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Here's what you need to know tonight:
From the City:
STAY HOME. STAY SAFE. New information resources are available.
From Governor Cuomo:
Thank you to our community's first responders! We can't say it enough.
In Saratoga Springs:
Attend From Home: The City Council will be meeting via Zoom throughout this period of social distancing. Find out how you can stay connected.
Stay Home. Stop the Spread. Save Lives.
From the County:
Here's what you need to know tonight from the City, County and State:
The City of Saratoga Springs:
Commissioner of Public Safety Robin Dalton announced the city would begin ticketing to enforce social distancing measures.
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117 confirmed cases of COVID-19 with 16 hospitalizatio...
Saratoga Springs COVID-19 Critical Preparedness Update
Saratoga Springs, N.Y. – Saratoga Springs Mayor Meg Kelly and Commissioner of Public Safety Robin Dalton will host a press conference on the steps of City Hall, 474 Broadway, Saratoga Springs, at 11 A.M. on Tuesday, March 31. It will a...
Your COVID-19 nightly update, from the state and county.
New York State will stay on PAUSE through April 15th. That means the non-essential workforce is directed to continue to work from home until at least April 15th. We will re-evaluate every two weeks.
Pharmacies will now offer f...
Here's what else you need to know tonight:
**UPDATE State/County COVID-19 :
1. I’m moving New York’s presidential primary to June 23rd. I’m issuing an Executive Order to move the presidential primary election from April 28 to June 23rd, ali...
Important information below from the Governor regarding taxes, health and life insurance, as well as an update County. Please note that due to the County's lack of tests, the slow rate of increase should not be an indicator of the virus and its spread.
Please read below for an important update on how the City of Saratoga Springs is responding to the COVID-19 outbreak.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE &am...
'The truth is, this is not a sprint — this is a marathon. And we will get through it.'
UPDATE from Governor Cuomo and NY State Dept of Health:
The outpouring of support over the last week from the people of New York, and from people across the world, has been inspiring. We are grateful to all the companies and individuals who stand with us i...
There was some encouraging data released in the Governor's update today, reminding us why it is crucial to remain vigilant. See below for Governor Cuomo's update and the latest from Saratoga County.
From the Governor’s update today:
While the number of positive Coronavirus cases in New York continues to climb, I want to share some hopeful news: New data show that our density reduction measures may be working. The forecasted rate of hospitali...
A Facebook Live Q&A, Friday, March 27 from 11am-noon addressing fear and anxiety in families and children amidst the COVID-19 outrbreak.
" We can’t underestimate the impact this pandemic is having on mental health" ~Gov Andrew Cuomo, March 25
The fears and anxieties brought on by the COVID-19 outbreak are significant and widespread. Please joi...
I want to be clear: We are not willing to sacrifice 1-2% of New Yorkers to this virus. That's not who we are. My mother is not expendable. Your mother is not expendable. We will not put a dollar figure on human life.
Here’s what else you need to know tonight:
1. We have some new facts about the pandemic that are not encouraging — and I want to make sure you understand them so we react accordingly. Unfortunately, the increase in the number o...
Please read the 10 point safety plan for New York State that goes into effect tonight at 8pm, per Governor Cuomo's Executive Order.
Governor Cuomo announced the "New York State on PAUSE" executive order, a 10-point policy to assure uniform safety for everyone.
The 10-point NYS on PAUSE plan is as follows:
NY State and the City of Saratoga Springs are preparing to 'PAUSE', beginning tonight at 8pm. Below is the latest from the Governor, including a link if you want to subscribe to his Coronavirus updates.
March 21, 2020
I want to take a moment to thank all the New Yorkers on the front lines of the Coronavirus pandemic: the health care workers, the firefighters, the police officers, the public transit workers, the childcare workers, the grocers, the pharmaci...
March 22, 2020: DPW Operations Update Sunday, March 22, 2020:Details of DPW COVID-19 Operational Plan:- DPW workforce in emergency standby mode- Transfer station hours 8 am – 12 pm/noon, Tuesday - Saturday
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE &a...
Governor Cuomo took several decisive steps yesterday to slow the spread of COVID-19 and signed an executive order to put NY State on PAUSE, beginning March 22, at 8pm. The Governor's message to New Yorkers and how this will impact us is below >>
March 20, 2020
Today we took decisive steps to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Our message to New Yorkers remains the same: Stay home, stop the spread, save lives. I know that these are extraordinary times, but New York will get thro...
We are so grateful for recent donations of sanitizing wipes, N-95 masks and hand sanitizers to our first responders! If you have supplies you’d like to donate you may drop them off at the Saratoga Springs Police Department at 5 Lake Avenue.
The Department of Public Works has closed the City Transfer Station effective March 20, 2020, at 11:00 am.
The Saratoga Springs City Transfer Station, located at 41 Weibel Avenue, has been closed due to COVID-19. This closing is effective at 11:00 am on Friday, March 20, 2020.
Mayor Meg Kelly and Commissioner Robin Dalton provide an update on the COVID-19 situation’s impact on City Hall.
March 19, 2020
Saratoga Springs, NY: Mayor Meg Kelly and Commissioner Robin Dalton provide an update on the COVID-19 situation’s impact on City Hall:
On March 13, 2020, Mayor Meg Kelly declared a State of Emergency for the City of Sa...
MAYOR’S DEPARTMENT - No In-Person Appointments or Services
The health and safety of our employees and the public are our first priority, and we are monitoring the COVID-19 situation closely. We are abiding by the CDC recommendations and the Governor’s orders. Our City Hall workforce ...
Hon. Felix J. Catena, Administrative Judge, 4th Judicial District released the following Administrative Order.
Guidance on Restrictions for Licensees and To-Go & Delivery Sales