Due to the continuing inclement weather several local officials have declared snow emergencies across Central New York.

The following areas are impacted:

  • Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente has declared a snow emergency for all of Oneida County until conditions improve Monday morning. Unnecessary travel is discouraged.
  • The City of Utica has declared a snow emergency. All vehicles must be off the road by 10:00 PM tonight to facilitate safe passage for snow removal and emergency services. Vehicles left on City roads after 10:00 PM are subject to ticketing and towing at the owners expense.
  • The Village of Herkimer has declared a snow emergency.  Village officials request no unnecessary travel and that all vehicle be removed from the roadway by 11pm for snow removal.  The emergency will remain in effect until further notice.
  • The Village of Ilion is also under a snow emergency and no vehicles are permitted to be parked on village streets. This will remain in effect until Noon on Monday, February 13th.

UPDATE 11:06- The Snow Emergency in the City of Utica has been lifted.

All drivers should use caution when traveling and stay indoors unless absolutely necessary. We will keep you up to date with all other travel advisories, or snow emergencies.


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