July 15, 2014

Disaster 4117: Individual Assistance by City

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As of early June, more than $15 million had been awarded through the federal “Individuals and Households Program” related to the Oklahoma severe storms of spring 2013. Nearly three-fourths of the 13,714 applicants in 63 Oklahoma cities or towns were rejected, although numbers and rejection rates varied widely by city. Two-thirds of the money was for housing assistance and the rest for other needs. Click or tap on a column heading to re-order the table. Search by city.

CityReferralsEligiblePercent EligibleHousingOther NeedsTotal AmountAmt. Per Person
Totals13,714 3,663 27%$10,356,938$4,739,725$15,096,663$4,121
OKLAHOMA CITY 5,354 1,519 28%$3,096,412$1,656,192$4,752,604$3,129
MOORE 4,887 95520%$2,083,703$2,000,348$4,084,051$4,276
EL RENO72721730%$538,013$171,903$709,916$3,272
NEWALLA52519237%$974,119$212,192$1,186,311$6,179
SHAWNEE42215236%$1,302,278$234,380$1,536,658$10,110
NORMAN2798430%$260,390$50,046$310,436$3,696
MIDWEST CITY20312160%$229,397$122,072$351,469$2,905
MUSTANG1312620%$24,827$18,054$42,881$1,649
CHOCTAW1102926%$100,861$652$101,513$3,500
MCLOUD1042726%$96,691$3,284$99,975$3,703
YUKON1012626%$45,072$5,445$50,517$1,943
NOBLE904247%$81,599$14,362$95,961$2,285
SPENCER792835%$81,626$39,500$121,126$4,326
NEWCASTLE7357%$34,750$680$35,430$7,086
DEL CITY582238%$39,577$6,963$46,541$2,115
CARNEY541630%$227,290$39,153$266,443$16,653
HARRAH511529%$51,319$1,736$53,055$3,537
HENRYETTA412254%$98,435$25,978$124,413$5,655
WELLSTON411946%$118,162$4,052$122,214$6,432
UNION CITY381129%$23,049$8,233$31,283$2,844
BETHANY361439%$21,029$978$22,007$1,572
EDMOND3326%$1,168$185$1,353$676
LEXINGTON27726%$5,107$480$5,587$798
PRAGUE27830%$62,801$12,563$75,364$9,421
HEAVENER241667%$244,888$17,933$262,821$16,426
WELEETKA211152%$85,581$29,454$115,036$10,458
DEWAR201680%$126,304$35,022$161,326$10,083
LUTHER20630%$80,164$14,649$94,813$15,802
OKEMAH191474%$47,595$3,779$51,375$3,670
JONES15640%$12,324$1,580$13,904$2,317
TECUMSEH12542%$5,612$0$5,612$1,122
BLANCHARD1119%$3,801$710$4,511$4,511
CHANDLER11218%$2,255$0$2,255$1,128
MEEKER8225%$2,993$0$2,993$1,497
OKMULGEE8338%$1,932$0$1,932$644
PIEDMONT8450%$39,763$260$40,023$10,006
PURCELL6350%$15,712$0$15,712$5,237
WARR ACRES6233%$5,592$0$5,592$2,796
TRYON5120%$26,545$0$26,545$26,545
CALUMET3-0%$0$0$0$0
HINTON33100%$5,039$0$5,039$1,680
POTEAU300%$0$0$0$0
WANETTE300%$0$0$0$0
MACOMB22100%$611$265$876$438
AGRA100%$0$0$0$0
ASHER100%$0$0$0$0
BOLEY100%$0$0$0$0
BYARS11100%$458$185$643$643
CAMERON11100%$25,412$0$25,412$25,412
DAVENPORT11100%$942$0$942$942
GEARY11100%$1,093$0$1,093$1,093
HODGEN11100%$21,806$6,158$27,964$27,964
KONAWA11100%$2,838$0$2,838$2,838
PADEN100%$0$0$0$0
SHADY POINT100%$0$0$0$0
SPIRO100%$0$0$0$0
TALIHINA100%$0$0$0$0
WASHINGTON100%$0$0$0$0
WHITESBORO11100%$0$300$300$300
ARCADIA*000%$0$0$0$0
EARLSBORO*000%$0$0$0$0
MAUD*000%$0$0$0$0
NICOMA PARK*000%$0$0$0$0

*One household registered with FEMA but was not referred for aid.
Source: Federal Emergency Management Agency.