The Local Government Spending & Revenue database contains spending, debt and revenue levels of counties, cities, towns, villages and school districts throughout the state, excluding only New York City. Use this database to view a single local government entity, to compare like entities to one another, or to create categorical rankings.

2015 Statewide City Rankings: Fines Per Capita
 

Rank City Amount
1. White Plains $150
2. Yonkers $92
3. Mount Vernon $59
4. Hudson $58
5. Albany $44
6. Rye $42
7. New Rochelle $37
8. Tonawanda $35
9. Rochester $33
10. Poughkeepsie $30
11. Peekskill $29
12. Saratoga Springs $24
13. Buffalo $24
14. Troy $23
15. Dunkirk $23
16. Long Beach $22
17. Glen Cove $21
18. Corning $20
19. Syracuse $20
20. Newburgh $19
21. Oneonta $18
22. Canandaigua $18
23. Port Jervis $17
24. Oswego $16
25. Mechanicville $15
26. Salamanca $15
27. Binghamton $14
28. Amsterdam $13
29. Middletown $13
30. Schenectady $13
31. Beacon $13
32. Plattsburgh $13
33. Lackawanna $12
34. North Tonawanda $12
35. Auburn $12
36. Cortland $11
37. Niagara Falls $11
38. Utica $11
39. Glens Falls $10
40. Cohoes $10
41. Kingston $9
42. Geneva $9
43. Lockport $9
44. Oneida $9
45. Batavia $8
46. Little Falls $7
47. Hornell $7
48. Fulton $7
49. Ogdensburg $4
50. Watertown $4
51. Olean $4
52. Norwich $3
53. Jamestown $3
54. Rome $2
55. Sherrill $1
56. Watervliet $0
Source: Office of State Comptroller, with further calculations
by the Empire Center for Public Policy

(Ranks = Highest to Lowest)