Albany snow emergency info

noreaster radar nws 2011-01-12

The Nor'easter in question, as of 10:18 am Wednesday.

Update: The snow emergency is ending early "due to the response and cooperation of the residents of the City of Albany." It's officially canceled at 8 am Friday (January 14).

The City of Albany has declared a snow emergency, starting tonight (Wednesday) at 8 pm with parking on the EVEN side of the street. Parking flips to the odd side tomorrow (Thursday) at 8 pm.

As part of the snow emergency, the city also opens up additional parking -- that list is after the jump.

For Albany snow emergency updates The snow emergency hotline is 476-SNOW (7669). You can also now get notifications about snow emergencies in the city via text and email (be sure to customize the alerts, otherwise you'll get a bunch of them).

City of Albany Additional Parking snow emergency 2011-01-12

image: National Weather Service


Green Island has also issued a snow emergency, get your cars off the public streets at 730am Thursday morning.

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