By early June, because of Disaster 4117 storms, the federal government had approved grants totaling nearly $4 million, or about three-fourths of the cost, to pay for 21 hazard mitigation projects plus the costs of state management services. Grantees paid the rest. Click or tap on a column hearing to re-order the table. Search by city, county or other jurisdiction.

GranteeCountyProjectTotal AmountFederal Share
StillwaterPayneIndividual Safe Rooms$1,887,528$1,415,646
Oklahoma CityOklahomaIndividual Safe Rooms (504)$1,344,002$1,008,002
Oklahoma Department of Emergency ManagementState Management Cost$409,702$409,702
NewcastleMcClainIndividual Safe Rooms$405,000$303,750
Comanche CountyComancheMulti-Hazard Mitigation Plan Update$122,948$92,211
Sequoyah CountySequoyahMulti-Hazard Mitigation Plan Update$113,596$85,197
McClain CountyMcClainMulti-Hazard Mitigation Plan Update$102,548$76,911
Payne CountyPayneMulti-Hazard Mitigation Plan Update$97,108$72,831
Modoc Tribe of OklahomaOttawaIndividual Safe Rooms (23)$76,705$57,529
Oklahoma State UniversityPayneOutdoor Lightning Protection and Detection System$73,380$55,035
Washington CountyWashingtonMulti-Hazard Mitigation Plan$65,484$49,113
Sand SpringsTulsaMulti-Hazard Mitigation Plan Update$62,604$46,953
Le Flore CountyLe FloreNOAA Weather Radios$58,570$43,928
AdaPontotocMulti-Hazard Mitigation Plan Update$57,208$42,906
Madill Public SchoolsMarshallMulti-Hazard Mitigation Plan$43,332$32,499
WisterLe FloreSirens$34,484$25,863
ClintonCusterNOAA Weather Radios$30,000$22,500
Tonkawa Tribe of OklahomaKayIndividual Safe Rooms$21,340$16,005
VinitaCraigFire Station Generator$9,159$6,869

Source: Federal Emergency Management Agency.

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