The Gloversville Common Council seeks to fill the unoccupied fourth ward Councilmember seat. Click Here for more information!
There have recently been updates to the Gloversville City Code pertaining to garbage disposal, junk and debris, lawn trimmings and infestation. Click HERE to learn more about what changes have been made!
We will not be collecting garbage on Monday, January 21st in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Monday’s garbage will be collected on Tuesday and Tuesday’s garbage will be collected on Wednesday. Thursday and Friday will be collected without any changes. There will not be any paid bulk pickups on Wednesday January 23rd. If you have any questions please call 518-773-4556.
The Department of Public Works has suspended loose leaf collection due to the early arrival of snow. We realize that many residents did not get their loose leaves picked up because of this. We will be coming around in the Spring to cleanup the leaves that were left behind. We apologize for the inconvenience. Any questions please contact DPW at 773-4556.
Fulton County Solid Waste runs the county-wide recycling program, as well as the Mud Road landfill. If you have any questions please call them at 736-5504 or go to www.fultoncountyny.gov. Please click to view the 2017 recycling calendar.
Beginning in March 2017, Fulton County Solid Waste will begin singlestream recycling for county residents. Click on the link below for important information regarding this change. If you have further questions please call the recycling hotline at 736-5504. single-stream-recycling
This memo is intended to present the City of Gloversville an assessment of the traffic concerns identified on S. Kingsboro Avenue between NY 30A to NY 29A (E. Fulton Street). By identifying the existing conditions and offering potential traffic calming improvements, the goal is to improve pedestrian/bicycle access and safety
throughout S. Kingsboro Avenue.
To report problems with street lights (staying on, cycling, dim etc.) please notify National Grid directly.
You can do so by going to www.nationalgrid.com, click on Your account and scroll down to street lighting.
You will need to have the address of the pole (pole number would be very useful also).