Exxon Mobil was found liable Monday for polluting the city's ground water.
A jury awarded the city $105 million in its suit against the oil company.
The city sued Exxon Mobil for the cost of removing a gasoline additive from drinking wells in Jamaica, Queens.
It argued the company ignored warnings not to use the additive in areas where groundwater is used for drinking.
Exxon Mobil released a statement after the verdict saying they were not the source of the contamination, and they will weigh their legal options.