Subtotal, Disaster Payments in Michigan totaled $389 million from 1995-2017.

Counties in Michigan Receiving Subtotal, Disaster Payments payments, 1995-2017

Rank County Subtotal, Disaster Payments
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Berrien County, Michigan$34,944,0009.0%9.0%
2Van Buren County, Michigan$18,533,8824.8%13.7%
3Leelanau County, Michigan$15,387,6654.0%17.7%
4Gratiot County, Michigan$14,093,7383.6%21.3%
5Huron County, Michigan$13,007,9963.3%24.7%
6Sanilac County, Michigan$12,475,1963.2%27.9%
7Oceana County, Michigan$11,756,5523.0%30.9%
8Menominee County, Michigan$11,057,5542.8%33.7%
9Ottawa County, Michigan$10,708,8902.8%36.5%
10Bay County, Michigan$10,176,1422.6%39.1%
11Allegan County, Michigan$9,588,0242.5%41.6%
12Grand Traverse County, Michigan$9,391,9742.4%44.0%
13Tuscola County, Michigan$9,008,9332.3%46.3%
14Saginaw County, Michigan$8,869,6492.3%48.6%
15Kent County, Michigan$8,605,6772.2%50.8%
16Antrim County, Michigan$8,293,1832.1%52.9%
17Isabella County, Michigan$8,236,7522.1%55.0%
18Montcalm County, Michigan$8,163,1182.1%57.1%
19Lenawee County, Michigan$7,621,3192.0%59.1%
20Macomb County, Michigan$6,647,4711.7%60.8%
21Chippewa County, Michigan$6,207,5301.6%62.4%
22Cass County, Michigan$6,165,2921.6%64.0%
23Delta County, Michigan$5,965,8991.5%65.5%
24Benzie County, Michigan$5,422,9871.4%66.9%
25Clinton County, Michigan$5,313,4261.4%68.3%
26Lapeer County, Michigan$5,272,6341.4%69.6%
27Mason County, Michigan$5,098,8641.3%70.9%
28Eaton County, Michigan$4,973,4221.3%72.2%
29Jackson County, Michigan$4,955,3031.3%73.5%
30Newaygo County, Michigan$4,902,5131.3%74.7%
31Monroe County, Michigan$4,599,9591.2%75.9%
32Saint Clair County, Michigan$4,551,4901.2%77.1%
33Ionia County, Michigan$4,472,0151.1%78.2%
34Calhoun County, Michigan$4,183,1491.1%79.3%
35Genesee County, Michigan$4,137,3081.1%80.4%
36Mecosta County, Michigan$4,125,3681.1%81.4%
37Arenac County, Michigan$4,125,3591.1%82.5%
38Shiawassee County, Michigan$3,693,3870.9%83.4%
39Hillsdale County, Michigan$3,238,2660.8%84.3%
40Washtenaw County, Michigan$3,236,3680.8%85.1%
41Presque Isle County, Michigan$3,227,0110.8%85.9%
42Missaukee County, Michigan$3,148,9430.8%86.7%
43Muskegon County, Michigan$3,134,3570.8%87.6%
44Wexford County, Michigan$3,118,4140.8%88.4%
45Osceola County, Michigan$2,955,9640.8%89.1%
46Branch County, Michigan$2,809,6780.7%89.8%
47Ingham County, Michigan$2,795,4600.7%90.6%
48Barry County, Michigan$2,779,5440.7%91.3%
49Manistee County, Michigan$2,727,7420.7%92.0%
50Saint Joseph County, Michigan$2,677,7150.7%92.7%
51Ogemaw County, Michigan$2,411,1460.6%93.3%
52Kalamazoo County, Michigan$2,292,9340.6%93.9%
53Midland County, Michigan$2,274,1550.6%94.5%
54Alpena County, Michigan$1,914,0280.5%94.9%
55Dickinson County, Michigan$1,803,9490.5%95.4%
56Clare County, Michigan$1,733,3690.4%95.9%
57Marquette County, Michigan$1,591,3150.4%96.3%
58Gladwin County, Michigan$1,571,6920.4%96.7%
59Livingston County, Michigan$1,443,8660.4%97.0%
60Ontonagon County, Michigan$1,046,6760.3%97.3%
61Iosco County, Michigan$845,7740.2%97.5%
62Cheboygan County, Michigan$792,8850.2%97.7%
63Alcona County, Michigan$759,1840.2%97.9%
64Alger County, Michigan$743,2780.2%98.1%
65Mackinac County, Michigan$736,8220.2%98.3%
66Luce County, Michigan$736,4810.2%98.5%
67Iron County, Michigan$695,6570.2%98.7%
68Emmet County, Michigan$663,3460.2%98.8%
69Oakland County, Michigan$655,4120.2%99.0%
70Otsego County, Michigan$632,9590.2%99.2%
71Wayne County, Michigan$567,3710.1%99.3%
72Charlevoix County, Michigan$464,7160.1%99.4%
73Schoolcraft County, Michigan$442,2840.1%99.5%
74Houghton County, Michigan$432,2240.1%99.7%
75Baraga County, Michigan$365,4210.1%99.8%
76Montmorency County, Michigan$356,3290.1%99.8%
77Lake County, Michigan$286,3660.1%99.9%
78Kalkaska County, Michigan$150,1610.0%100.0%
79Oscoda County, Michigan$60,6960.0%100.0%
80Gogebic County, Michigan$50,5870.0%100.0%
81Roscommon County, Michigan$48,4870.0%100.0%
82Crawford County, Michigan$4,2840.0%100.0%
83Keweenaw County, Michigan$2,1710.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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