Misc. Disaster Payments in Colorado totaled $521 million from 1995-2020‡.

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

Rank County Misc. Disaster Payments
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Otero County, Colorado$42,887,6818.2%8.2%
2Kit Carson County, Colorado$40,237,0437.7%15.9%
3Baca County, Colorado$28,901,4215.5%21.5%
4Weld County, Colorado$24,456,8444.7%26.2%
5Kiowa County, Colorado$24,402,4494.7%30.9%
6Prowers County, Colorado$23,967,6414.6%35.5%
7Washington County, Colorado$22,846,0964.4%39.8%
8Cheyenne County, Colorado$22,470,3764.3%44.2%
9Pueblo County, Colorado$20,957,5664.0%48.2%
10Yuma County, Colorado$20,886,8004.0%52.2%
11Conejos County, Colorado$16,816,8203.2%55.4%
12Morgan County, Colorado$15,687,9963.0%58.4%
13Bent County, Colorado$15,410,3733.0%61.4%
14Montezuma County, Colorado$14,884,6392.9%64.2%
15Logan County, Colorado$14,071,3672.7%66.9%
16Lincoln County, Colorado$13,711,5462.6%69.6%
17Crowley County, Colorado$13,328,1532.6%72.1%
18Phillips County, Colorado$12,522,5002.4%74.5%
19Las Animas County, Colorado$11,625,5392.2%76.8%
20Saguache County, Colorado$10,822,5682.1%78.8%
21Moffat County, Colorado$9,578,2811.8%80.7%
22Adams County, Colorado$9,567,5561.8%82.5%
23Alamosa County, Colorado$7,051,8251.4%83.9%
24Rio Blanco County, Colorado$6,629,3391.3%85.1%
25Elbert County, Colorado$6,523,3291.3%86.4%
26Delta County, Colorado$6,479,8971.2%87.6%
27Sedgwick County, Colorado$5,453,6801.0%88.7%
28Dolores County, Colorado$5,347,0301.0%89.7%
29Arapahoe County, Colorado$4,773,1140.9%90.6%
30Custer County, Colorado$4,427,5100.8%91.5%
31La Plata County, Colorado$4,193,7950.8%92.3%
32Rio Grande County, Colorado$4,185,4850.8%93.1%
33Garfield County, Colorado$3,896,7080.7%93.8%
34Larimer County, Colorado$3,548,3360.7%94.5%
35Huerfano County, Colorado$3,344,8740.6%95.1%
36El Paso County, Colorado$3,206,9020.6%95.8%
37Mesa County, Colorado$2,887,4700.6%96.3%
38Costilla County, Colorado$2,861,7620.5%96.9%
39Routt County, Colorado$2,783,3290.5%97.4%
40Montrose County, Colorado$2,703,8390.5%97.9%
41Fremont County, Colorado$2,664,3720.5%98.4%
42Jackson County, Colorado$1,671,6970.3%98.7%
43Chaffee County, Colorado$1,120,9060.2%99.0%
44San Miguel County, Colorado$999,9530.2%99.2%
45Eagle County, Colorado$944,0950.2%99.3%
46Grand County, Colorado$828,3170.2%99.5%
47Boulder County, Colorado$672,5970.1%99.6%
48Gunnison County, Colorado$600,3400.1%99.7%
49Park County, Colorado$302,3500.1%99.8%
50Ouray County, Colorado$250,1260.0%99.8%
51Douglas County, Colorado$245,8150.0%99.9%
52Archuleta County, Colorado$231,6810.0%99.9%
53Denver County, Colorado$103,6290.0%100.0%
54Summit County, Colorado$54,0910.0%100.0%
55Pitkin County, Colorado$42,2550.0%100.0%
56Hinsdale County, Colorado$37,7520.0%100.0%
57$27,4460.0%100.0%
58Mineral County, Colorado$24,1650.0%100.0%
59Teller County, Colorado$23,4690.0%100.0%
60Jefferson County, Colorado$11,2320.0%100.0%
61Lake County, Colorado$6,9160.0%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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