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Community Facilities Loans and Grants (10.766) obligations in Texas by county and program
Dollars and shares using Rural-Urban Continuum

County Rural-Urban Continuum Category Total Obligations (FY2002-2004)
Anderson County Urban 9,850
Atascosa County Urban 2,325,000
Bowie County Urban 8,800
Brazos County Urban 250,000
Brown County Urban 20,000
Burleson County Urban 50,000
Caldwell County Urban 93,800
Callahan County Urban 3,950
Cameron County Urban 444,300
Camp County Rural 24,160
Cass County Rural 765,500
Castro County Rural 87,000
Coleman County Rural 51,000
Colorado County Rural 4,000,000
Comanche County Rural 280,560
Deaf Smith County Rural 48,300
Delta County Urban 22,000
Dimmit County Rural 78,499
Duval County Rural 415,000
Eastland County Rural 71,655
Erath County Rural 55,000
Falls County Rural 13,900
Fannin County Rural 126,943
Fayette County Rural 118,000
Fisher County Rural 1,085,188
Foard County Rural 538,500
Fort Bend County Urban 100,944
Gaines County Rural 79,850
Galveston County Urban 630,000
Gillespie County Rural 19,930
Hamilton County Rural 50,000
Hardeman County Rural 2,484,920
Hardin County Urban 75,000
Hartley County Rural 2,339,000
Hidalgo County Urban 5,236,800
Hill County Rural 54,000
Hunt County Urban 78,660
Jack County Rural 19,400
Jim Hogg County Rural 79,373
Johnson County Urban 1,570,000
Jones County Urban 1,634,850
Karnes County Rural 352,250
Kendall County Urban 50,000
Kimble County Rural 83,000
Knox County Rural 106,425
Leon County Rural 68,000
Live Oak County Rural 80,000
McCulloch County Rural 10,570
McLennan County Urban 133,000
Menard County Rural 683,000
Milam County Rural 736,000
Montague County Rural 30,000
Motley County Rural 4,581,100
Nacogdoches County Urban 170,000
Nolan County Rural 47,305
Nueces County Urban 64,110
Panola County Rural 2,301,000
Presidio County Rural 2,220,250
Red River County Rural 113,375
Robertson County Urban 1,150,227
Rusk County Urban 2,400
San Jacinto County Urban 60,000
Starr County Urban 1,711,514
Throckmorton County Rural 17,500
Upshur County Urban 21,000
Uvalde County Rural 1,977,929
Van Zandt County Rural 68,094
Walker County Urban 115,400
Williamson County Urban 435,000
Wise County Urban 237,100
Wood County Rural 137,600
Young County Rural 25,000

For a more detailed discussion of our scope and methodology and additional details see "Rural Economic Development: More Assurance Is Needed That Grant Funding Information Is Accurately Reported."
(GAO-06-294)