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
Comprehensive Plan Survey –
Share your opinion on important Town issues
The Town of Glenville is embarking on the creation a new Comprehensive Plan. The Plan is a written document that guides development and land use for the next decade. It contains a series of goals, policies, and guidelines. A critical aspect of the Comprehensive Plan is the feedback and information provided by local residents. Input from this survey will guide the Town as we articulate and shape our goals and policies. While the survey and plan itself focused primarily on the Town of Glenville outside of the Village of Scotia, we welcome responses from Village residents.
Supervisor Chris Koetzle welcomes Firedance Fitness to Glenville. Owner Deb Spurgas held a ribbon cutting ceremony for her studio at 458 Saratoga Rd on November 20. She offers Zumba, Pilates, and other fitness programs for clients.
Town Unveils new “Welcome to the Town of Glenville” Entry Signs
Residents and passers-by traveling into Glenville via Glenridge Road, Freemans Bridge Road, and Sacandaga Road are being greeted by brand new “Welcome to the Town of Glenville” roadside signs. These three new signs, designed and erected by Pendleton Signs, were installed on November 6th.
This represents the first phase of a three-year plan by the Town to replace the eight “welcome” signs that have stood at the Town’s gateways for the last 12+ years. The new signs, which include gold lettering on blue background, include an updated Town Seal, as well as the addition of the year of the Town’s establishment in 1821.
Future signs will be installed on Route 50 (two signs), Route 5, Swaggertown Road and either Alplaus Avenue or Lake Hill Road.