Subtotal, Disaster Payments in Oklahoma totaled $2.5 billion from 1995-2017.

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

Rank County Subtotal, Disaster Payments
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Tillman County, Oklahoma$81,038,2823.2%3.2%
2Caddo County, Oklahoma$79,817,5063.2%6.4%
3Kiowa County, Oklahoma$75,414,9243.0%9.4%
4Jackson County, Oklahoma$72,521,5392.9%12.3%
5Washita County, Oklahoma$71,547,0952.8%15.1%
6Woods County, Oklahoma$71,216,0562.8%17.9%
7Cotton County, Oklahoma$62,592,6242.5%20.4%
8Custer County, Oklahoma$58,727,8652.3%22.7%
9Texas County, Oklahoma$57,548,2292.3%25.0%
10Beckham County, Oklahoma$54,648,1632.2%27.2%
11Garfield County, Oklahoma$54,426,3362.2%29.4%
12Grant County, Oklahoma$54,028,5542.1%31.5%
13Cimarron County, Oklahoma$54,014,6042.1%33.7%
14Dewey County, Oklahoma$53,982,4082.1%35.8%
15Blaine County, Oklahoma$52,281,0682.1%37.9%
16Woodward County, Oklahoma$50,648,5562.0%39.9%
17Grady County, Oklahoma$48,847,7511.9%41.8%
18Jefferson County, Oklahoma$48,514,9661.9%43.7%
19Beaver County, Oklahoma$45,720,2901.8%45.6%
20Bryan County, Oklahoma$45,361,6151.8%47.4%
21Kay County, Oklahoma$44,870,4531.8%49.1%
22Alfalfa County, Oklahoma$44,619,3911.8%50.9%
23Major County, Oklahoma$44,341,9601.8%52.7%
24Comanche County, Oklahoma$44,064,8151.7%54.4%
25Greer County, Oklahoma$42,724,4931.7%56.1%
26Osage County, Oklahoma$42,716,7091.7%57.8%
27Roger Mills County, Oklahoma$42,678,2371.7%59.5%
28Kingfisher County, Oklahoma$42,617,3691.7%61.2%
29Harper County, Oklahoma$41,240,5811.6%62.8%
30Garvin County, Oklahoma$40,390,5781.6%64.4%
31Harmon County, Oklahoma$39,270,1881.6%66.0%
32Craig County, Oklahoma$38,874,2781.5%67.6%
33Noble County, Oklahoma$36,226,1301.4%69.0%
34Stephens County, Oklahoma$36,178,9561.4%70.4%
35Choctaw County, Oklahoma$34,873,4681.4%71.8%
36Canadian County, Oklahoma$31,239,8611.2%73.1%
37Ellis County, Oklahoma$30,622,0941.2%74.3%
38McCurtain County, Oklahoma$29,275,1161.2%75.4%
39Lincoln County, Oklahoma$26,730,8851.1%76.5%
40Muskogee County, Oklahoma$26,688,1561.1%77.5%
41Hughes County, Oklahoma$25,863,6001.0%78.6%
42Le Flore County, Oklahoma$25,199,7001.0%79.6%
43Pontotoc County, Oklahoma$23,809,2940.9%80.5%
44Atoka County, Oklahoma$23,011,1710.9%81.4%
45Rogers County, Oklahoma$21,336,1140.8%82.3%
46Johnston County, Oklahoma$20,901,5390.8%83.1%
47Payne County, Oklahoma$19,810,3990.8%83.9%
48Pittsburg County, Oklahoma$19,684,9430.8%84.7%
49McClain County, Oklahoma$19,244,5660.8%85.4%
50Logan County, Oklahoma$18,809,4160.7%86.2%
51Nowata County, Oklahoma$18,800,9500.7%86.9%
52Okfuskee County, Oklahoma$18,004,3400.7%87.7%
53Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma$17,577,7980.7%88.4%
54Mayes County, Oklahoma$17,186,8560.7%89.0%
55Love County, Oklahoma$16,190,2620.6%89.7%
56Seminole County, Oklahoma$15,918,4920.6%90.3%
57Okmulgee County, Oklahoma$15,777,0790.6%90.9%
58Delaware County, Oklahoma$15,709,1800.6%91.6%
59Carter County, Oklahoma$15,484,8780.6%92.2%
60Ottawa County, Oklahoma$15,339,0280.6%92.8%
61Haskell County, Oklahoma$15,042,9600.6%93.4%
62Pushmataha County, Oklahoma$14,979,5660.6%94.0%
63Pawnee County, Oklahoma$14,242,0060.6%94.5%
64Washington County, Oklahoma$12,564,7600.5%95.0%
65Wagoner County, Oklahoma$12,544,3720.5%95.5%
66Coal County, Oklahoma$12,327,8480.5%96.0%
67Creek County, Oklahoma$12,309,6340.5%96.5%
68McIntosh County, Oklahoma$11,856,1910.5%97.0%
69Adair County, Oklahoma$11,716,3250.5%97.5%
70Murray County, Oklahoma$11,660,2840.5%97.9%
71Cherokee County, Oklahoma$10,593,7050.4%98.3%
72Marshall County, Oklahoma$9,161,6030.4%98.7%
73Sequoyah County, Oklahoma$8,820,8990.4%99.0%
74Latimer County, Oklahoma$7,039,3180.3%99.3%
75Cleveland County, Oklahoma$6,526,2390.3%99.6%
76Tulsa County, Oklahoma$6,272,4170.2%99.8%
77Oklahoma County, Oklahoma$4,121,8810.2%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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