Subtotal, Disaster Payments in New Mexico totaled $8.8 million in 2017

Counties in New Mexico Receiving Subtotal, Disaster Payments payments, 2017

Rank County Subtotal, Disaster Payments
2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Rio Arriba County, New Mexico$1,504,20517.0%17.0%
2DeBaca County, New Mexico$1,295,52014.7%31.7%
3Luna County, New Mexico$922,90610.4%42.1%
4Torrance County, New Mexico$731,4098.3%50.4%
5Guadalupe County, New Mexico$621,3107.0%57.4%
6Eddy County, New Mexico$587,5116.6%64.1%
7Lea County, New Mexico$412,0484.7%68.7%
8Dona Ana County, New Mexico$354,3644.0%72.7%
9Sandoval County, New Mexico$331,5953.8%76.5%
10Cibola County, New Mexico$305,5863.5%79.9%
11Chaves County, New Mexico$298,9993.4%83.3%
12Curry County, New Mexico$281,4853.2%86.5%
13Hidalgo County, New Mexico$234,1232.6%89.1%
14Lincoln County, New Mexico$175,1712.0%91.1%
15McKinley County, New Mexico$116,0881.3%92.4%
16San Juan County, New Mexico$107,9101.2%93.7%
17Catron County, New Mexico$94,0161.1%94.7%
18Colfax County, New Mexico$93,0321.1%95.8%
19Taos County, New Mexico$88,5451.0%96.8%
20Roosevelt County, New Mexico$73,1850.8%97.6%
21Grant County, New Mexico$64,8240.7%98.3%
22Socorro County, New Mexico$48,2670.5%98.9%
23Otero County, New Mexico$36,9630.4%99.3%
24Mora County, New Mexico$33,3480.4%99.7%
25Quay County, New Mexico$30,5650.3%100.0%
26Valencia County, New Mexico$15,7040.2%100.2%
27Sierra County, New Mexico$13,2510.1%100.4%
28San Miguel County, New Mexico$2,2070.0%100.4%
29Harding County, New Mexico$780.0%100.4%
30Santa Fe County, New Mexico$-5-0.0%100.4%
31Bernalillo County, New Mexico$-33,763-0.4%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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