RENO, Nev. (AP) - Following are the figures for Nevada cities and unincorporated parts of counties with federal flood insurance policies subsidized under the National Flood Insurance Program, according to documents at the Federal Emergency Management Administration reviewed by The Associated Press.
The first column is the location.
The second column is the number of polices receiving rate discounts as a result of federal subsidies as of Dec. 31, 2012.
The third column is the number of policies facing annual increases of 25 percent.
The fourth column is the number of policies facing annual increases of up to 18 percent.
The fifth column is the percentage of total policy holders in the community who will face an increase of up to 18 percent or more.
The sixth column is the total amount of claims paid since the community joined the federal program.
The seventh column is the total number of policies in the community, including those that are not discounted.
The eighth column is the total insurance coverage among policies in the community as of Dec. 31, 2012.
The ninth column is the total insurance premiums among policies in the community as of Dec. 31, 2012.
RENO, CITY OF 287 34 253 25% $6.2 million 1,161$308.9 million $832,080
WASHOE COUNTY215 32 18321% $3.8 million 1,014$258.9 million $756,849
SPARKS, CITY OF 136133 336% $17.6 million 383$159.7 million $1,059,461
DOUGLAS COUNTY129 2710212% $2.9 million 1,115$300.2 million $781,072
CLARK COUNTY 100 28 72 3% $4.7 million 3,675$743.6 million $1,458,801