Disaster payments in Union County, New Mexico totaled $7.1 million in 2023

Counties in Union County, New Mexico Receiving Total Disaster Programs payments, 2023

Rank County Total Disaster Programs
2023
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Curry County, New Mexico$18,593,36422.5%22.5%
2Quay County, New Mexico$9,389,24611.4%33.9%
3Union County, New Mexico$7,102,8168.6%42.5%
4Lea County, New Mexico$4,836,6075.9%48.3%
5Grant County, New Mexico$3,473,7484.2%52.5%
6Chaves County, New Mexico$3,045,6643.7%56.2%
7Harding County, New Mexico$3,001,3923.6%59.8%
8Torrance County, New Mexico$2,907,1413.5%63.4%
9Roosevelt County, New Mexico$2,760,3113.3%66.7%
10Catron County, New Mexico$2,402,7722.9%69.6%
11Luna County, New Mexico$2,335,3762.8%72.4%
12DeBaca County, New Mexico$1,989,8402.4%74.8%
13Sierra County, New Mexico$1,760,0002.1%77.0%
14Colfax County, New Mexico$1,705,8542.1%79.0%
15Rio Arriba County, New Mexico$1,652,7792.0%81.0%
16Hidalgo County, New Mexico$1,644,7362.0%83.0%
17Guadalupe County, New Mexico$1,609,3851.9%85.0%
18Eddy County, New Mexico$1,550,4121.9%86.9%
19Otero County, New Mexico$1,530,1481.9%88.7%
20Lincoln County, New Mexico$1,251,7321.5%90.2%
21San Miguel County, New Mexico$1,237,7961.5%91.7%
22Dona Ana County, New Mexico$1,097,6161.3%93.1%
23Mora County, New Mexico$1,012,0411.2%94.3%
24Socorro County, New Mexico$982,9741.2%95.5%
25Cibola County, New Mexico$966,9081.2%96.6%
26Sandoval County, New Mexico$865,9981.0%97.7%
27San Juan County, New Mexico$818,2571.0%98.7%
28McKinley County, New Mexico$728,4690.9%99.6%
29Taos County, New Mexico$245,5120.3%99.9%
30Valencia County, New Mexico$51,9250.1%99.9%
31Santa Fe County, New Mexico$35,0690.0%100.0%
32Bernalillo County, New Mexico$31,5350.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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