Total Price Loss Coverage payments in Contra Costa County, California totaled $45,064 in 2018

Counties in Contra Costa County, California Receiving Total Price Loss Coverage payments, 2018

Rank County Total Price Loss Coverage
2018
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Colusa County, California$13,804,43420.4%20.4%
2Glenn County, California$9,459,81113.9%34.3%
3Butte County, California$8,389,55312.4%46.7%
4Sutter County, California$6,117,6279.0%55.7%
5Tulare County, California$5,354,8257.9%63.6%
6Kings County, California$4,813,6997.1%70.7%
7Yolo County, California$2,904,5704.3%75.0%
8Imperial County, California$2,744,4934.0%79.0%
9Fresno County, California$1,936,4752.9%81.9%
10Kern County, California$1,746,9172.6%84.5%
11Merced County, California$1,701,9372.5%87.0%
12Stanislaus County, California$1,551,6422.3%89.3%
13Yuba County, California$1,284,3601.9%91.1%
14Siskiyou County, California$1,012,7271.5%92.6%
15Modoc County, California$973,9211.4%94.1%
16San Luis Obispo County, California$919,5671.4%95.4%
17Madera County, California$731,0421.1%96.5%
18Sacramento County, California$728,5251.1%97.6%
19Placer County, California$392,1580.6%98.2%
20Riverside County, California$309,9190.5%98.6%
21Monterey County, California$204,9470.3%98.9%
22Solano County, California$197,4910.3%99.2%
23Tehama County, California$182,0880.3%99.5%
24San Joaquin County, California$114,5990.2%99.7%
25Lassen County, California$114,4160.2%99.8%
26San Benito County, California$52,6390.1%99.9%
27Contra Costa County, California$45,0640.1%100.0%
28Alameda County, California$6,7540.0%100.0%
29Los Angeles County, California$6,1660.0%100.0%
30Shasta County, California$4,0040.0%100.0%
31Santa Clara County, California$3,7340.0%100.0%
32Sierra County, California$9690.0%100.0%
33Amador County, California$9570.0%100.0%
34Mono County, California$2590.0%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 October 31, 2019.

 

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