Subtotal, Disaster Payments in Washington totaled $4.6 million in 2017

Counties in Washington Receiving Subtotal, Disaster Payments payments, 2017

Rank County Subtotal, Disaster Payments
2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Okanogan County, Washington$1,050,60222.8%22.8%
2Yakima County, Washington$641,48413.9%36.8%
3Klickitat County, Washington$506,89211.0%47.8%
4Grant County, Washington$480,90310.5%58.2%
5Douglas County, Washington$416,3169.0%67.3%
6Spokane County, Washington$311,1646.8%74.0%
7Lincoln County, Washington$225,4714.9%78.9%
8Adams County, Washington$216,3254.7%83.6%
9Asotin County, Washington$193,4854.2%87.9%
10Skagit County, Washington$170,0073.7%91.5%
11Garfield County, Washington$97,4862.1%93.7%
12Snohomish County, Washington$76,0171.7%95.3%
13Ferry County, Washington$66,6001.4%96.8%
14Benton County, Washington$47,1701.0%97.8%
15Island County, Washington$40,8390.9%98.7%
16Kittitas County, Washington$38,9810.8%99.5%
17Whitman County, Washington$23,9240.5%100.0%
18Stevens County, Washington$15,7120.3%100.4%
19Pend Oreille County, Washington$10,9180.2%100.6%
20Franklin County, Washington$10,6060.2%100.9%
21Chelan County, Washington$6,2860.1%101.0%
22Walla Walla County, Washington$5,8580.1%101.1%
23Clark County, Washington$-1,666-0.0%101.1%
24Whatcom County, Washington$-3,859-0.1%101.0%
25Lewis County, Washington$-6,792-0.1%100.8%
26Pierce County, Washington$-39,090-0.8%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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