Subtotal, Disaster Payments in Rio Grande County, Colorado totaled $5.6 million from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Rio Grande County, Colorado Receiving Subtotal, Disaster Payments payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Subtotal, Disaster Payments
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Kit Carson County, Colorado$75,543,7878.0%8.0%
2Baca County, Colorado$74,311,1437.9%15.8%
3Otero County, Colorado$56,958,5466.0%21.8%
4Yuma County, Colorado$49,165,0445.2%27.0%
5Kiowa County, Colorado$46,012,8964.9%31.9%
6Prowers County, Colorado$45,347,6794.8%36.7%
7Washington County, Colorado$40,617,7084.3%41.0%
8Cheyenne County, Colorado$38,679,7984.1%45.1%
9Lincoln County, Colorado$38,388,4624.1%49.1%
10Weld County, Colorado$37,682,5304.0%53.1%
11Bent County, Colorado$30,454,8803.2%56.3%
12Las Animas County, Colorado$29,437,7753.1%59.4%
13Pueblo County, Colorado$27,209,0362.9%62.3%
14Logan County, Colorado$26,995,7272.9%65.2%
15Crowley County, Colorado$25,751,5812.7%67.9%
16Morgan County, Colorado$24,980,9762.6%70.5%
17Conejos County, Colorado$24,202,6412.6%73.1%
18Montezuma County, Colorado$20,111,1062.1%75.2%
19Phillips County, Colorado$19,720,2602.1%77.3%
20Moffat County, Colorado$16,426,4741.7%79.0%
21Elbert County, Colorado$16,172,1031.7%80.7%
22Saguache County, Colorado$15,834,0991.7%82.4%
23Adams County, Colorado$15,148,4671.6%84.0%
24Rio Blanco County, Colorado$11,907,7091.3%85.3%
25Sedgwick County, Colorado$10,428,4041.1%86.4%
26Delta County, Colorado$9,969,1611.1%87.4%
27Arapahoe County, Colorado$9,226,8051.0%88.4%
28El Paso County, Colorado$8,442,4330.9%89.3%
29Alamosa County, Colorado$8,300,1410.9%90.2%
30Montrose County, Colorado$8,230,0950.9%91.0%
31Mesa County, Colorado$7,861,4910.8%91.9%
32Garfield County, Colorado$7,305,1840.8%92.6%
33Huerfano County, Colorado$6,744,9520.7%93.3%
34Larimer County, Colorado$6,276,7170.7%94.0%
35La Plata County, Colorado$6,149,6520.6%94.7%
36Custer County, Colorado$6,070,5410.6%95.3%
37Dolores County, Colorado$5,793,1850.6%95.9%
38Routt County, Colorado$5,715,1230.6%96.5%
39Rio Grande County, Colorado$5,574,5330.6%97.1%
40Fremont County, Colorado$4,196,5460.4%97.5%
41Costilla County, Colorado$3,694,3280.4%97.9%
42Jackson County, Colorado$3,139,8970.3%98.3%
43Eagle County, Colorado$2,388,6510.3%98.5%
44Gunnison County, Colorado$2,305,7400.2%98.8%
45Chaffee County, Colorado$2,106,5700.2%99.0%
46San Miguel County, Colorado$1,901,1080.2%99.2%
47Grand County, Colorado$1,865,5690.2%99.4%
48Park County, Colorado$1,545,0730.2%99.6%
49Boulder County, Colorado$999,9750.1%99.7%
50Ouray County, Colorado$928,0490.1%99.8%
51Archuleta County, Colorado$921,5710.1%99.9%
52Douglas County, Colorado$732,4790.1%99.9%
53Teller County, Colorado$122,6450.0%99.9%
54Pitkin County, Colorado$115,9590.0%100.0%
55Denver County, Colorado$103,6290.0%100.0%
56Mineral County, Colorado$79,6270.0%100.0%
57Summit County, Colorado$68,1750.0%100.0%
58Hinsdale County, Colorado$61,1640.0%100.0%
59Jefferson County, Colorado$52,1660.0%100.0%
60Lake County, Colorado$41,0030.0%100.0%
61$27,4460.0%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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