Subtotal, Disaster Payments in Pike County, Ohio totaled $732,957 from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in Pike County, Ohio Receiving Subtotal, Disaster Payments payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Subtotal, Disaster Payments
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Meigs County, Ohio$27,594,5516.4%6.4%
2Darke County, Ohio$13,844,1963.2%9.6%
3Pickaway County, Ohio$12,833,6783.0%12.6%
4Mercer County, Ohio$12,785,3393.0%15.6%
5Wood County, Ohio$11,070,5002.6%18.1%
6Ottawa County, Ohio$10,321,2562.4%20.5%
7Logan County, Ohio$9,996,5592.3%22.8%
8Muskingum County, Ohio$9,974,5282.3%25.2%
9Champaign County, Ohio$9,619,8142.2%27.4%
10Hardin County, Ohio$9,450,5402.2%29.6%
11Brown County, Ohio$9,450,5122.2%31.8%
12Wyandot County, Ohio$8,975,1982.1%33.9%
13Hancock County, Ohio$8,277,2791.9%35.8%
14Licking County, Ohio$8,193,7921.9%37.7%
15Butler County, Ohio$8,190,8771.9%39.6%
16Miami County, Ohio$7,998,2711.9%41.4%
17Lorain County, Ohio$7,888,1841.8%43.3%
18Auglaize County, Ohio$7,524,7151.7%45.0%
19Preble County, Ohio$7,294,7231.7%46.7%
20Highland County, Ohio$7,213,0631.7%48.4%
21Sandusky County, Ohio$7,070,9991.6%50.0%
22Fayette County, Ohio$6,800,5921.6%51.6%
23Marion County, Ohio$6,642,8131.5%53.1%
24Huron County, Ohio$6,557,0421.5%54.7%
25Union County, Ohio$6,477,4961.5%56.2%
26Seneca County, Ohio$6,422,5701.5%57.6%
27Paulding County, Ohio$6,321,9881.5%59.1%
28Crawford County, Ohio$6,090,6111.4%60.5%
29Ashtabula County, Ohio$5,936,6471.4%61.9%
30Adams County, Ohio$5,734,8891.3%63.2%
31Shelby County, Ohio$5,580,5031.3%64.5%
32Putnam County, Ohio$5,505,6271.3%65.8%
33Defiance County, Ohio$5,250,8081.2%67.0%
34Clark County, Ohio$5,056,5011.2%68.2%
35Clinton County, Ohio$4,855,2821.1%69.3%
36Delaware County, Ohio$4,760,8781.1%70.4%
37Knox County, Ohio$4,655,5861.1%71.5%
38Warren County, Ohio$4,522,0861.0%72.6%
39Wayne County, Ohio$4,510,8381.0%73.6%
40Lucas County, Ohio$4,494,0211.0%74.6%
41Madison County, Ohio$4,482,7131.0%75.7%
42Washington County, Ohio$4,312,0841.0%76.7%
43Morrow County, Ohio$4,171,8251.0%77.7%
44Morgan County, Ohio$3,823,2530.9%78.5%
45Clermont County, Ohio$3,753,5140.9%79.4%
46Fairfield County, Ohio$3,691,5320.9%80.3%
47Erie County, Ohio$3,553,2370.8%81.1%
48Williams County, Ohio$3,465,7990.8%81.9%
49Ross County, Ohio$3,444,2960.8%82.7%
50Allen County, Ohio$3,437,8380.8%83.5%
51Medina County, Ohio$3,400,8490.8%84.3%
52Fulton County, Ohio$3,384,9160.8%85.1%
53Van Wert County, Ohio$3,384,0740.8%85.8%
54Montgomery County, Ohio$3,319,1500.8%86.6%
55Coshocton County, Ohio$3,257,5470.8%87.4%
56Stark County, Ohio$3,031,3430.7%88.1%
57Greene County, Ohio$2,877,6370.7%88.7%
58Henry County, Ohio$2,857,4150.7%89.4%
59Perry County, Ohio$2,729,8850.6%90.0%
60Scioto County, Ohio$2,605,0850.6%90.6%
61Tuscarawas County, Ohio$2,523,1440.6%91.2%
62Ashland County, Ohio$2,514,8060.6%91.8%
63Holmes County, Ohio$2,462,4760.6%92.4%
64Franklin County, Ohio$2,400,8260.6%92.9%
65Guernsey County, Ohio$2,398,0920.6%93.5%
66Gallia County, Ohio$2,382,3000.6%94.1%
67Richland County, Ohio$2,374,3210.6%94.6%
68Columbiana County, Ohio$2,274,1550.5%95.1%
69Carroll County, Ohio$2,154,1060.5%95.6%
70Harrison County, Ohio$1,978,4660.5%96.1%
71Athens County, Ohio$1,898,0550.4%96.5%
72Portage County, Ohio$1,352,2830.3%96.8%
73Trumbull County, Ohio$1,345,0300.3%97.2%
74Belmont County, Ohio$1,338,2880.3%97.5%
75Jackson County, Ohio$1,279,4490.3%97.8%
76Lawrence County, Ohio$1,266,3120.3%98.1%
77Jefferson County, Ohio$1,120,2500.3%98.3%
78Noble County, Ohio$1,089,5250.3%98.6%
79Geauga County, Ohio$1,071,7820.2%98.8%
80Mahoning County, Ohio$982,7070.2%99.0%
81Lake County, Ohio$749,0850.2%99.2%
82Pike County, Ohio$732,9570.2%99.4%
83Monroe County, Ohio$671,6850.2%99.5%
84Hocking County, Ohio$554,7240.1%99.7%
85Hamilton County, Ohio$554,0000.1%99.8%
86Summit County, Ohio$531,8480.1%99.9%
87Vinton County, Ohio$295,9890.1%100.0%
88Cuyahoga County, Ohio$23,1190.0%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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