---Due to the forecast of snow; the parking plan for snow removal for the Village of Catskill will be initiated on Saturday, December 29 at 8 p.m. All vehicles should be parked on the odd side of the village streets from 8pm-8am, vehicles should then be parked on the even side of the street from 8am-8pm. Vehicles should continue to witch sides of the street every 12 hours, until the snow emergency has been cancelled. Parking enforcement will remain in effect for a period of 72 hours for clean up purposes.
Effective this evening, there will be no parking on Main Street from Greene Street to Summit Avenue beginning 8 pm on December 29, 2012, to ensure that Main Street is one of the first streets to be cleared of snow. Residents who usually park on Main Street should utilize municipal parking lots.
Any vehicle parked on the roadway in violation of the parking regulations which hinder the removal of snow will be ticketed and towed at the owner’s expense.
Any questions may be answered by calling the Village of Catskill Department of Public Works at 943-5595 of the Village of Catskill Police Department at 943-2244.
---The Town of Waterford Highway Department has declared a snow emergency starting at 12pm Saturday 29th until further notice. All residents must follow all snow emergency signs. If not, your vehicle will be towed.
---Important Snow Emergency Announcement
Due to the response and cooperation of the residents of the City of Albany, the snow emergency declared Thursday, December 27, 2012, will be officially terminated--10 hours early--as of 10:00 a.m. today, December 29, 2012.
Mayor Jennings stated, “Once again, I want to thank the citizens of Albany for both their cooperation and patience during the snow emergency period. Clearly, without the understanding of our residents, we would not be in the position to end the snow emergency earlier than anticipated.”
All normal parking rules and regulations will be restored at this time. For additional information, please contact the Department of General Services at 434-CITY (2489).
---The Town of East Greenbush has announced that the “Snow Emergency” is no longer in effect.
---Ellen M. McNulty-Ryan, Mayor of the Village of Green Island has declared a Snow Emergency. All vehicles must be removed from Village streets by 7:00 a.m. Friday morning, December 28, 2012 beginning in the area of Albany Avenue. Vehicles not moved will be ticketed and towed at the owner’s expense. Off street parking for village residents is available at Veteran’s Memorial Stadium, Ford Motor Company parking lot, Honeywell/Bendix lot (Tibbits Avenue lot only), Cannon Street (directly behind the Paine Street Park), Hudson Avenue municipal lots, Cornerstone municipal lot (adjacent to the Green Island Bridge) and the Lafayette Park lot. These parking lots will be available later tonight and we suggest that residents move their vehicles to these lots only after they are plowed.
Cars will not be allowed back on the streets until snow removal operations are completed. Please call the Green Island Police Department at 273-2401 or the Village Office at 273-2201 during regular business hours if further information is needed.
---SNOW EMERGENCY ANNOUNCEMENT
Please be advised that the City of Albany has issued a SNOW EMERGENCY that will begin at 8:00 PM on Thursday, December 27, 2012, at which time all normal parking rules and regulations are temporarily suspended.
During the first 24 hours of the snow emergency, all vehicles must be parked on the even numbered side of the street.
Beginning at 8:00 P.M. Friday, December 28, 2012, all vehicles must be parked on the odd numbered side of the street for the next 24-hour period.
If you are parked on the wrong side of the street during the snow emergency your car will be ticketed and may result in it being towed.
After the second 24-hour period please stay tuned for further announcements. For SNOW EMERGENCY information, call 476-SNOW or log into the city of Albany’s website at www.albanyny.gov.
If your vehicle has been towed, call Albany Police Department at 438-4000 for information on how to retrieve your vehicle. Snow emergency brochures, which outline all of the Snow Emergency procedures, can be picked up at any City firehouse, police station or branches of the Albany Public Library. Thank you for your cooperation.
Snow Emergency Additional Parking
Due to the snow emergency declared for the City of Albany to start at 8:00 p.m. January 12, 2011, the City of Albany has made available additional parking located at various lots in the city the locations are as follows:
ARBOR HILL/SHERIDAN HOLLOW
1. PARKING AREA ADJOINING ARBOR HILL SOFTBALL FIELD
(NORTH LARK ST.)
2. 230 COLONIE ST. (PLAYGROUND LOT)
3. 178 COLONIE ST. (PLAYGROUND LOT)
4. TEN BROECK MANSION (PARKING LOT & SIDEWALK WEST END)
5. 124 SECOND STREET (PLAYGROUND LOT)
1. RIDGEFIELD PARK (ENTER ON PARTRIDGE ST.)
2. WOODLAWN PARK LITTLE LEAGUE
3. WATERSON PARK (WESTLAND HILLS) ENTER ON COLVIN AVE.
4. WASHINGTON PARK (ALL ROADWAYS AND PARKING AREAS)
1. KRANK PARK AREA
2. FRANKLIN ST. (BETWEEN SCHUYLER & BASSETT STS. – EAST SIDE)
3. LINCOLN PARK (ALL INTERIOR ROADWAYS & PARKING AREA)
4. FRISBEE AVENUE PARKING LOT BETWEEN SECOND AVE. AND MCCARTY AVE.
1. 77 PHILIP ST. (PLAYGROUND)
2. 88 PHILIP ST. (PLAYGROUND)
3. 179 MYRTLE AVE. (LOT IN FRONT OF COMMUNITY GARDENS)
1. PARKING AREA ACROSS FROM NORTH ALBANY AMERICAN LEGION POST
1. BLEECKER STADIUM (PARKING AREA & ROADWAYS)
2. NORTH SIDE OF LIVINGSTON AVE. (OPPOSITE JUDSON ST.) Parking Lot
---The City of Albany has declared a snow emergency for Thursday night. Therefore, Price Chopper Capital Holiday Lights will be closed so that Washington Park may be used for residents' vehicles.
---Sullivan County offices will open for normal business hours Thursday, December 27th, 2012.
---The Thompson Town Hall will be opening at 10 a.m. on Thursday, December 27th, 2012.
---Village of Waterford:
Please be advised that a snow emergency is in effect in the Village of Waterford from 12pm NOON Thursday, Dec. 27th until all streets are plowed and pushed back. Any vehicles not moved or interfering with snow plowing operations on village streets or the village parking lot will be towed at owner’s expense. Alternate side parking is not in effect in the Village of Waterford.
-The Town of Waterford Highway Department has declared a snow emergency starting at 12 a.m. December 27th. Until further notice, all residents must follow all snow emergency signs.
-The Village of Castleton on Hudson is issuing a snow emergency from 6:00 pm Wednesday, December 26th to 6:00pm Thursday, December 27th.
-Snow emergency for the Town of Schodack beginning today, 12/26/12 at 8 p.m. until tomorrow, 12/27/12 at 8 p.m. No on street parking during this time.
-The City of Mechanicville has issued a snow emergency going into effect at 9pm on Wednesday 12/26/12. Even parking for the first 24 hours and then residents switch to odd side parking.
-City of Newburgh: SNOW EMERGENCY DECLARED
Acting City Manager Michael J. Vatter has declared a snow emergency in the City of Newburgh effective at 6 p.m. today, December 26, 2012.
A snow emergency automatically goes into effect at any time there has been an accumulation of snow and ice of 2 1/2 inches or more.
During a snow emergency, alternate side of the street parking regulations are in effect as follows:
•On north-south streets, parking is permitted on the east side of the street only for 24 hours, from 6 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, and Friday of each week, and on the west side of the street only for 24 hours, from 6 p.m. Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.
•On east-west streets, parking shall be permitted only on the north side of the street for 24 hours from 6 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and on the south side of the street only for 24 hours from 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.
•On all other City streets, the Police Department will designate the side of the street on which parking is permitted, with parking being allowed on one side of the street on Monday, Wednesday and Friday each week, and on the other side, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. Permitted parking on each side of the street will be from 6 p.m. from the time the emergency is declared, until 24 hours thereafter.
•No parking will be allowed at all on designated snow emergency routes. Snow emergency routes are as follows: Broadway, both sides from West Street to the City line, Dupont Avenue, Lake Street, Leroy Place, and Little Britain Road, both sides, entire length, North Street, both sides from Leroy Place to Robinson Avenue, Robinson Avenue, and South Robinson Avenue, South Street, South Water Street, and Water Street (Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Blvd.), both sides entire length.
•Parking is allowed in City parking lots on Ann Street, Van Ness between Fullerton and Prospect, and on Chambers Street.
•Cars illegally parked during a snow emergency WILL BE TOWED.
•Residents will find snow emergency updates on local radio stations, including WGNY 1220 AM, WBNR, 1260 AM, WHUD, 100.7 FM, WSPK, 104.7, WWLE, 1170 AM, WPDH 101.5 &101.6 FM, WRRV, 92.7 FM & 96.9FM, 94.3/97.3 FM The Wolf, and MIX 97.7-FM; local television stations, and on the Internet at www.midhudsonnews.com and the City website, www.cityofnewburgh-ny.gov. Snow emergency announcements will also be made in English and Spanish on the City Hall Hotline, 569-7398.
-Closure of offices at 3:30 today in Monticello
MONTICELLO, N.Y. - Sullivan County Manager David Fanslau issued the following statement: " The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning for Sullivan County from 2:00 PM today to 1:00 PM Thursday. There is a potential for five to ten inches of snow that will be heavy at times tonight, mixed with sleet and freezing rain.
I have consulted with the Commissioner of Public Safety and the Deputy Commissioner of Public Works. The storm has just started in the lower end of the county. The County offices will close at 3:30 PM today to permit employees safe travel home during daylight hours, and prior to the main impact of the storm. All appointments or clinics for tonight are canceled, and transportation is canceled for Thursday. All homebound meal recipients should use their emergency meals or Thursday.
An assessment will be made early tomorrow morning on the status of office hours for Thursday. However, DPW will work through the night to clear roads. Therefore, I anticipate offices opening for normal hours on Thursday. Please stay turned to area radio stations, media, and the County website further information.
All residents are urged to remain off the roadways, if possible, during the storm this evening, as that will ensure their safety and permit DPW to more effectively clear the roadways."
--The Village of Athens has issued a snow emergency effective 7:00 p.m. December 26th, 2012. All snow emergency laws will be in effect until further notice.
--Village of Catskill:
Due to the forecast of snow, the parking plan for the snow removal for the Village of Catskill will be initiated on Wednesday, December 26, 2012 at 8pm. All vehicles should be parked on the odd side of village streets from 8pm -8am, vehicles should then be parked on the even side of the street from 8am-8pm. Vehicles should continue to switch sides of the street every 12 hours, until the snow emergency has been cancelled. Parking enforcement will remain in effect for a period of 72 hours for clean up purposes.
Effective this evening, there will be no parking on Maine Street from Greene St to Summit Ave beginning at 8pm on December 26th, 2012 to ensure that Main St is one of the first streets to be cleared of snow. Residents who usually park on Main St should utilize the municipal parking lots. Violators will be towed and ticketed.
--PROS, one of the mental health outpatient programs of St. Mary's Healhcare, will be opened on Thursday, December 27th, but there will be no Fulton County transportation.
--Sullivan County Manager David Fanslau has announced that the WIC clinic that was scheduled for Thursday in Livingston Manor has been canceled due to the incoming Winter Storm that will bring five to ten inches of snow tonight and Thursday to the region.
--The Town of East Greenbush has declared that a Snow Emergency will be in effect beginning Wednesday, December 26th, 2012 at 10PM. Local residents are reminded that vehicles are prohibited from parking on any public street during this snow emergency. Vehicles in violation of this local law will be subject to ticketing and/or towing. The “Snow Removal Emergency” will be continued until such time as the storm is over, AND all streets have been cleared.
--Schenectady, New York --- The City of Schenectady is preparing to deal with the impending snow storm that has been forecast for this area. In order to facilitate the most efficient snow removal, all vehicles must be moved off the City’s 16 Priority Streets as posted on the streets, which are listed below, once the snowfall reaches 3-inches. This will allow the City’s snow removal and plowing crews to make sure the main thoroughfares within the City are plowed and passable. Vehicles must remain off the Priority Streets until the snow has stopped falling and the streets have been cleared from curb to curb. Parking Enforcement Officers and City Police Officers will be issuing parking tickets to those vehicles remaining on the Priority Streets after 3” of snow has fallen. In some instances, vehicles may be towed to make way for the plows on these Priority Streets:
Van Vranken Avenue – Entire Length
Nott Street – Erie Blvd. to Wendell Avenue
Union Street – Entire Length
Eastern Avenue – Nott Terrace to McClellan Street
Brandywine Avenue – State Street to Rugby Road
McClellan Street – State Street to Rugby Road
State Street – Entire Length
Erie Blvd. – State Street to I-890 Entrance Ramps
Albany Street – Veeder Avenue to Elm Street
Altamont Avenue – Entire Length
Schuyler Street – Michigan Avenue to Altamont Avenue
Michigan Avenue – Brandywine Avenue to Chrisler Avenue
Crane Street – Broadway to City line
Chrisler Avenue – Altamont Avenue to Crane Street
Broadway – State Street south to City line
Campbell Avenue – Broadway to Fairview Avenue
We advise those of you who normally park on any of the listed Priority Streets to find another place to park until the snow has stopped falling and the streets have been cleared from curb to curb. Do not park on the street if there are still vehicles in front of or behind your parking area where the snow has not yet been plowed. In major storms, the plows will have to make several passes on each priority street to make sure they are completely cleared.