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White Plains Prepares for Storm, Residents Asked to Keep Roads Clear

White Plains is offering free parking to residents for vehicles registered to addresses within the city in the Hamilton-Main and Chester-Maple parking garages starting at 2 p.m. today through noon Wednesday.

WINTER STORM WARNING ISSUED FOR WHITE PLAINS

From the City of White Plains

The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for the White Plains area. Snowfall is expected to intensify during the afternoon and evening hours. The National Weather Service is currently predicting total accumulations of 6 - 8 inches. Please stay tuned to local media for up to date forecasts and current conditions. 

Our Department of Public Works crews are working now and will continue to work through the night to clear the roads as quickly and completely as possible. In order to enable them to do their job it is important that vehicles not be left parked on the street this evening. As a courtesy, the City is offering free parking to White Plains residents for vehicles registered to addresses within the City of White Plains in the Hamilton-Main and Chester-Maple parking garages starting at 2:00 PM today through 12:00 PM NOON tomorrow, Wednesday, January 22nd. All other garages, lots and on-street parking will remain subject to normal enforcement. There will be strict enforcement of the City's ban on overnight on-street parking as vehicles left on the street severely impair our ability to clear the snow and can create hazardous road conditions. 

PROGRAM & ACTIVITY CHANGES & CANCELLATIONS

  • All Youth Bureau activities scheduled for this afternoon and evening are cancelled.
  • All Recreation & Parks Dept. activities and programs scheduled for this afternoon and evening are cancelled.
  • There is no public skating at Ebersole Ice Rink today.
  • Tonight's 6:30 PM program at the White Plains Public Library has been cancelled.
  • Tonight's Planning Board meeting has been cancelled. 
  • CODE RED: WHITE PLAINS' COMMUNITY NOTIFICATION SYSTEM

    Enroll Your Mobile Phone Number and Email in the CodeRed System 

    The City of White Plains utilizes a system called CodeRed to communicate important information to residents and business owners. Right now, CodeRed utilizes land lines as the primary means of contact. The City of White Plains encourages residents and business owners to add their mobile phone number and email address to our CodeRed Community Notification system to ensure that you receive important communications from the City no matter where you are and even if service to your land line in down.

    Simply go to the City of White Plains website, www.cityofwhiteplains.com, and click on the CodeRed logo on our homepage.

    Have a cancellation to announce? Snow pictures? Wandering the scenic cemetery? Post on our boards and check back in Patch for continual updates as the storm progresses - and, please, stay safe.

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