Misc. Disaster Payments in Florida totaled $1.0 billion from 1995-2020‡.

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

Rank County Misc. Disaster Payments
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Dade County, Florida$123,026,17812.2%12.2%
2Polk County, Florida$83,283,6208.3%20.4%
3Saint Lucie County, Florida$75,765,9117.5%28.0%
4Hardee County, Florida$69,833,7576.9%34.9%
5Indian River County, Florida$52,956,9225.2%40.1%
6DeSoto County, Florida$51,404,5715.1%45.2%
7Jackson County, Florida$49,147,9104.9%50.1%
8Highlands County, Florida$39,428,1043.9%54.0%
9Hillsborough County, Florida$33,253,0223.3%57.3%
10Martin County, Florida$31,805,0183.2%60.4%
11Palm Beach County, Florida$29,477,8532.9%63.4%
12Hendry County, Florida$26,884,8872.7%66.0%
13Levy County, Florida$26,637,1362.6%68.7%
14Gilchrist County, Florida$24,168,9972.4%71.1%
15Alachua County, Florida$21,502,6532.1%73.2%
16Lake County, Florida$19,101,1961.9%75.1%
17Sumter County, Florida$16,762,1291.7%76.7%
18Orange County, Florida$16,691,4781.7%78.4%
19Lee County, Florida$15,377,0321.5%79.9%
20Marion County, Florida$14,587,4521.4%81.4%
21Osceola County, Florida$14,120,0991.4%82.8%
22Volusia County, Florida$13,503,2031.3%84.1%
23Charlotte County, Florida$13,070,3541.3%85.4%
24Okeechobee County, Florida$11,241,1291.1%86.5%
25Manatee County, Florida$9,492,8150.9%87.4%
26Putnam County, Florida$8,777,1640.9%88.3%
27Holmes County, Florida$8,761,5000.9%89.2%
28Brevard County, Florida$8,500,9700.8%90.0%
29Glades County, Florida$8,101,6030.8%90.8%
30Collier County, Florida$7,629,9480.8%91.6%
31Santa Rosa County, Florida$7,102,4960.7%92.3%
32Suwannee County, Florida$6,299,4270.6%92.9%
33Columbia County, Florida$6,183,0030.6%93.5%
34Pasco County, Florida$5,223,1410.5%94.0%
35Walton County, Florida$5,155,8570.5%94.6%
36Saint Johns County, Florida$4,879,1170.5%95.0%
37Dixie County, Florida$4,503,8780.4%95.5%
38Calhoun County, Florida$3,935,9080.4%95.9%
39Escambia County, Florida$3,304,5060.3%96.2%
40Citrus County, Florida$3,216,6810.3%96.5%
41Bradford County, Florida$3,129,1670.3%96.8%
42Broward County, Florida$2,779,1900.3%97.1%
43Okaloosa County, Florida$2,763,4190.3%97.4%
44Flagler County, Florida$2,621,6020.3%97.6%
45Washington County, Florida$2,553,3950.3%97.9%
46Union County, Florida$2,445,1910.2%98.1%
47Seminole County, Florida$2,235,3670.2%98.4%
48Lafayette County, Florida$2,133,9970.2%98.6%
49Gadsden County, Florida$2,121,8200.2%98.8%
50Madison County, Florida$2,118,2340.2%99.0%
51Hernando County, Florida$1,864,8470.2%99.2%
52Jefferson County, Florida$1,623,6910.2%99.3%
53Sarasota County, Florida$1,355,7490.1%99.5%
54Hamilton County, Florida$1,339,4630.1%99.6%
55Baker County, Florida$616,2870.1%99.7%
56Gulf County, Florida$608,9630.1%99.7%
57Wakulla County, Florida$527,2000.1%99.8%
58Clay County, Florida$516,3180.1%99.8%
59Liberty County, Florida$438,4720.0%99.9%
60Leon County, Florida$309,1530.0%99.9%
61Franklin County, Florida$279,2660.0%99.9%
62Nassau County, Florida$261,8120.0%100.0%
63Duval County, Florida$221,5550.0%100.0%
64Bay County, Florida$158,5270.0%100.0%
65Pinellas County, Florida$65,3580.0%100.0%
66Taylor County, Florida$8,2230.0%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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