Let your voice be heard!

Join us this Monday, May 20th at 6 p.m. in the Carnegie Room at Gloversville Public Library This Monday we will be hosting a community discussion regarding the City of Gloversville’s 2019 Downtown Revitalization Initiative (DRI) grant application. Monday, May 20, 2019 6 p.m. Carnegie Room, Gloversville Public Library Wondering about the DRI process? Here’s…

What can happen in a day?

The answer is: So Much! This May 4th, downtown Gloversville will be participating in an international movement called 100in1 Day. The event is meant to bring people together on one single day to perform 100 (or there abouts) acts of positivity for their community. This one day of service inspires the larger community to continue…

Calling all downtown business owners!

In 2019, the DDS office will be launching an information, education and mentorship program working with local businesses. The first step in the process is a SWOT analysis. SWOT stands for Strengths—Weaknesses—Opportunities—Threats and is a collaborative process that takes place through a facilitated meeting and exchange of ideas. A survey on business needs and areas…

Almost in the books

2018 is quickly coming to a close and with it comes a review of what downtown Gloversville has accomplished in the last twelve months. This year we have seen expanded programming and community involvement in the downtown with favorite events such as the Southern Adirondack Wine & Food Festival and Bacon Jam returning; more volunteers…

City to Unveil Downtown Development Strategy

A public Open House to reveal the results of the Downtown Gloversville Development Strategy will be held at the Fulton-Montgomery Regional Chamber of Commerce (2 North Main Street) at 6 p.m. on Thursday, June 21, 2018. Those in attendance will be able to review Downtown goals and strategies, building reuse plans for four Downtown strategic…

Something Sweet Downtown

Local bakery shares delicious memories In June, Ashley Tauss, Rania Alaytha, and Hani Alikhan opened up Cravings Bakery & Cafe, located at 87 West Fulton Street, featuring larger than life creations baked from scratch with heart. The shop is a dream come true for Ashley, who grew up baking with her grandmothers, two women who…

You can have an impact

Downtown Gloversville is a unique place, we can all admit that. Our downtown is beautiful, our culture runs deep, and our memories are long. There is a great quote by Fred Kent, founder of Project for Public Spaces. He says that “everyone deserves to live in a great place.” He also adds that everyone has…