.8%
38Shasta County, California$3,311,5430.4%97.3%
39Placer County, California$2,374,1570.3%97.6%
40Marin County, California$2,311,7320.3%97.9%
41Orange County, California$2,087,7250.3%98.1%
42Mariposa County, California$2,083,3670.3%98.4%
43El Dorado County, California$2,019,7550.3%98.7%
44San Mateo County, California$1,949,9700.3%98.9%
45Imperial County, California$1,726,0990.2%99.1%
46Los Angeles County, California$1,307,9510.2%99.3%
47Mono County, California$1,099,0640.1%99.5%
48Plumas County, California$990,0430.1%99.6%
49Calaveras County, California$985,1810.1%99.7%
50Tuolumne County, California$723,6770.1%99.8%
51Sierra County, California$515,1400.1%99.9%
52Inyo County, California$326,1850.0%99.9%
53Amador County, California$185,7950.0%99.9%
54Nevada County, California$178,9610.0%100.0%
55Trinity County, California$159,8110.0%100.0%
56Del Norte County, California$103,8580.0%100.0%
57Alpine County, California$10,1720.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2020 includes payments made by USDA through June 30, 2020 and does not include crop insurance premium subsidies.

 

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