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!
    Click Here for the 2018 Summer Clean Up Program information and to find out when your ward’s free bulk pick ups are scheduled!
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    Check out the new ‘What’s Happening?‘ page to view the most recent Gloversville Newsletter!
    Are you interested in volunteering in your community? Complete the new Volunteer Interest Form!
    See the  Fire Permit Fact Sheet for information on obtaining a fire pit permit.
    Check out the NEW Who Do I Contact flyer to find out more about what the City departments can help you with!
    As a reminder to all residents, Public Works does not collect lawn and leaf debris or brush during the summer months. Please do not place any bags or brush on your terrace from June through October. We have a Spring brush clean up in May and a city wide loose leaf pickup that begins in November. The department will begin collecting bagged leaves approximately mid-October. Brush pickup is not included in the Summer Clean-up Program. For your convenience, the Beaver Street drop off is open every day.
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    There will not be any garbage collection on Monday, September 3rd. Monday’s garbage will be collected on Tuesday and Tuesday’s garbage will be collected on Wednesday. Thursday and Friday will be collected with no change.  There will NOT be any bulk pickups in Ward 5 on Wednesday, September 5th. If you have any questions please call the office at 518-773-4556.
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    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
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    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.
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