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Glens Falls City Hall to close to the public Monday

The City of Glens Falls has announced that effective Monday, December 21st, City Hall will be closing to the public in attempt to curb the increase of COVID-19 cases in Warren County.  Employees will continue to work in City Hall Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm, excluding holidays, and will be accessible by way of telephone, e-mail or through the city’s website at www.cityofglensfalls.com.

Anyone wishing to pay tax or water & sewer bills are able to do so by mailing them to City Hall, Attn: Controller’s Office, 42 Ridge Street, Glens Falls, NY 12801 or they may be dropped off at City Hall via a drop box that will be adjacent to the front door.

And the two meetings that are scheduled for the week of December 21st, with the Zoning Board of Appeals on Monday, December 21st at 6:30pm and the Common Council meeting scheduled for Tuesday, December 22nd at 7:30pm, will be live streamed and posted on the city’s YouTube page to allow for social distancing, with public being asked not to attend unless you have an listing on the agenda.

Phone numbers for city departments are as follows:
Mayor’s Office: 518-761-3805
Controller’s Office: 518-761-3828
City Clerk’s Office: 518-761-3800
Assessor’s Office 518-761-3807
Police and Fire Departments: 911 for emergency calls
Department of Public Works: 518-761-3834
Waste & Sewer Departments: 24-hour emergency Number 518-761-3857. Non-emergency calls: 518-761-3850
Buildings and Codes: 518-761-3810

The closure of City Hall to the public is until further notice.

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