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!
    Focus on Gloversville – Finding Beauty Everywhere Photo Contest Winners
    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!
    City of Gloversville Department of Public Works Annual Schedule
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    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).
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    November 30, 2016 @ 11:00pm to March 31,2017 @ 12:00 midnight no person shall park a vehicle between the hours of 11:00pm and 6:00am on any public street in the City.
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    No person shall operate a snowplow within the City without first obtaining a permit from the Office of the City Clerk at a cost of $25.00.
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    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.
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    Please check the map to see which day your pick up is!
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    Here are answers to the most commonly asked snow plowing and winter road condition questions. Please look through these questions first before calling. During storms, we are often too busy to take the time to give complete explanations. These answers will better inform you about our snow removal policies and procedures.
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