Misc. Disaster Payments in Pennsylvania totaled $120 million from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Pennsylvania Receiving Misc. Disaster Payments payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Misc. Disaster Payments
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Adams County, Pennsylvania$11,419,1469.5%9.5%
2Franklin County, Pennsylvania$8,512,4697.1%16.6%
3Erie County, Pennsylvania$7,404,2056.2%22.7%
4Berks County, Pennsylvania$6,814,0255.7%28.4%
5Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania$5,346,6384.4%32.8%
6Cumberland County, Pennsylvania$3,933,7273.3%36.1%
7York County, Pennsylvania$3,848,9093.2%39.3%
8Northampton County, Pennsylvania$3,419,9232.8%42.1%
9Lancaster County, Pennsylvania$3,383,2032.8%45.0%
10Lehigh County, Pennsylvania$3,304,3382.7%47.7%
11Bucks County, Pennsylvania$3,081,7012.6%50.3%
12Columbia County, Pennsylvania$2,837,2722.4%52.6%
13Northumberland County, Pennsylvania$2,777,6952.3%54.9%
14Crawford County, Pennsylvania$2,675,0142.2%57.1%
15Indiana County, Pennsylvania$2,661,4242.2%59.4%
16Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania$2,435,9942.0%61.4%
17Bedford County, Pennsylvania$2,431,5842.0%63.4%
18Carbon County, Pennsylvania$2,370,1092.0%65.4%
19Luzerne County, Pennsylvania$2,367,0292.0%67.3%
20Cambria County, Pennsylvania$2,235,6431.9%69.2%
21Blair County, Pennsylvania$2,152,4551.8%71.0%
22Dauphin County, Pennsylvania$1,859,9491.5%72.5%
23Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania$1,851,3491.5%74.1%
24Bradford County, Pennsylvania$1,748,3561.5%75.5%
25Lebanon County, Pennsylvania$1,542,2811.3%76.8%
26Montgomery County, Pennsylvania$1,516,5941.3%78.1%
27Armstrong County, Pennsylvania$1,429,9251.2%79.3%
28Clarion County, Pennsylvania$1,384,5711.2%80.4%
29Potter County, Pennsylvania$1,370,5241.1%81.5%
30Snyder County, Pennsylvania$1,349,6351.1%82.7%
31Perry County, Pennsylvania$1,346,2731.1%83.8%
32Somerset County, Pennsylvania$1,329,7581.1%84.9%
33Butler County, Pennsylvania$1,306,4451.1%86.0%
34Fulton County, Pennsylvania$1,276,9511.1%87.0%
35Mercer County, Pennsylvania$1,235,9491.0%88.1%
36Juniata County, Pennsylvania$1,054,5470.9%88.9%
37Chester County, Pennsylvania$1,030,3140.9%89.8%
38Clearfield County, Pennsylvania$949,1920.8%90.6%
39Monroe County, Pennsylvania$898,0540.7%91.3%
40Jefferson County, Pennsylvania$829,2500.7%92.0%
41Wyoming County, Pennsylvania$813,9820.7%92.7%
42Tioga County, Pennsylvania$688,7150.6%93.3%
43Union County, Pennsylvania$674,7350.6%93.8%
44Centre County, Pennsylvania$652,6520.5%94.4%
45Lycoming County, Pennsylvania$604,4560.5%94.9%
46Fayette County, Pennsylvania$580,5560.5%95.4%
47Mifflin County, Pennsylvania$573,8170.5%95.8%
48Montour County, Pennsylvania$571,0230.5%96.3%
49Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania$519,4570.4%96.7%
50Washington County, Pennsylvania$508,2680.4%97.2%
51Clinton County, Pennsylvania$475,5150.4%97.6%
52Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania$439,0340.4%97.9%
53Beaver County, Pennsylvania$423,0520.4%98.3%
54Lawrence County, Pennsylvania$378,7970.3%98.6%
55Warren County, Pennsylvania$361,0390.3%98.9%
56Venango County, Pennsylvania$269,9310.2%99.1%
57McKean County, Pennsylvania$229,6650.2%99.3%
58Sullivan County, Pennsylvania$221,2040.2%99.5%
59Greene County, Pennsylvania$201,6120.2%99.7%
60Wayne County, Pennsylvania$114,4790.1%99.8%
61Elk County, Pennsylvania$94,4910.1%99.8%
62Allegheny County, Pennsylvania$74,7390.1%99.9%
63Delaware County, Pennsylvania$38,3680.0%99.9%
64Pike County, Pennsylvania$33,7750.0%100.0%
65Forest County, Pennsylvania$33,4400.0%100.0%
66Cameron County, Pennsylvania$17,1670.0%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 October 31, 2019.

 

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