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.
I hope that you enjoy searching our web site and you find it helpful and user friendly. As always, our staff is ready to assist you at Town Hall and can be reached at 688-1200. Or, simply stop by for personal attention.
We’re here to deliver the best possible service to you, so please feel free to contact me regarding any matter at 688-1202, 470-5635 (c) or at firstname.lastname@example.org. I look forward to hearing from you.
Chris Koetzle, Supervisor, Town of Glenville
APRIL DECLARED SCOTIA-GLENVILLE TARTANS BOYS' BASKETBALL MONTH
THROUGHOUT THE TOWN OF GLENVILLE!
At the April 15th Glenville Town Board meeting, Supervisor Chris Koetzle and Town Board members honored the Scotia-Glenville Tartans Boys' Basketball Team for completing an historic 2014-2015 undefeated 26-0 season, culminating in the Public High School, Class A New York State Championship. The team made Section II history by becoming the first boys' team to win consecutive NYS Public High School Athletic Association championships. Congratulations to S-G High School Principal Peter Bednarek, Coaches Jim Giammattei, Mark Mortenson, Michael Rausch, and Glen Stopera, Manager Jonathan Sharer, and teammates Joe Almond, Dan Clune, Christian Corker, Diamond Corker, Joe Cremo, Sean Degraffenried, Trevor Martin, Mikke Palleschi, Scott Stopera and Rhys Ten Eyck.
Supervisor Chris Koetzle joined Deputy Supervisor Jamie MacFarland and Senior Center Director Vicki Hillis at a luncheon last Friday to honor all of the volunteers who so generously give their time and talent to the Glenville Senior Center. The luncheon was the kickoff to Volunteer Appreciation Week. In his comments, Supervisor Koetzle thanked the volunteers for their efforts and credited them with helping to make the Glenville center one of the best in the area. Koetzle noted that the center runs in part with the help of 140 volunteers who give over 4,000 hours a year to help deliver programs. The center also provides 35 meals a day to seniors in need, totaling 9,000 meals a year thanks to the volunteers.