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Driving Somewhere in The Snow? Think Again

TZB WebCam Snow 20170314Nyack, March 14 7:30a — If you are thinking “What Me Worry? I’m a Snow Warrior!” and are planning to drive to work this morning, take a look at the Tappan Zee Bridge…and think again. This NYS Thruway webcam photo from 7:33a should give you second thoughts about getting your blizzard bravado on. You can take a look at Whats’ Up on the TZB 24/7 at
The Village of Nyack has declared a Snow Emergency in anticipation of the blizzard. New York could see record snow fall for March. In Nyack, 12-24 inches are predicted.
Any cars parked on streets that are in the snow emergency zone must be moved either into private driveways or into the village lots until the emergency is lifted. If you don’t have off street parking where you live, you can park for free in village lots until the snow emergency has been lifted. You can read the official announcement at
Sidewalks in the Village of Nyack must be cleared of snow within 24 hours of the end of the storm to permit residents and visitors to pass safely without walking in streets.
If you don’t have a driveway and live in the snow emergency zone, here are places you can park while restrictions are in effect:
Artopee Way Parking Lot
Riverspace Parking Lot
Spear Street Parking Lot
Catherine Street Parking Lot
Nyack Marina Parking Lot (south side)
Parking will be free in these lots during  the Snow Emergency Declaration. People parked in these lots will have 12 hours after the Snow Emergency has been lifted to move their cars out of the lot.

SNOW EMERGENCY Parking Restrictions

Upon the official announcement that a Snow Emergency has been declared in the Village of Nyack, the following streets will become no parking zones under special parking restrictions as referenced in Village Code Section 330-55 until the Snow Emergency has been lifted:
Nyack Snow Emergency Zone, Jan 2012[half]
  • Broadway (from Cedar Hill Avenue to Fifth Avenue)
  • Main Street (from Franklin Street to Water Street)
  • Franklin Street (from Cedar Hill Avenue to Fifth Avenue)
  • 1st Avenue (all)
  • 2nd Avenue (all)
  • 3rd Avenue (all)
  • 4th Avenue (all)
  • Ackerman Lane (all)
  • Bridge Street (all)
  • Burd Street (from Franklin Street to Water Street)
  • Cedar Street (all)
  • Church Street (all)
  • Court Street (all)

    • Depew Avenue (from Franklin Street to Memorial Park)
    • Florence Street (all)
    • Gedney Street (all)
    • High Avenue (from Franklin Street to Gedney Street)
    • Hudson Avenue (from Franklin Street to Piermont Avenue)
    • Jefferson Street (all)
    • Liberty Street (all)
    • Lydecker Street (all)
    • Marion Street (all)
    • New Street (all)
    • Park Street (all)
    • Piermont Avenue (all)
    • Remsen Street (all)
    • Spear Street (all)
    • Water Street (all)

    Village officials ask residents that have a hydrant in front of their home to shovel it out.  Also, if you see a power line down call Orange and Rockland at 877-434-4100.

Nyack People & Places, a weekly series that features photos and profiles of citizens and scenes near Nyack, NY, is sponsored by Sun River Health.

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