City Officials Extend Snow Emergency to Friday Morning

City Officials Extend Snow Emergency to Friday Morning

For Immediate Release
February 2, 2021

City Officials Extend Snow Emergency to Friday Morning

TROY, NY – Due to lack of compliance with parking restrictions for snow cleanup, City officials have extended the current Snow Emergency through 8:00 a.m. Friday. Normal parking rules and regulations are temporarily suspended on designated Snow Emergency streets only.

Currently, all vehicles must be parked on the EVEN-numbered side of designated Snow Emergency streets until 8:00 a.m., Wednesday, February 3rd.

Beginning 8:00 a.m., Wednesday, February 3rd, all vehicles must be parked on the ODD-numbered side of designated Snow Emergency streets for the next 24 hours.

Beginning 8:00 a.m., Thursday, February 4th, all vehicles must be parked on the EVEN-numbered side of designated Snow Emergency streets for the next 24 hours.

Vehicles parked in violation of snow emergency guidelines will receive a parking ticket and will be towed, both at the owner’s expense. For more info on the City’s Snow Emergency rules and procedures, visit

Additional snow removal operations may be scheduled as conditions warrant.

Resources: Snow Emergency

  • For Snow Emergency information, call (518) 274-8769 for pre-recorded messages, visit or the City’s social media channels – Facebook ( / Twitter (
  • To locate a towed vehicle, please call the Troy Police Department non-emergency line at (518) 270-4421
  • For information on specific streets or vehicle impound locations, call the DPW dispatcher at (518) 270-4579
  • During an emergency, please dial 9-1-1
  • For additional questions regarding the City’s Snow Emergency program, please review the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page on the City website.

 Overnight and Off-Street Parking

During a snow emergency, residents are encouraged to move vehicles into driveways or use public parking lots in their neighborhood. Vehicles can be parked overnight only (5:00 p.m. – 8:00 a.m.) at the following locations:

  • Y Lot (1st Street)
  • 5th Avenue Parking Garage
  • State Street Parking Garage
  • 5th Avenue & Congress Street Lot
  • Front Street Lot
  • Green Island Lot

Permitted vehicles can utilize these lots during normal daytime hours of operation.

24 hour parking is available at the following locations during a Snow Emergency:

  • Little Italy Market Lot
  • 4th and Ferry Street Lot
  • Knickerbacker Ice Facility lot
  • Frear Park Golf Course lot
  • South Troy Swimming Pool lot

For a map and locations of available parking lots and garages available during a Snow Emergency, please visit

Downtown Parking

During a Snow Emergency, daily parking restrictions in the downtown Central Business District (Federal Street to Ferry Street and Front Street to 7th Avenue) will remain in effect as currently posted. However, additional parking restrictions may be posted for snow removal operations. Please observe all posted restrictions when parking your vehicle. To assist with snow removal efforts, downtown residents are encouraged to move their vehicles to city-owned parking lots and garages.

Designated Snow Emergency Streets

The City’s designated Snow Emergency streets include:

  • the Boulevards (101st to 125th)
  • 103rd (River Street to 8th Avenue)
  • 108th Street
  • 112th Street
  • 116th Street
  • 15th Street
  • 1st Street
  • 2nd Avenue
  • 2nd Street
  • 3rd Street
  • 4th Street
  • 5th Avenue (101st to 125th)
  • 8th Street
  • Brunswick Road
  • Burdett Avenue
  • Campbell Avenue
  • Collins Avenue
  • Congress Street
  • Desson Avenue
  • Division Street
  • Ferry Street
  • Hoosick Street
  • Lansing Avenue
  • Liberty Street
  • North Lake Avenue
  • Oakwood Avenue
  • Pawling Avenue
  • Pinewoods Avenue
  • River Street
  • South Lake Avenue
  • Spring Avenue
  • Stow Avenue
  • Tibbits Avenue (upper and lower)
  • Walker Avenue
  • Washington Street
  • Winter Street

Street Numbers

Some roads in Troy have odd- and even-numbered properties on both sides of the street. Temporary signage will be posted on these streets to designate where vehicles can park.

Neighborhood Safety Tips

Mayor Madden also encourages Troy residents and families to review the following tips and information to assist snow removal efforts and keep Troy neighborhoods accessible during and following the storm:

  • Help protect your home, family and neighborhood by shoveling out fire hydrants near your home or business during and after the storm. Remove any snow and ice within a 3-foot perimeter around the hydrant. This can help save firefighters valuable time when responding to possible medical or public safety emergencies in your neighborhood. During an emergency, please dial 9-1-1.
  • Clear snow from your driveway, walkways and stairs to protect the health and safety of not only your family, but also mail carriers, delivery services, and emergency personnel who may be responding to a fire or medical emergency at your home.
  • Sidewalks adjacent to properties must be cleared of snow by 10:00 a.m. the day following the end of a snowstorm. Do not shovel snow into city streets – this can create a hazard for vehicles and reduces effectiveness of snow cleanup by City crews. Failure to comply will result in a violation.
  • Check in with neighbors, family, and friends – especially the elderly, those with young children, or mobility issues – who might need assistance.
  • If you lose power, please contact National Grid at 1-800-867-5222 or report it online.

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John Salka, Deputy Director of Public Information
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