Welcome to the Town of Glenville - a town of good neighbors.
Incorporated in 1821, Glenville (which includes the Village of Scotia) has grown to be a town of 50 square miles and nearly 30,000 residents. We’re proud of our town’s assets -- stellar parks, a vibrant and growing business community, and wonderful neighborhoods.
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Chris Koetzle, Supervisor, Town of Glenville
TOWN OF GLENVILLE NEWSLETTER FALL 2016
Please use the link below to see the Town's fall newsletter
Town of Glenville
Public Information Meetings
The Town of Glenville will be holding five public information meetings in October to gather feedback on the Town’s new draft Comprehensive Plan. Town Supervisor Chris Koetzle and Councilman James Martin will provide a brief overview of the draft Plan and summarize some of the key initiatives of the Plan. The meeting will then be opened up to the floor for questions, comments and suggestions. Listed below please find the dates and locations for these meetings. All meetings will begin at 7:00 p.m.
October 6 Mekeel Christian Academy
October 11 Alplaus Firehouse
October 18 West Glenville Firehouse
October 26 Town Municipal Center
October 27 Glenville Senior Center
Link to draft of Comprehensive Plan below: :
Link to Comprehensive Plan Comments Form:
ROUTE 146 CLOSURE
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21st - MONDAY, OCTOBER 24th
In order to progress the paving of the new Roundabout and the approaches to the Roundabout at the south end of the Rexford Bridge Project, we will be enacting a full closure of Route 146 (Balltown Road) for a short distance south the Roundabout. We will also be temporarily altering the traffic pattern through the Roundabout as we progress portions of the paving work. This closure will include both the eastbound and westbound directions. The closure will begin at 9:00 PM on Friday October 21st and must end prior to 6:00 AM on Monday October 24th. The Rexford Bridge, Aqueduct Road and Williams Street will remain open during this closure period. The closure and detour plan are similar to the plan we enacted for previous work this past July.
Although the actual closed section of Route 146 will be relatively short, the signed detour will be Aqueduct Road to Van Vranken Avenue to Nott Street to Rosa Road to Providence Avenue to Balltown Road, or reverse (see attached detour map). The detour route will be clearly signed. While we are allowed to keep the road closed until Monday morning, our goal will be to have the road back open to full traffic sometime on Sunday. We expect there will be traffic delays on both Route 146 and Aqueduct Road during this period.
This Friday night October 14th, and on Saturday October 15th, we will be reconstructing and paving a short section Aqueduct Road where it approaches the Roundabout. This work on Aqueduct Road will be accomplished using alternating one-way traffic with flag persons controlling traffic. No closure or detour will be required for this work. Other work not requiring any lane closures will also be occurring during this time. We expect there will be traffic delays on both Route 146 and Aqueduct Road while the work is being accomplished.
Please consider how the work this weekend and the closure and work next weekend may impact your operations or travel routes.
Detour Map Link: