NYC Parks advises New Yorkers to avoid using parks until Wednesday morning, when we will provide an update on park conditions.
— NYC Parks (@NYCParks) January 25, 2015
Jan 25 /26 /27 /28
NYC Parks urges caution during the snow storm
predicted for Monday afternoon through Tuesday
evening. Heavy ice and snow can cause hazardous
conditions in parks, including falling branches and
treacherous frozen park paths. NYC Parks advises
New Yorkers to avoid using parks until Wednesday
morning, when we will provide an update on
Attention Astoria Park Users: The park is so beautiful in the snow, but blizzard conditions will greatly increase the risk of falling tree limbs!
Please keep yourself, your children, and your pets safe. Stay tuned to a reputable weather source, and wait until the storm is over. Also, post-storm, the Park Rangers will identify dangerous areas with yellow tape. Please avoid dangerous and icy areas. Your safety is most important to us!
-Your friends at Astoria Park Alliance
If you haven't done so, make sure your emergency supply kits are stocked. Here's what you should include: http://t.co/tDgYI7x65A
— NYC OEM (@nycoem) January 26, 2015
www.nyc.gov /html/ OEM /html/ get_prepared/supplies. #supply_kit
Every household should pack a Go Bag — a collection of items you may need in the event of an evacuation. A Go Bag should be packed in a sturdy, easy-to-carry container such as a backpack or suitcase on wheels. A Go Bag should be easily accessible if you have to leave your home in a hurry. Make sure it is ready to go at all times of the year.
Totally mesmerizing. Can we make it our screensaver? Map depicting winds as Juno approaches: http://t.co/tD9a0Ei5ZK h/t @DrShepherd2013
— NY Environment (@NYEnvironment) January 26, 2015
Please love your parks from a safe distance for the next couple of days. When @NYCParks close to people, they're cooperating with snow.
— New Yorkers 4 Parks (@NY4P) January 26, 2015