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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    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!

    Emergency Number: 911

    Non-Emergency Number: (518) 725-3124

    Fax Number: (518) 725-3732

    The Gloversville Fire Department protects 15,500 residents in 5.2 sq. miles. The department operates with four Battalions made up of a Battalion Chief, Captain and six (6) firefighters. Initial response is two engines, one truck and a Battalion Chief. Gloversville provides BLS with EMT-D and EMT-I personnel on engine companies.

    Gloversville was the first department in New York State to purchase a Cairns IRIS thermal imager in 1997. The department utilizes an ISG Thermal imager.

    Dispatching is done from E-911 central dispatch at the Fulton County Sheriff's department utilizing all civilian communications specialists.

    The department provides code enforcement for all existing structures within the City. All code enforcement is coordinated by on-duty personnel under the Office of the Fire Marshal.




    Fire Chief 
    Thomas Groff


    First Battalion Chief
    Mike Putnam

    Joseph Gillis


    Second Battalion Chief
    Brandt Minkler

    Stephen West


    Third Battalion Chief
    Jason Sweet

    Brandon Lehr


    Fourth Battalion Chief
    Robert King

    William Nealon


    Public Safety Secretary
    Tracy Gutowski

    Mission Statement