AlertsPhoto by George Farenthold Various emergency situations, as posted on the Home Page, will be explained here in greater detail as the situation develops. These would include snow emergencies, water emergencies, etc. For Southern Cayuga School closings check their website http://southern.ny.schoolwebpages.com/education/district/district.php?sectionid=1 .[/intr0]
See the latest on lake algae blooms http://www.communityscience.org/volunteer/harmful-algal-bloom-monitoring/cayuga-lake-habs-reporting-page/
HAB update: Algae blooms continue to be spotted throughout Cayuga Lake. Please do not go in the water if you see a bloom, and notify the village office at (315) 364-7293 or email@example.com.
Notice from NYSEG regarding telephone scams
Visit the website below to find out how best to prepare for an emergencyhttp://www.prepare.ny.gov/
FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS
As we saw with the major floods and flash floods last year, many people lost their lives in the United States despite warnings being issued. It is imperative that our citizens are prepared due to our long history of flooding.As an emergency management or safety professional, people rely on you to make sure they are prepared, receive warnings, and know what to do. Your mission is the same as ours: to protect life and property. We could not do our jobs effectively without the strong partnership that we have built through the years. We are asking you to highlight flood safety for your citizens, staff and others. We have a website devoted to flood safety awareness week that you can find here to assist you.
The following websites all have excellent information on flood safety that can use at anytime to highlight flood safety and preparedness.
David J. Nicosia
Warning Coordination Meteorologist
NOAA-National Weather Service Binghamton NY
607-770-9531 x 223 Cell 607-206-4748
Become a WeatherReady Nation Ambassador
Become a fan: https://www.facebook.com/NWSBinghamton
Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/NWSBinghamton
Visit our website at: http://weather.gov/bgm