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Blizzard Warning in Effect for New York City

Mayor de Blasio has declared a citywide Winter Weather Emergency, beginning on Saturday, January 23 at 8:00 a.m.

The current forecast calls for 12-18 inches of snow, potentially creating slippery roads and limited visibility. Sustained winds of 25-30 mph are forecast, with gusts of up to 50 mph possible. Temperatures in the high 20s are expected, with visibilities of one quarter mile or less at times.

Trash and recycling collection are both suspended for Saturday, January 23. Please keep trash inside and off sidewalks until snow removal operations have been completed.  Check DSNY's website for all official announcements.

Tomorrow, the BID's Clean Team, contracted through Atlantic Maintenance, will be out in the neighborhood spreading salt and shoveling snow to clear pedestrian paths on the Flatiron Public Plazas, as well as clearing crosswalks and catch basins at intersections throughout the district. If you see them, don't forget to thank them for their hard work! 

Not sure if you’re obligated to shovel in front of your building? Click here for DSNY’s Guide to Snow Removal and Snow Operations FAQs.

Stay safe and warm!