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Per Capita Impact Indicator and Project Thresholds

State- and county-wide public assistance per capita impact indicators and the minimum and maximum project cost thresholds for small projects.

Per Capita Impact Indicator and Project Thresholds
Fiscal Year (FY) Statewide   Indicator Countywide Indicator Small Project Minimum Small Project Maximum

2004

$1.11

$2.77

$1,000

$54,100

2005

$1.14

$2.84

$1,000

$55,500

2006

$1.18

$2.94

$1,000

$57,500

2007

$1.22

$3.05

$1,000

$59,700

2008

$1.24

$3.11

$1,000

$60,900

2009

$1.31

$3.28

$1,000

$64,200

2010

$1.29

$3.23

$1,000

$63,200

2011

$1.30

$3.27

$1,000

$63,900

2012

$1.35

$3.39

$1,000

$66,400

2013

$1.37

$3.45

$1,000

$67,500

2014

$1.39

$3.50

$1,000

$68,500

2014*

$1.39

$3.50

$3,000*

$120,000*

2015

$1.41

$3.56

$3,040

$121,600

2016

$1.41

$3.57

$3,050

$121,800

2017

$1.43

$3.61

$3,100

$123,100

2018

$1.46

$3.68

$3,140

$125,500

2019

$1.50

$3.78

$3,200

$128,900

2020

$1.53

$3.84

$3,300

$131,100

 *From February 26, 2014 through September 30, 2014 per the Simplified Procedures Final Rule published February 26, 2014.
FY 2020 figures are for all disasters declared from October 1, 2019 through September 30, 2020.
For additional information, refer to Title 44, Code of the Federal Regulations at §§ 206.48(a)(1) and 206.203(c).

Last updated Mar 25, 2020