Subtotal, Disaster Payments in Sonoma County, California totaled $17.6 million from 1995-2017.

Counties in Sonoma County, California Receiving Subtotal, Disaster Payments payments, 1995-2017

Rank County Subtotal, Disaster Payments
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Tulare County, California$148,912,36712.5%12.5%
2Kern County, California$86,578,9147.3%19.8%
3Fresno County, California$85,089,5217.2%27.0%
4San Joaquin County, California$80,682,1636.8%33.8%
5San Luis Obispo County, California$62,676,6845.3%39.1%
6Merced County, California$46,217,2033.9%43.0%
7Tehama County, California$43,336,6923.6%46.6%
8Sutter County, California$37,372,7123.1%49.7%
9Stanislaus County, California$36,815,3793.1%52.8%
10Glenn County, California$35,079,4693.0%55.8%
11Butte County, California$32,705,0162.8%58.6%
12Madera County, California$31,120,7542.6%61.2%
13Monterey County, California$29,410,4312.5%63.7%
14Santa Barbara County, California$24,931,7082.1%65.8%
15Modoc County, California$23,329,0872.0%67.7%
16Ventura County, California$21,261,2951.8%69.5%
17Lassen County, California$20,245,8081.7%71.2%
18Colusa County, California$19,695,0631.7%72.9%
19Humboldt County, California$19,608,0691.7%74.5%
20Yolo County, California$18,857,1521.6%76.1%
21Siskiyou County, California$18,496,0511.6%77.7%
22Sonoma County, California$17,614,7181.5%79.1%
23Solano County, California$17,464,4371.5%80.6%
24Kings County, California$16,430,2001.4%82.0%
25Yuba County, California$15,650,5991.3%83.3%
26San Benito County, California$15,064,3491.3%84.6%
27Imperial County, California$14,352,9541.2%85.8%
28Mendocino County, California$13,891,1981.2%87.0%
29Riverside County, California$12,625,2301.1%88.0%
30Alameda County, California$12,519,5721.1%89.1%
31Sacramento County, California$10,457,7790.9%90.0%
32Mariposa County, California$10,249,0890.9%90.8%
33Contra Costa County, California$9,658,3580.8%91.6%
34Shasta County, California$8,661,6630.7%92.4%
35San Bernardino County, California$7,991,0410.7%93.0%
36San Diego County, California$7,575,7250.6%93.7%
37Calaveras County, California$7,222,5390.6%94.3%
38Santa Clara County, California$7,073,6550.6%94.9%
39Marin County, California$6,199,0480.5%95.4%
40Mono County, California$5,944,7410.5%95.9%
41Santa Cruz County, California$5,364,5980.5%96.4%
42Tuolumne County, California$4,986,1570.4%96.8%
43Lake County, California$4,638,4400.4%97.2%
44Napa County, California$4,465,7280.4%97.5%
45Inyo County, California$4,052,1800.3%97.9%
46Plumas County, California$3,825,5460.3%98.2%
47Placer County, California$3,742,9810.3%98.5%
48El Dorado County, California$3,476,1560.3%98.8%
49Amador County, California$3,333,8900.3%99.1%
50Sierra County, California$3,096,3830.3%99.4%
51San Mateo County, California$2,220,4250.2%99.5%
52Orange County, California$2,028,7340.2%99.7%
53Los Angeles County, California$1,819,9440.2%99.9%
54Trinity County, California$537,1480.0%99.9%
55Nevada County, California$511,1920.0%100.0%
56Del Norte County, California$372,2870.0%100.0%
57Alpine County, California$165,6110.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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