16 Mar City of Glens Falls Issues Press Release
Glens Falls Closes In-Person Access to City Offices. Residents urged to conduct business via phone, mail or email
Monday, March 16, 2020 For immediate release
GLENS FALLS – City of Glens Falls offices will be closed to the public starting Tuesday, March 17 and will remain so until further notice, Mayor Daniel L. Hall announced Monday.
City offices will continue to be staffed and residents may conduct business with city departments via telephone, email or regular mail. This decision is intended to promote “social distancing” and to preserve the health and well-being of City staff and the general public, in accordance with CDC and Department of Health recommendations.
Greater Glens Falls Transit continues to operate its regular routes and schedule. Any changes to routes or schedules will be posted on Transit’s website: gftransit.org
Glens Falls City Court has moved operations to the Warren County Court Complex. The courtroom and court offices in City Hall are closed. Questions regarding City Court issues should be directed to the Court via telephone at its regular phone number: 518 480-6365
During this unprecedented time, Mayor Hall urges people to call their neighbors, especially the elderly, to try to make sure they have essentials such as food, water and medications during the Coronavirus threat.
Listed below are phone numbers for City of Glens Falls departments:
Police and Fire: 911
Water or Sewer emergencies: 518 761-3857
Building and Codes: 518 761-3848
Public Works: 518 761-3834
City Clerk: 518 761-3800
Controller/Treasurer’s Office: 518 761-3828
Mayor’s Office: 518 761-3805 or 518 761-3867
Assessor: 518 761-3807
Glens Falls City Court 518 480-6365
Greater Glens Falls Transit 518 792-1085