Focus on Gloversville – Finding Beauty Everywhere Photo Contest Winners
    The Summer Cleanup Program is almost over for 2017! Find your last chance for a free curbside pickup.
    Cooking fires are no longer allowed without a permit. See the  Fire Permit Fact Sheet.
    Check out the NEW Who Do I Contact flyer to find out more about what the City departments can help you with!
    Here are answers to the most commonly asked snow plowing and winter road condition questions. Please look through these questions first before calling. During storms, we are often too busy to take the time to give complete explanations. These answers will better inform you about our snow removal policies and procedures.
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    News from the Gloversville Fire Department
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    Goal: To provide a visual smoke detector free of charge to any deaf or hearing impaired resident of Gloversville. Objective: To protect the lives of the hearing impaired citizens of Gloversville from the tragedy of fire.
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    Some great historical photographs from the Gloversville Fire Department
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    This word struck fear into the hearts of Gloversville citizens on May 21, 1877. The fire was on North Main Street!
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    The first hose company and hook and ladder brigade was formed and named the A.J. Kasson Hose Company. On July 12, 1888 the name was changed to the Neptune Hose Company.
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    Scaling Buildings for Fire Company Competition 
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    The first horse purchased for the department was "Old Kit" and soon after, two more horses were purchased.
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    In May of 1892, George L. Fort was installed as the first paid Gloversville Fire Chief.
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