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Daily Schoharie County Emergency Services Report

Written By Editor on 11/23/20 | 11/23/20

From the Schoharie County Office of Emergency Services:

Current Incidents:                 
  • 08/24 – 11/20/2020: Interstate 88 (Richmondville/Cobleskill) East/West; Concrete Pavement Repair; Alternating Long Term single lane closures.
  • Schoharie County State of Emergency (March 16, 2020) is still in effect due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.
  • Schoharie County Buildings are open to the public by Appointment Only. (06/15/2020)
Hydrological Outlook:                                                                                                  

·     Outdoor Flood Warning Sirens

o   Wed 11/18/20:  Silent testing of the Outdoor Flood Warning Sirens complete, nothing significant to report.

·        Stream Gauges

o   Gilboa Dam elevation: 1125.62’.  Notch crest gate is OPEN (down); both syphons off; Water IS Spilling. 

o   Individual Stream Gauge Graphs Attached.

Road Closures & Repairs:

·         NYS DOT

o   08/24 – 11/20/20: I88 (Richmondville/Cobleskill) East/West; Concrete Pavement Repair; Alt lane closures.

·         County DPW

o    Nothing significant to report (NSTR).

·         Town/Village DPW

o   Nothing significant to report (NSTR).

Utility Outages:

·         National Grid

o    Nothing significant to report (NSTR).

·         NYSEG                                                                    

o    Nothing significant to report (NSTR).

·         Water/WWTP

o    Nothing significant to report (NSTR). 

·         Pipelines

o    Nothing significant to report (NSTR).

OES Fire Branch:

Fire Danger Risk for Schoharie County is Low.
USDA Drought Conditions for Schoharie County normal.
OES EMS Branch:

·         Nothing significant to report (NSTR).

OES Safety Branch:

Nothing significant to report (NSTR).
Law Enforcement:

·         The Sheriff’s Office has created a Tip Line in effort of battling ongoing issues in our county.  If you SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING!  Law enforcement can’t do it alone – they need your help! 518-295-2295.
Department of Health (DOH):

For the latest information and guidance on the COVID-19 Pandemic, please see:

Schoharie County Department of Health Facebook Page:

New York State Department of Health:

Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center:

New York Forward:

Governor Cuomo Executive Orders:

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