Economy
Tourism Revenue, per Resident

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Tourism Revenue, per Resident

What does this measure?

The amount of money (in 2017 dollars) spent by visitors while in the region. This includes recreation, hotel bookings, fuel purchases, and other visitor expenditures.

Why is this important?

Tourism brings external money into a region's economy, fueling the development of new industry and attractions. The sense that a region is a tourist destination also increases regional pride.

How is the region performing?

Visitors to the Mid-Hudson Valley contributed almost $2.5 billion to the region's economy in 2017, or $2,210 per resident. Statewide (excluding NYC), the figure was $2,100 per resident. The regional rate in 2017 was up 7% from 2007, a pre-recession peak. Revenue fell in 2008 and 2009, but has increased every year since 2010, with the per-resident figure increasing 18% over that period. Among individual counties, Sullivan had the highest per-person revenue from tourism in 2017 at $5,960, followed by Greene at $3,600 and Ulster at $3,300. Putnam, at $640 per-person had the lowest tourism revenue rate in the region.

Notes about the data

The figures are presented per county resident to allow comparisons among counties of different sizes, but the spending is by tourists. New York State data excludes the heavy concentration of tourism in New York City. Data for this indicator are expected to be released in the third quarter.

Tourism Revenue, per Resident
2005200620072008200920102011201220132014201520162017
Region$1,993$2,045$2,058$2,024$1,834$1,877$1,892$1,923$1,945$1,984$2,047$2,136$2,210
Columbia County$1,779$1,916$1,958$1,895$1,774$1,810$1,884$1,973$1,997$2,063$2,194$2,353$2,551
Dutchess County$1,905$1,926$1,962$1,886$1,687$1,707$1,706$1,707$1,706$1,780$1,850$1,970$2,035
Greene County$3,512$3,654$3,437$3,416$3,134$3,165$3,203$3,180$3,236$3,339$3,301$3,405$3,597
Orange County$1,295$1,336$1,343$1,306$1,149$1,159$1,191$1,221$1,221$1,240$1,255$1,276$1,288
Putnam County$686$677$690$680$622$616$598$564$585$595$614$645$638
Sullivan County$4,927$4,561$4,408$4,773$4,586$5,004$4,935$5,050$4,957$5,079$5,344$5,681$5,958
Ulster County$2,675$2,948$3,061$2,933$2,628$2,654$2,708$2,787$2,939$2,944$3,062$3,152$3,272
NYS (excluding NYC)$1,912$1,935$2,026$2,004$1,785$1,830$1,878$1,917$1,922$1,955$1,998$2,046$2,089

Source: NYS Empire State Development
Notes: Figures are in constant 2017 dollars.




Total Tourism Revenue
2005200620072008200920102011201220132014201520162017
Region$2,253,404,602$2,318,656,467$2,340,504,573$2,306,915,897$2,093,063,178$2,143,419,339$2,164,057,469$2,193,817,254$2,217,682,284$2,258,162,822$2,326,185,864$2,428,593,926$2,519,484,349
Columbia County$113,382,747$121,539,883$124,167,794$119,869,195$111,806,858$114,154,335$117,844,207$123,253,929$124,247,968$127,919,250$135,059,696$143,545,798$154,626,324
Dutchess County$560,775,069$567,505,083$579,380,349$558,725,944$500,856,607$507,631,835$509,140,730$507,714,338$506,687,471$527,016,531$546,395,409$580,408,198$601,566,649
Greene County$172,588,076$180,926,768$170,239,364$168,990,053$154,709,742$155,789,481$156,478,457$154,536,845$156,400,496$160,229,915$157,286,335$161,791,964$170,762,868
Orange County$472,011,004$490,214,467$494,696,899$483,326,424$427,519,526$432,053,250$446,006,207$456,782,798$457,995,919$466,349,496$473,888,160$484,845,165$492,491,607
Putnam County$68,270,878$67,248,721$68,581,867$67,639,325$62,015,519$61,398,073$59,721,644$56,200,865$58,386,927$59,302,620$61,070,924$63,890,342$63,336,592
Sullivan County$378,289,316$352,243,276$343,799,532$371,158,774$356,099,649$387,940,341$380,547,238$388,939,493$382,025,105$385,260,599$401,545,918$428,147,220$449,713,928
Ulster County$488,087,513$538,978,270$559,638,768$537,206,183$480,055,278$484,452,024$494,318,986$506,388,986$531,938,398$532,084,413$550,939,421$565,965,239$586,986,381
NYS (excluding NYC)$21,255,196,113$21,497,608,835$22,522,383,438$22,338,544,043$19,948,340,834$20,503,829,888$21,098,101,661$21,553,120,449$21,630,932,970$21,997,566,910$22,448,370,042$22,956,750,691$23,448,035,959

Source: NYS Empire State Development
Notes: Figures are in constant 2017 dollars.




INDICATORS TREND | STATE
Children Living in Poverty Increasing
Children Living in Poverty, by Race/Ethnicity Decreasing
Single-Parent Families Increasing
Single-Parent Families, by Race/Ethnicity Decreasing
Rate of Child Abuse and Neglect Increasing
Rate of Foster Care Admissions Maintaining
Teen Pregnancy Decreasing
Live Births to Teen Mothers Decreasing
Juvenile Delinquency Intakes Decreasing
Bullying at School Decreasing
Average Charitable Giving Increasing
Voter Registration Rate Maintaining
Voter Participation Rate Increasing
Total Population Increasing
Population by Age Decreasing
Population by Race/Ethnicity Increasing
Household Types Increasing
Change in Total Jobs Increasing
Foreign-Born Population Increasing
Employment by Sector Not Applicable
Spending for County Government Increasing
Tourism Revenue Increasing
Preschoolers Receiving Special Education Services Increasing
Prekindergarten Participation Increasing
Students Receiving Special Education Services Increasing
Per-Student Spending Increasing
Student Performance on Grade 4 English, by Student Group Increasing
Student Performance on Grade 4 English, by Race/Ethnicity Increasing
Student Performance on Grade 4 Math, by Student Group Increasing
Student Performance on Grade 4 Math, by Race/Ethnicity Increasing
High School Cohort Graduation Rate Increasing
High School Cohort Dropout Rate Decreasing
High School GED Rate Decreasing
Plans of High School Graduates Increasing
Education Levels of Adults Increasing
Education Levels of Adults, by Race/Ethnicity Increasing
Median Household Income Decreasing
Median Household Income, by Race/Ethnicity Decreasing
People Living in Poverty Increasing
People Living in Poverty, by Race/Ethnicity Increasing
Seniors Living in Poverty Decreasing
Children Receiving Subsidized Child Care Maintaining
Veterans Living in Poverty Maintaining
Economically Disadvantaged Students Increasing
Earned Income Tax Credit Participation Maintaining
Living Wage Rate by Household Type Increasing
Income in Relation to Poverty Level Maintaining
People Without Health Insurance Decreasing
Early Prenatal Care, by Mother's Race/Ethnicity Not Applicable
Domestic Violence Increasing
Deaths from Drug Overdoses Increasing
Babies with Low Birth Weights Maintaining
People Living wth HIV Decreasing
Mental Health Clinic Visits Decreasing
Homeownership Rates Maintaining
Homeless Persons Decreasing
Housing Affordability for Homeowners Maintaining
Housing Affordability for Renters Increasing
Violent Crimes Decreasing


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