Subtotal, Disaster Payments in Tehama County, California totaled $43.2 million from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Tehama County, California Receiving Subtotal, Disaster Payments payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Subtotal, Disaster Payments
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Tulare County, California$150,290,41612.4%12.4%
2Kern County, California$87,525,5447.2%19.7%
3Fresno County, California$85,597,5587.1%26.8%
4San Joaquin County, California$80,958,1846.7%33.4%
5San Luis Obispo County, California$63,843,2185.3%38.7%
6Merced County, California$46,376,4153.8%42.6%
7Tehama County, California$43,222,5683.6%46.1%
8Sutter County, California$37,467,6033.1%49.2%
9Stanislaus County, California$37,296,2993.1%52.3%
10Glenn County, California$35,066,7052.9%55.2%
11Butte County, California$33,307,7022.8%58.0%
12Madera County, California$31,638,2822.6%60.6%
13Monterey County, California$29,976,1302.5%63.1%
14Santa Barbara County, California$25,329,7582.1%65.2%
15Modoc County, California$23,666,8902.0%67.1%
16Ventura County, California$23,420,1941.9%69.1%
17Lassen County, California$20,411,6151.7%70.8%
18Humboldt County, California$20,058,2581.7%72.4%
19Yolo County, California$19,795,7151.6%74.1%
20Colusa County, California$19,709,9711.6%75.7%
21Sonoma County, California$18,737,2201.5%77.2%
22Siskiyou County, California$18,550,6651.5%78.8%
23Solano County, California$18,145,2091.5%80.3%
24Imperial County, California$16,781,6971.4%81.7%
25Kings County, California$16,478,7271.4%83.0%
26Yuba County, California$15,803,3511.3%84.3%
27San Benito County, California$15,473,7571.3%85.6%
28Mendocino County, California$14,564,1711.2%86.8%
29Riverside County, California$12,964,1981.1%87.9%
30Alameda County, California$12,761,1321.1%88.9%
31Mariposa County, California$10,996,5190.9%89.9%
32Sacramento County, California$10,917,5480.9%90.8%
33Contra Costa County, California$9,869,5840.8%91.6%
34Shasta County, California$8,661,6630.7%92.3%
35San Bernardino County, California$8,148,6660.7%93.0%
36San Diego County, California$7,840,9790.6%93.6%
37Calaveras County, California$7,627,7160.6%94.2%
38Santa Clara County, California$7,501,5060.6%94.9%
39Marin County, California$6,223,5390.5%95.4%
40Mono County, California$6,052,0970.5%95.9%
41Santa Cruz County, California$5,462,8500.5%96.3%
42Tuolumne County, California$5,079,1280.4%96.7%
43Lake County, California$4,793,6500.4%97.1%
44Napa County, California$4,717,1440.4%97.5%
45Inyo County, California$4,085,0940.3%97.9%
46Plumas County, California$4,039,1690.3%98.2%
47Placer County, California$3,791,9240.3%98.5%
48El Dorado County, California$3,528,6050.3%98.8%
49Amador County, California$3,380,1820.3%99.1%
50Sierra County, California$3,136,5580.3%99.4%
51San Mateo County, California$2,220,4280.2%99.5%
52Orange County, California$2,042,5430.2%99.7%
53Los Angeles County, California$1,984,5140.2%99.9%
54Trinity County, California$537,1480.0%99.9%
55Nevada County, California$511,6990.0%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.

‡ 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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