Subtotal, Disaster Payments in Hot Springs County, Wyoming totaled $5.6 million from 1995-2017.

Counties in Hot Springs County, Wyoming Receiving Subtotal, Disaster Payments payments, 1995-2017

Rank County Subtotal, Disaster Payments
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Campbell County, Wyoming$47,053,90312.7%12.7%
2Crook County, Wyoming$35,350,9389.5%22.2%
3Fremont County, Wyoming$26,048,4487.0%29.3%
4Johnson County, Wyoming$25,849,9827.0%36.3%
5Natrona County, Wyoming$24,405,3386.6%42.9%
6Weston County, Wyoming$21,189,6405.7%48.6%
7Niobrara County, Wyoming$20,258,2075.5%54.0%
8Goshen County, Wyoming$19,822,4865.4%59.4%
9Converse County, Wyoming$15,959,4714.3%63.7%
10Platte County, Wyoming$15,822,6504.3%68.0%
11Big Horn County, Wyoming$14,966,3434.0%72.0%
12Laramie County, Wyoming$14,906,0584.0%76.0%
13Sheridan County, Wyoming$14,811,2594.0%80.0%
14Carbon County, Wyoming$11,344,3663.1%83.1%
15Lincoln County, Wyoming$10,931,7983.0%86.1%
16Sublette County, Wyoming$10,815,6602.9%89.0%
17Albany County, Wyoming$8,306,9132.2%91.2%
18Washakie County, Wyoming$8,055,5932.2%93.4%
19Sweetwater County, Wyoming$7,525,7542.0%95.4%
20Park County, Wyoming$5,954,3961.6%97.0%
21Hot Springs County, Wyoming$5,627,0101.5%98.5%
22Uinta County, Wyoming$5,356,4581.4%100.0%
23Teton County, Wyoming$15,2800.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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