The City of Gloversville Seeks to Establish a Street Tree Commission! 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!
This 533-square mile area in eastern New York State is midway between Utica and Albany-Schenectady-Troy. North are the Adirondack Mountains and south lies the Mohawk River Valley. Fulton County is within a four-hour drive from all major metropolitan areas in the Northeast.
Fulton County electronic and print mediums include one daily newspaper, two others with Fulton County editions, and several regional, weekly and monthly newspapers serving specific geographic locations and subscribers. Two county radio stations broadcast both AM and FM programs. Two public access television stations are available, and there is a locally owned television station. Cable television subscribers enjoy a myriad of channels.
With convenient access to metropolitan areas, Fulton County residents enjoy the advantages of city life. Nearby is Saratoga Springs, home of the celebrated Saratoga Racetracks and Saratoga Performing Arts Center - summer home of the New York City Ballet and Philadelphia Orchestra. Albany, the capital of New York State, is 35 miles southeast and offers museums, theaters, shopping and more. Baseball fans enjoy the Baseball Hall of Fame, located in Cooperstown, immediately southwest of Fulton County.
Fulton County, located north of New York State Thruway (1-90), west of Interstate 87 and northwest of Interstate 88, provides direct linkage to all major population areas in the Northeast. State Routes 30, 30A, 10 and 29 connect the traveler to the interstate highways.