City Hall Connects: News for your Neighborhood

City Hall Connects: News for your Neighborhood

July 2, 2020
Office of the Mayor

In the News…

While it’s clear that this summer will be different from those previous due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we’re making preparations to ensure a safe, responsible summer in the Collar City.

Star-Spangled Safety Tips

Please celebrate responsibly during the July 4th holiday weekend. If you plan to drink, please use a designated driver or hail a cab or ride-sharing service. Help keep our streets safe this summer!

Additionally, please think twice about using illegal fireworks this weekend. Fireworks are not only dangerous, but cause serious disruptions in our neighborhoods. They also can cause anxiety and distress for pets, and veterans with PTSD who normally prepare in advance of loud, percussive fireworks displays. 

Residents can report issues or concerns to the Troy Police Department’s non-emergency number at (518) 270-4411. In an emergency, dial 9-1-1.

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