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Snow emergency NOT declared in Schenectady; no parking allowed on priority streets (with list); Albany declares emergency

Snow emergency NOT declared in Schenectady; no parking allowed on priority streets (with list); Albany declares emergency

A snow emergency has not been declared in the City of Schenectady, according to city police. However

A snow emergency has not been declared in the City of Schenectady, according to city police.

However, there is no parking on priority streets until the snow has stopped and the entire street has been cleared.

Priority streets include the following:

-- State Street (entire length)

-- Union Street (entire length)

-- Crane Street (entire length)

-- Van Vranken Avenue (entire length)

-- Brandywine Avenue (entire length)

-- Altamont Avenue (entire length)

-- Eastern Avenue (from Nott Terrace to McClellan Street)

-- Albany Street (from Veeder Avenue to Elm Street)

-- Broadway (from State Street south to city line)

-- McClellan Street (from State Street to Rugby Road)

-- Nott Street (from Erie Boulevard to Wendell Avenue)

-- Chrisler Avenue (from Main Avenue to Altamont Avenue)

-- Michigan Avenue (from Route 890 to Chrisler Avenue)

-- Parkwood Boulevard (from Union Street to the Plaza)

-- Glenwood Boulevard (from Union Street to the Plaza)

Meanwhile, the City of Albany has issued a snow emergency, beginning at 8 p.m. today. At that time, all normal parking rules and regulations will be temporarily suspended. During the first 24 hours of the snow emergency, all vehicles must be parked on the even-numbered side of the street.

Beginning at 8 p.m. Thursday, all vehicles must be parked on the odd-numbered side of the street for the next 24-hour period.

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