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Top 100 Biggest Cities in New York

Can you guess the top 100 biggest cities in New York?
According to the 2019 Estimate
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#
City
Population
1
New York City
8,336,817
2
Buffalo
255,284
3
Rochester
205,695
4
Yonkers
200,370
5
Syracuse
142,327
6
Albany
96,460
7
New Rochelle
78,557
8
Mount Vernon
67,345
9
Schenectady
65,273
10
Utica
59,750
11
White Plains
58,109
12
Hempstead
55,113
13
Troy
49,154
14
Niagara Falls
47,720
15
Binghamton
44,399
16
Freeport
42,956
17
Valley Stream
37,431
18
Long Beach
33,454
19
Spring Valley
32,261
20
Rome
32,148
21
Ithaca
30,837
22
Poughkeepsie
30,515
23
North Tonawanda
30,245
24
Port Chester
29,163
25
Jamestown
29,058
26
Harrison
28,943
27
Saratoga Springs
28,212
28
Middletown
28,189
29
Newburgh
28,177
30
Glen Cove
27,166
31
Elmira
27,054
32
Kiryas Joel
26,813
33
Lindenhurst
26,801
34
Auburn
26,173
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City
Population
35
Watertown
24,838
36
Ossining
24,812
37
Rockville Centre
24,550
38
Peekskill
24,295
39
Kingston
22,793
40
Garden City
22,454
41
Lockport
20,305
42
Plattsburgh
19,515
43
Lynbrook
19,448
44
Mineola
19,207
45
Mamaroneck
19,131
46
Cortland
18,670
47
Scarsdale
17,871
48
Amsterdam
17,766
49
Lackawanna
17,720
50
Oswego
17,236
51
Massapequa Park
17,143
52
Cohoes
16,687
53
Floral Park
15,844
54
Rye
15,695
55
Westbury
15,351
56
Kenmore
15,020
57
Depew
15,011
58
Gloversville
14,747
59
Tonawanda
14,745
60
Batavia
14,379
61
Glens Falls
14,262
62
Johnson City
14,161
63
Beacon
13,968
64
Oneonta
13,907
65
Olean
13,437
66
Geneva
12,631
67
Endicott
12,532
#
City
Population
68
Patchogue
12,321
69
Haverstraw
12,045
70
Babylon
11,992
71
Dunkirk
11,756
72
Tarrytown
11,370
73
Fulton
11,102
74
Woodbury
11,089
75
Lake Grove
11,056
76
Dobbs Ferry
11,027
77
Suffern
11,007
78
Oneida
10,894
79
Mount Kisco
10,795
80
Corning
10,538
81
Ogdensburg
10,436
82
Fredonia
10,303
83
Great Neck
10,209
84
Massena
10,200
85
West Haverstraw
10,189
86
Canandaigua
10,156
87
Lancaster
10,109
88
Sleepy Hollow
10,046
89
Watervliet
9,900
90
East Rockaway
9,814
91
New Hyde Park
9,807
92
Hamburg
9,712
93
Rye Brook
9,521
94
Amityville
9,399
95
Rensselaer
9,171
96
Farmingdale
9,002
97
Potsdam
8,991
98
Newark
8,836
99
Airmont
8,786
100
New Square
8,763
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Level 65
Apr 4, 2020
Woah, this is a list of the biggest cities and towns in New York. Towns are distinctly different from cities, as they comprise multiple townships, or villages, into one area, that are loosely associated with each other. To show this difference, google Brookhaven, and see how largely it is. Clearly not one city. To make it easy for you, I would suggest changing the title to the largest cities and towns in New York state. Else, I would recommend changing the data to include New York's cities, as well as its VILLAGES. No one in the state of New York associates with their town over their village. A resident living in the village of Bronxville in the town of Eastchester would say they live in Bronxville, not Eastchester. Associated processes with cities, like police, sanitation, schooling and administration, are more directly tied to villages than towns. For all intents and purposes, a list of cities in New York is a list of its actual cities, and its villages, not its towns.
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Level 58
Apr 4, 2020
think of it as municipalities then
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Level 72
May 5, 2023
Everywhere else in the world, a town is a small city and a village is an even smaller, usually rural town.
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Level 67
Aug 31, 2020
Much of these are villages within towns. Like Franklin Square and Elmont are both villages within the Town of Hempstead
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Level 26
Mar 9, 2021
yayyy the place where I used to live is on here