GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- Town Supervisor Paul Feiner has declared a state of emergency in the town of Greenburgh because of the snowstorm that is expected to last until late Tuesday.
All cars should be off town roads by 9 p.m. on Monday. Residents are reminded to keep all vehicles off town roadways for the duration of the storm.
If town roads are not passable by Town emergency vehicles and snow plows due to parked cars, cars will be towed.
The Greenburgh Emergency Operations Center will be open at Greenburgh Police Headquarters starting at 5 p.m. Monday and will remain open as long as needed.
All town programs and events should be cancelled for Monday afternoon and all day and evening Tuesday.
Tuesday garbage collection is cancelled and re-scheduled for Wednesday. Wednesday recycling collection is cancelled.
Hartsdale Parking Authority has advised that commuters are required to remove their vehicles from the Parking Authority property by 7 p.m. Monday evening.
Site A overnight permit holders may leave their cars in Site A without feeding meters on Tuesday, Jan. 27 and Wednesday, Jan. 28.
The town has offered free parking in the parking lot of Webb Field on Central Avenue. The Theodore D. Young Community Center will be the Town Emergency Shelter if there are power outages.
The Greenburgh parks department (nutrition program) is providing elderly members of the community who receive meals as part of its meals and wheels program with extra food in the event we can't get to their homes during the storm.
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