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
From left to right: Retiring Police Chief Michael D. Ranalli, incoming Police Chief Stephen V. Janik, and Supervisor Chris Koetzle
Congratulations to Lt. Steve Janik for his his appointment as the next Glenville Police Chief. The Town Board has the greatest confidence in Steve's ability and looks forward to working with him. Steve is a 19-year veteran of the force and brings the professionalism, knowledge, work ethic, and love for this community to be very successful.
We also express our thanks and appreciation to Chief Mike Ranalli for his 10 years of dedication to this police force and our town. Under his leadership the GPD has grown to become one of the most respected and admired departments in the area. Mike has guided this department through many changes and has left it much better than he found it. We wish him the best in his next venture.
The Town is proud of our GPD!
Important Notice About the 2016 Bulk Item Pick Up
The Annual Bulk Item Program will be held September 6, 2016 through September 20, 2016. As in past years, only one pass will be made. Once the truck has passed by your property, disposal will be your responsibility. Eligible items are to be placed on the edge of your lawn on September 5, 2016. Visit the town’s website for the list of eligible & ineligible items. Please remember, if it fits in your garbage can,
put it in your garbage can. The intent of this program is to dispose of large items.
This program has been moved to the fall due to vendor availability and not by choice of the town. Our vendor originally scheduled us for Memorial Day weekend, which in the past has generated many complaints from folks who wish to have picnics that weekend. When we requested another week, they moved us to graduation weekend (same issues there). Finally, the only other option was after Labor Day, which seems the best option at this point. There is only one vendor for the program, so we took what was available. We're looking into options for next year that will give us more flexibility, but for now this is what the vendor can do. The Town Board remains committed to this program and felt it was better to have the program in the fall than not all.
Pictured, Deputy Supervisor James MacFarland presenting a
Town of Glenville Proclamation to Dorothy Komoroske.
Dorothy Komoroske, a 17 year volunteer at the Glenville Senior Center, was honored on May 23rd as one of Schenectady County’s nominees for Senior Citizen of the Year at a ceremony held at the Rotterdam Senior Center. We’re very proud and appreciative of all that Dorothy does for our senior center and our seniors!