State of Emergency Lifted in Oneonta

State of Emergency

Lifted in Oneonta

Travel Ban Still in Place For County

ONEONTA – Though the snow emergency has been lifted for the City of Oneonta, Mayor Gary Herzig is still advising caution when traveling  the snowy streets.

“There are many pedestrians in the roads and visibility is restricted due to the large amount of snow lining the streets,” he said. “Drivers and pedestrians alike should use extreme caution.  Let’s all work together to get through this storm safely.”

The Snow Emergency, however, remains in effect.  On-street parking will remain prohibited until further notice to allow for snow removal and adequate space for safe travel.  Vehicles parked on City streets will be towed.

The State of Emergency and travel ban is still in place for Otsego County.

 


One thought on “State of Emergency Lifted in Oneonta

  1. Kathleen Peters

    From the New York State website:

    Winter Storm Update

    LAST UPDATED: MARCH 15, 2017 | 7:30 AM EDT

    The travel ban and the tractor trailer ban on I-84 is lifted. A temporary tractor trailer ban remains in effect on I-81, I-86/Route 17, I-87 from Albany to the Canadian border, I-88 and on all of the New York State Thruway.

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