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The Village Of Ossining Declares A Snow Emergency

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The Village of Ossining is declaring a Snow Emergency, effective at midnight tonight, Wednesday, February 17, 2021, until further notice. During a Snow Emergency stopping / standing / parking is prohibited on designated Snow Emergency Streets. That means you will be towed if you leave your car on a Snow Emergency Street after Midnight tonight, Wednesday, February 17, 2021. In accordance with the provisions of § 250-28(1) of the Village of Ossining Code, Snow Emergency Streets are established as follows:

  • Broad Avenue, South From South Highland Avenue to State Street;
  • Croton Avenue, Both Sides, Entire length;
  • Dale Avenue, Both Sides, Entire length;
  • Edward Street, West Side, From Broad Avenue to Washington Avenue;
  • Everett Avenue, South Side, From South Highland Avenue to Spring Street;
  • Ferris Place, West Side, Entire length;
  • Lafayette Avenue, South Side, From Spring Street to State Street;
  • Main Street, Both Sides, Entire length;
  • North Highland Avenue, Both Sides, Entire length;
  • Pleasantville Road, Both Sides, Entire length;
  • Secor Road, Both Sides, Entire length;
  • South Highland Avenue, Both Sides, Entire length;
  • Spring Street, West Side, Entire length;
  • State Street, West Side, Entire length;
  • William Street, South Side, From South Highland Avenue to State Street.

Please do your best to stay off of the roads and be sure to observe all parking ordinances to allow for passage of emergency responders.

The Recreation Department is prepared to have the emergency shelter at the Community Center staffed and operational, should the need arise– this will be decided tomorrow, Thursday, February 18, 2021. 

As always, we recommend that you prepare for the worst: keep flashlights and extra batteries at the ready, charge up your cell phones and laptops, and check in on elderly friends and neighbors. In the event of a power outage, call 1-800-75-CONED, or text “REG” to “OUTAGE” to make a report. You can also download the ConEd app on your iPhone or Android smartphone to easily report outages and check on estimated restoration times — you will need to have your account number handy to register with the app, so be sure to have it on hand to get set up. You can also use these services to report downed wires, which should also be reported to the police department.

After the storm ends, please be sure to shovel out any fire hydrants that might be near your property. Also, when clearing the sidewalk in front of your home or business, please shovel the full width of the sidewalk and not just a narrow path, Local law says this must be done within six (6) hours of the end of snowfall. We are all in this together!

The Snow Emergency remains in effect until further notice.