SCHENECTADY, N.Y. — Crews were back in Schenectady's Stockade neighborhood Sunday after ice pushed water from the Mohawk River to several streets.

Throughout the day Saturday, the Schenectady police and fire departments monitored the river from Riverside Park.

At around 3 p.m., the ice stopped moving on the Mohawk River as water continued to flow underneath the ice. By Saturday afternoon, the water level rose above 220 feet above sea level and into the minor flood stage.

“[The Stockade is] really a great historical site within the city of Schenectady, within the state of New York," said Schenectady Mayor Gary McCarthy. "But unfortunately, Mother Nature sometimes creates some inconvenience for the residents.”

That inconvenience was evident shortly after sunset as the ice resumed flowing down the river. That pushed the water on to Riverside Park and then into four streets in the Stockade.

“Somebody beeped their horn and I came out and I saw water coming up in the street," said Selma Marley, a Stockade resident.

Marley has lived on Ingersoll Avenue for 13 years. It was one of the streets flooded Saturday night as the water level reached 222 feet above sea level on the Mohawk River. 

"So far, it’s just in the street, nothing in my basement, nothing in most people’s basement here on down,” Marley said.

Assistant Fire Chief Michael Gillespie says Stockade residents are used to this type of flooding, especially during the winter months.

Gillespie also told Spectrum News waters have receded at least a couple of feet.

"Right now, we're anticipating everything is stable, has receded a little bit, we'll continue to monitor throughout the day, but with the cold temps that slowed things down, again it's tough to anticipate and predict what the river is going to do with the ice," said Gillespie.

Emergency crews will continue to assess the area. They have requested people stay out of the area to limit injuries.

So far, there are still no mandatory evacuations.