The Cities of Gloversville and Johnstown as well as the Villages of Broadalbin, Mayfield and Northville operate strong municipal water systems.
Excess capacities exist to support growth and development.
Fulton County operates a SMART Waters Program that allows for municipal water service to be extended throughout the County
The Fulton County Landfill was one of the first facilities in New York State to be permitted under NYSDEC’s Part 360 Regulations. The landfill accepts various types of waste. Its tipping fees are amongst the lowest in New York State.
With millions of gallons of excess capacity to support development, this award-winning Plant was the first in the nation to produce 100% of its own power from anaerobic digestion. The Plant earned the 2015 Project of the Year Award from the Capital Region Branch of the American Public Works Association.
The County‐owned General Aviation Airport features a 4,000’ paved runway and parallel taxiway, precision approach path indicators and an Automated Weather Observing System. Located just east of the City of Johnstown, the airport is within an hour’s distance of Boston, New York City, and Montreal.