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.
Chris Koetzle, Supervisor, Town of Glenville
TOWN OF GLENVILLE NEWSLETTER FALL 2016
Please use the link below to see the Town's fall newsletter
2016 FALL LEAF PROGRAM TO BEGIN:
MONDAY, OCTOBER 31st
Please do not delay, get your leaves curbside.
PILES SHOULD ONLY CONSIST OF LOOSE LEAVES, NO BRANCHES OR BRUSH.
For vehicle and pedestrian safety, do not place leaves on roadways.
The Highway Department will be starting loose leaf collection on Monday, 10/31/16 in the Paradowski area. We will then continue to move down that side of Route 50.
Zone One: Kingsbury to Sunnyside
Zone Two: Bancker to Scotchbush
Zone Three: Charlton-Droms-Swaggertown-Spring-Vley areas; West Glen
Due to the unpredictability of the weather you are requested to bag loose leaves after your first scheduled pick-up has occurred. A heavy snowfall may impede a second pick-up by the Town as our machines are not equipped to handle wet, icy leaves. The town will pick bagged leaves for a second pass as needed.
Please visit the Highway Department site for updates.
As always, if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our office at 382-1406.
Thank you, Tom Coppola, Highway Supt/Commissioner
TOWN OF GLENVILLE
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN INFO
Please use the following links for information regarding the Town's Comprehensive Plan.
Identity Theft Program
Thursday, December 15, 2016
The Glenville Senior Center is hosting a program on Identity Theft on Thursday, December 15th at 1:30 p.m. Identity Theft is one of the fastest-growing crimes in the U.S. Credit card numbers, driver’s license numbers, Social Security numbers and other personal information can net criminals thousands of dollars in a short time. Such theft may prevent the victims from cashing checks, obtaining loans or even renting an apartment or getting utilities. Learn more about Identity Theft and how to protect yourself from this growing crime. The program will be presented by the Community Relations Dept. of Sunmark Federal Credit Union.
Please sign up at the front desk, Glenville Senior Center, 32 Worden Road or by calling 374-8392. Free and open to the public.