The City of Gloversville will be holding a public open house for Waterfront Revitalization on October 23, 2019. More information HERE.
    The City of Gloversville Seeks to Establish a Street Tree Commission! Click HERE for more information
    Click HERE for changes made to the Gloversville City Code pertaining to garbage disposal, junk and debris, lawn trimmings and infestation!
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    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!
    Jennifer Mazur · May 31, 2015 · Public Works · 0 comments
    The Leader-Herald/Kerry Minor A sign near the entrance to the facility

    The Leader-Herald/Kerry Minor A sign near the entrance to the facility

    Hours of Operation:

    Monday-Friday    7:15 AM-3:00 PM

    Saturday                 7:15 AM-11:30 AM

    A reminder  to all City residents Permits are available at the City Clerks Office for the Mud Road Transfer Station.

    The cost is $50.00 and you must have proof of residency by having your Drivers License and Vehicle Registration,permits are valid until January 1st ~ December 31st.

    Many of the items that are not acceptable for curbside pick-up are acceptable to be dropped off at the landfill. This includes: appliances (stoves, washers, dryers etc.), furniture, vehicle batteries, propane tanks, fluorescent bulbs and used motor oil.

    Freon containing appliances (refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners and dehumidifiers) are accepted at the landfill only (no transfer stations). There is no charge to dispose of Freon-containing units to Fulton County residents (businesses pay $5 each). Fridge and freezer doors should be removed.

    Tires (off the rim) may be brought to the landfill (no transfer stations). There is a nominal disposal fee. Open to all county residents.

    Please call 736-5504 for any further information.

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