Subtotal, Disaster Payments in Oklahoma totaled $2.6 billion from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Oklahoma Receiving Subtotal, Disaster Payments payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Subtotal, Disaster Payments
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Caddo County, Oklahoma$85,769,2273.3%3.3%
2Tillman County, Oklahoma$83,821,8453.2%6.4%
3Kiowa County, Oklahoma$79,943,2813.0%9.5%
4Washita County, Oklahoma$76,132,5102.9%12.4%
5Woods County, Oklahoma$75,891,9022.9%15.2%
6Jackson County, Oklahoma$74,797,4052.8%18.1%
7Cotton County, Oklahoma$66,391,5822.5%20.6%
8Custer County, Oklahoma$63,231,4342.4%23.0%
9Dewey County, Oklahoma$59,900,0172.3%25.3%
10Beckham County, Oklahoma$59,170,9742.2%27.5%
11Texas County, Oklahoma$59,100,9752.2%29.8%
12Garfield County, Oklahoma$58,103,0612.2%32.0%
13Blaine County, Oklahoma$57,432,1492.2%34.1%
14Cimarron County, Oklahoma$56,227,7112.1%36.3%
15Grant County, Oklahoma$55,945,7352.1%38.4%
16Woodward County, Oklahoma$55,847,4472.1%40.5%
17Beaver County, Oklahoma$50,575,9221.9%42.4%
18Jefferson County, Oklahoma$50,508,5361.9%44.3%
19Grady County, Oklahoma$50,147,2811.9%46.2%
20Major County, Oklahoma$49,000,7551.9%48.1%
21Alfalfa County, Oklahoma$48,354,7211.8%49.9%
22Harper County, Oklahoma$46,716,5861.8%51.7%
23Roger Mills County, Oklahoma$46,655,3831.8%53.5%
24Comanche County, Oklahoma$46,339,5941.8%55.2%
25Kingfisher County, Oklahoma$46,041,7241.7%57.0%
26Bryan County, Oklahoma$45,488,5541.7%58.7%
27Greer County, Oklahoma$45,238,9261.7%60.4%
28Kay County, Oklahoma$45,238,5961.7%62.1%
29Osage County, Oklahoma$43,554,4191.7%63.8%
30Harmon County, Oklahoma$41,263,6911.6%65.4%
31Garvin County, Oklahoma$40,718,2311.5%66.9%
32Craig County, Oklahoma$38,996,6861.5%68.4%
33Noble County, Oklahoma$37,508,8501.4%69.8%
34Stephens County, Oklahoma$36,334,2961.4%71.2%
35Choctaw County, Oklahoma$35,945,3251.4%72.6%
36Canadian County, Oklahoma$33,971,0971.3%73.8%
37Ellis County, Oklahoma$32,504,7751.2%75.1%
38McCurtain County, Oklahoma$30,399,1461.2%76.2%
39Lincoln County, Oklahoma$26,763,0801.0%77.2%
40Muskogee County, Oklahoma$26,694,8311.0%78.3%
41Le Flore County, Oklahoma$26,338,4721.0%79.3%
42Hughes County, Oklahoma$25,891,2391.0%80.2%
43Pontotoc County, Oklahoma$23,833,2310.9%81.1%
44Atoka County, Oklahoma$23,014,3860.9%82.0%
45Rogers County, Oklahoma$22,264,3050.8%82.9%
46Johnston County, Oklahoma$21,047,0110.8%83.7%
47Payne County, Oklahoma$19,910,5850.8%84.4%
48Pittsburg County, Oklahoma$19,691,5860.7%85.2%
49Nowata County, Oklahoma$19,523,6520.7%85.9%
50McClain County, Oklahoma$19,469,9980.7%86.6%
51Logan County, Oklahoma$19,102,0050.7%87.4%
52Okfuskee County, Oklahoma$18,020,2510.7%88.1%
53Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma$17,608,8030.7%88.7%
54Mayes County, Oklahoma$17,202,4990.7%89.4%
55Love County, Oklahoma$16,560,0060.6%90.0%
56Carter County, Oklahoma$16,020,2660.6%90.6%
57Delaware County, Oklahoma$16,003,0540.6%91.2%
58Seminole County, Oklahoma$15,925,1880.6%91.8%
59Haskell County, Oklahoma$15,848,9760.6%92.4%
60Okmulgee County, Oklahoma$15,786,5230.6%93.0%
61Ottawa County, Oklahoma$15,528,6330.6%93.6%
62Pushmataha County, Oklahoma$15,426,7560.6%94.2%
63Pawnee County, Oklahoma$14,926,8620.6%94.8%
64Washington County, Oklahoma$12,725,1250.5%95.2%
65Wagoner County, Oklahoma$12,582,3610.5%95.7%
66Coal County, Oklahoma$12,340,4890.5%96.2%
67Creek County, Oklahoma$12,309,6340.5%96.7%
68McIntosh County, Oklahoma$11,864,5870.5%97.1%
69Adair County, Oklahoma$11,717,8560.4%97.6%
70Murray County, Oklahoma$11,678,1770.4%98.0%
71Cherokee County, Oklahoma$10,706,0880.4%98.4%
72Marshall County, Oklahoma$9,185,0740.3%98.8%
73Sequoyah County, Oklahoma$8,820,8990.3%99.1%
74Latimer County, Oklahoma$7,079,0020.3%99.4%
75Cleveland County, Oklahoma$6,528,2070.2%99.6%
76Tulsa County, Oklahoma$6,378,9900.2%99.8%
77Oklahoma County, Oklahoma$4,123,5670.2%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2019 is incomplete and only includes Market Facilitation Program payments made between January 1, 2019 and April 30, 2019.

 

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