Subtotal, Disaster Payments in New Mexico totaled $543 million from 1995-2017.

Counties in New Mexico Receiving Subtotal, Disaster Payments payments, 1995-2017

Rank County Subtotal, Disaster Payments
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Chaves County, New Mexico$49,235,8459.1%9.1%
2Quay County, New Mexico$44,443,2688.2%17.2%
3Curry County, New Mexico$44,079,8468.1%25.4%
4Lea County, New Mexico$38,566,3957.1%32.5%
5Roosevelt County, New Mexico$34,264,5416.3%38.8%
6Torrance County, New Mexico$30,076,4805.5%44.3%
7Union County, New Mexico$29,550,7635.4%49.7%
8Eddy County, New Mexico$24,197,6054.5%54.2%
9DeBaca County, New Mexico$22,804,0954.2%58.4%
10Lincoln County, New Mexico$19,746,0223.6%62.0%
11Guadalupe County, New Mexico$17,737,9143.3%65.3%
12Harding County, New Mexico$15,751,5492.9%68.2%
13Luna County, New Mexico$14,137,5742.6%70.8%
14Grant County, New Mexico$14,057,0372.6%73.4%
15Rio Arriba County, New Mexico$13,480,1652.5%75.8%
16Colfax County, New Mexico$13,376,4232.5%78.3%
17Socorro County, New Mexico$13,141,6532.4%80.7%
18Sierra County, New Mexico$12,391,0482.3%83.0%
19Otero County, New Mexico$11,348,2182.1%85.1%
20Hidalgo County, New Mexico$9,529,2531.8%86.9%
21San Juan County, New Mexico$9,314,6701.7%88.6%
22Dona Ana County, New Mexico$9,048,8081.7%90.2%
23San Miguel County, New Mexico$9,005,6081.7%91.9%
24Catron County, New Mexico$8,602,8161.6%93.5%
25McKinley County, New Mexico$8,530,3261.6%95.0%
26Sandoval County, New Mexico$6,484,3891.2%96.2%
27Mora County, New Mexico$6,444,8901.2%97.4%
28Cibola County, New Mexico$5,738,3811.1%98.5%
29Taos County, New Mexico$3,274,5650.6%99.1%
30Valencia County, New Mexico$2,584,2250.5%99.6%
31Santa Fe County, New Mexico$1,641,0800.3%99.9%
32Bernalillo County, New Mexico$774,5980.1%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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