Cars may be parked on streets where the snow has already been cleared. If in, doubt check the list of streets open to parking at oneonta.ny.us/city/government/city-snow-removal/.
Herzig said City Hall asked the Cuomo Administration, and state Transportation and Parks & Recreation departments, plus the Thruway Authority, were assisting city crews and private contractors here today.
The mayor thanks Oneonta Job Corps students who have volunteered to shovel out hydrants and intersections, and he called on city residents to help each other. “By all chipping in, we can make our streets accessible and safe for everyone after this historic record snowfall,” said Herzig. “Helping each other is what we do in Oneonta.”