The snow clean up continues across the Capital Region.
In Albany, a snow emergency is now in effect
All cars must be on the even side of the street for Monday night, otherwise residents will be ticketed and towed.
That could cost more than $125 in tow fees.
On Tuesday night starting at 8:00 p.m. you will have to switch again to the odd side.
This is all in effort to get streets full cleared.
"We have some very narrow streets in the city. If you drive around the city now, you'll notice that with cars parked on both sides with the amount of snow that we received during the storm the streets are very narrow," said Steve Smith, spokesman for the Albany Police Department. "So it makes it difficult for emergency vehicles and other vehicles to get down the streets."
Additional parking is being made available at various lots throughout the city.
For more information, visit the city of Albany's website.