Subtotal, Disaster Payments in Alameda County, California totaled $12.9 million from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in Alameda County, California Receiving Subtotal, Disaster Payments payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Subtotal, Disaster Payments
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Tulare County, California$151,062,71512.1%12.1%
2Kern County, California$88,325,4227.0%19.1%
3Fresno County, California$86,466,6716.9%26.0%
4San Joaquin County, California$81,442,8286.5%32.5%
5San Luis Obispo County, California$65,081,1905.2%37.7%
6Merced County, California$46,376,4153.7%41.4%
7Tehama County, California$43,429,8983.5%44.9%
8Stanislaus County, California$37,536,9223.0%47.9%
9Sutter County, California$37,516,8983.0%50.9%
10Glenn County, California$35,627,1362.8%53.7%
11Butte County, California$33,725,1902.7%56.4%
12Madera County, California$32,207,6432.6%59.0%
13Ventura County, California$31,438,5932.5%61.5%
14Monterey County, California$30,204,8702.4%63.9%
15Santa Barbara County, California$27,011,6342.2%66.0%
16Modoc County, California$26,248,0892.1%68.1%
17Sonoma County, California$22,330,0231.8%69.9%
18Yolo County, California$21,097,5161.7%71.6%
19Humboldt County, California$20,999,0411.7%73.3%
20Lassen County, California$20,869,9951.7%74.9%
21Siskiyou County, California$20,424,0831.6%76.6%
22Colusa County, California$20,192,2181.6%78.2%
23Solano County, California$18,226,2931.5%79.6%
24Mendocino County, California$18,010,2661.4%81.1%
25Imperial County, California$17,493,9331.4%82.5%
26Kings County, California$17,053,0011.4%83.8%
27Yuba County, California$15,854,5751.3%85.1%
28San Benito County, California$15,496,6041.2%86.3%
29Riverside County, California$13,538,3341.1%87.4%
30Alameda County, California$12,931,5041.0%88.4%
31Mariposa County, California$12,029,3861.0%89.4%
32Sacramento County, California$11,209,8260.9%90.3%
33Contra Costa County, California$9,897,0590.8%91.1%
34San Diego County, California$9,637,9160.8%91.8%
35Shasta County, California$8,661,6630.7%92.5%
36San Bernardino County, California$8,406,8110.7%93.2%
37Lake County, California$8,392,6310.7%93.9%
38Calaveras County, California$7,691,9220.6%94.5%
39Napa County, California$7,516,9520.6%95.1%
40Santa Clara County, California$7,510,2890.6%95.7%
41Marin County, California$6,274,4050.5%96.2%
42Mono County, California$6,208,5570.5%96.7%
43Santa Cruz County, California$5,669,1490.5%97.1%
44Tuolumne County, California$5,079,1280.4%97.5%
45Inyo County, California$4,085,0940.3%97.9%
46Plumas County, California$4,075,8640.3%98.2%
47Placer County, California$3,886,8200.3%98.5%
48El Dorado County, California$3,572,0860.3%98.8%
49Amador County, California$3,380,1820.3%99.1%
50Sierra County, California$3,162,0580.3%99.3%
51Los Angeles County, California$2,501,5190.2%99.5%
52Orange County, California$2,259,1470.2%99.7%
53San Mateo County, California$2,220,4280.2%99.9%
54Trinity County, California$552,0880.0%99.9%
55Nevada County, California$511,6990.0%100.0%
56Del Norte County, California$380,9650.0%100.0%
57Alpine County, California$165,6110.0%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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