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Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Council Member Mark Levine

Lawrence Kreger --

Beginning this evening at midnight, New York City will be under a winter storm through 6 PM tomorrow, February 9th. As of now, we are expecting heavy snow fall of 8 to 12 inches across the city, with wind gusts up to 35 mph, and temperatures in the low 20's.Â

Though blizzards such as these can be dangerous, the City is hard at work to make sure we are all prepared. As this storm progresses, visit the City Office of Emergency Management's web page for updated information. You can also stay up to date on this and future storms by signing up for regular alerts from Notify NYC. To monitor the progress of plow vehicles in your neighborhood, visit Plow NYC, the Department of Sanitation's new online mapping tool that allows you to track the progress of snow removal operations throughout the five boroughs. The City's 311 hotline will also have up to date information through the next few days.

Alternate side parking has been suspended for Thursday, February 9th, and though no schools have been closed or delayed as of the writing of this email, you can check the status of school closures and delays here for timely updates. Additionally, the MTA will have updates regarding the status of subways and other commuter trains throughout the day.

Lastly, here is some advice on how to stay safe, warm, and dry during this blizzard:

For more information, or if you see an area of our district in need of snow removal, please inform my office at

Council Member Mark Levine
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