CROTON-ON-HUDSON, N.Y. - Croton officials declared a state of emergency Monday morning, closing all village parks until further notice.
Croton-Harmon School District, the Croton Free Library and Umami Café were all closed Monday.
The Village state of emergency declaration closes all parks, and people walking through or parking at parks facilities can be removed by police. Senasqua Park, Senasqua Boat Basin, Croton Sailing School, Croton Landing Park, Croton Landing Boat Launch, Black Rock Park, Silver Lake Beach and Recreation Area, Croton Gorge Trail, Mayo’s Landing, Echo Canoe Launch, Dobbs Park, Harrison Street Park, Sunset Park, Duck Pond Park, Kaplans Pond, Elliott Way, Croton Arboretum, Pedestrian Bridge over Route 9, Croton-Harmon Train Station Parking Lots including access roads are all closed to the public.
Croton Point Park, a Westchester County Park, will be closed Monday and Tuesday.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) suspended Metro-North Railroad service "until further notice."
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