Contact The City With Heating Complaints, New Rochelle

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The National Weather Service is predicting cold temperatures and light snow showers all week in New Rochelle.
The National Weather Service is predicting cold temperatures and light snow showers all week in New Rochelle. Photo Credit: National Weather Service

NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. – With frosty temperatures in the forecast and a slight chance of snow throughout the week, New Rochelle tenants with insufficient heat in their buildings should call the city with all complaints.

The city BuildingDepartment has a heating-complaints hotline that can be reached day and night at 914-654-4809.

According to the City Code, heat is required to be no lower than 68 degrees Fahrenheit in an occupied building between the hours of 6 a.m. and 11 p.m. whenever temperatures outside the building are below 55 degrees. Heat must not fall below 60 degrees between the hours of 11 p.m and 6 a.m. whenever the temperature outside the building is below 50 degrees.
This week temperatures will stay well below the 50s.

Monday night expect a chance of light snow after 7 p.m. with a low of 23 degrees, according to the National Weather Service.

Tuesday there is a chance of light snow before 8 a.m. with a high near 34 degrees. Tuesday night, light snow and a low around 27 is likely.

Wednesday there’s a chance of light snow before 8 a.m., otherwise partly sunny with a high near 37 degrees. Wednesday night into Thursday there will be mostly clear skies, with a nighttime low of 24 and a day high of 37.

Thursday night there’s another chance of snow and a predicted low of 32 degrees. Friday there will, once again, be a chance of snow with rain. A high of 41 degree is expected during the day with an evening low of 27 degrees.

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