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  Fall Bulk Waste Drop off dates have been set, see NEWS section for details..........The Fall edition of the Galway Reader Newsletter is available in the Newsletter section of the webpage..... The Galway Youth Commission Basketball Program starts November 4th see news section for details

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   TOWN OF GALWAY

              NEW YORK 

 

 

WELCOME!  Galway is a town located in Saratoga County, New York.  As of the 2010 census, the town had a total population of 3,545. The town contains a village also named Galway. Both the town and village are located in the western part of the county. Galway is a rural community with a mixture of small business, farming, and residential homes. The town is home to both year round and seasonal residents. It was originally named New Galloway after Galloway in Scotland. When the town was incorporated, however, it was incorrectly recorded as Galway. Although the spelling is the same as Galway, Ireland, it is not pronounced the same.

 




News:
Fall Bulk Waste Drop Off
September 12, 2017

The Town of Galway will conduct a fall bulk waste drop off at the Galway Highway Garage on the following dates; October 24 thru 27 and October 31 thru November 3.  The drop off hours will be 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. on those days.  The highway garage is located at 5910 Sacandaga Road (NYS Rte 147).

The following items will NOT be accepted: No Electronics, No Hazardous Materials such as paints, paint thinner, petroleum products (gas/oil), No household garbage, no propane tanks, no tires - metals will be accepted as well as refrigerators and freezers but they must be drained of refrigerants. 

For more information call Highway Superintendent Dave Costanzo 518-265-0426 

No Dogs at Recreation Field
May 26, 2016
Effective immediately no dogs will be allowed on the recreation field grounds.  We will be posting signs stating that dogs are no longer allowed on the recreation fields.  It is appears that some of the public that run their dogs on the field do not clean up after their animals.  This has resulted in dog waste being left in the playing fields where the games are played.  Young players have slipped in dog waste on the grounds.  We also have been notified of the potential liablilty in allowing dogs to be off leash or be present where there may be games being played and congregations of public to watch the games.  Thank you for your cooperation.