Some organizations and businesses will be opening later on Monday, January 23rd.

The Broome County Library is scheduled to open at 1 p.m.

SUNY Broome will open at 11 a.m. Courses that start earlier than 11 a.m. will start in-progress and end at their normal time. Students with questions should contact their professors for further guidance. The Ice Center will remain open unless a state of emergency with a travel ban is issued for the City of Binghamton by Broome County.

All Binghamton University in-person classes are canceled until noon Monday. Faculty are to inform students if classes will be held remotely during this time. OCCT buses will begin running at 10 a.m.

The Family Planning of South Central New York's local medical centers and administrative offices are operating on a two-hour delay. Medical centers will officially open at 10 a.m.

Spencer-Van Etten School District is transitioning to remote instruction. Tioga Central School District is on a two-hour delay.

The following school districts are closed for Monday, January 23rd:

Afton

Andes Central

Bainbridge-Guilford

Broome-Tioga BOCES

Candor

Charlotte Valley

Chenango Forks

Chenango Valley

Catholic Schools of Broome County

Deposit

Downsville

Binghamton

Franklin

Greene

Hancock

Harpursville

Johnson City

Maine-Endwell

Margaretville

Newark Valley

Norwich City

Otselic Valley

Oxford Academy

Owego Apalachin

Roxbury

Sherburne-Earlville

Union-Endicott

Vestal

Walton

Whitney Point

Windsor

Sidney

South Kortright

Stamford

Susquehanna Valley

Unadilla Valley

Meals on Wheels of Western Broome is closed Monday.