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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

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For additional information, refer to Title 44, Code of the Federal Regulations at §§ 206.48(a)(1) and 206.203(c).

Fiscal Year (FY)Statewide   IndicatorCountywide IndicatorSmall Project MinimumLarge Project Threshold
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$1.20$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$125,100
2019*$1.50$3.78$3,200$128,900
2020$1.53$3.84$3,300$131,100
2021$1.55$3.89$3,320$132,800
2022$1.63$4.10$3,500$139,800
2023$1.77$4.44$3,800$1,000,000**

*These FY 2014 figures apply to incidents declared on or after February 26, 2014, through September 30, 2014, per the Simplified Procedures Final Rule published February 26, 2014.

**The $1,000,000 Large Project Threshold also applies to unobligated projects in incidents declared on or after March 13, 2020, per the Simplified Procedures Rule published August 3, 2022.