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Galway Youth Soccer
The Galway Youth Commission Spring 2019 Recreation Soccer Program will be held starting on Saturday, May 4th, through Saturday, June 15th. The program will be held for youth Pre-K through the 6th Grade in the Galway School District at the Town Of Galway Dockstader Recreation Fields.The fields are located on Sacandaga Road, also known as Route 147, in the Town Of Galway across from the Ballston Spa National Bank. Registration Sign-up Forms,which are ongoing, are available at the Joseph Henry Elementary School, the Town of Galway Complex and the Galway Public Library. The program is free of charge for youth in the Town Of Galway, Village of Galway and towns in the Galway School District that participate in the Galway Youth Commission Programs. No child will be left out due to financial hardships. For further information, contact Coordinator/Coach Samantha Price at 518-866-4360.

The official website for the Town of Galway, New York


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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.


2018-2019 Youth Basketball
October 25, 2018
Dog Owners Reminded
May 22, 2018

It was a long winter, but warmer weather is now allowing us to enjoy being outdoors more frequently.  This also creates an environment that can be unsafe for all Town of Galway residents should dog owners not be mindful of their dogs and control them.  With that in mind, below are the Town of Galway laws that dog owners are expected to abide by and obey.  This is especially important in densely populated areas.



Please be sure you dogs are licensed and up-to-date on their rabies vaccination.  Rabies infected wild animals are prevalent in our area.  If an unvaccinated dog is bitten by a wild animal, the dog will be quarantined for six months at the Saratoga County Animal Shelter at the owner's expense.  Our number one priority is the safety and health of our community.  A complete list of the town laws can be found on the Town of Galway website.


Town Code for Dogs


Sec. 35-6 Restrictions - It shall be unlawful for any owner of any dog in the Town to permit or allow such dog to:


A. Run at large as defined in this chapter.  For the purpose of this chapter, a dog or dogs hunting in the company of a hunter or hunters shall be considered as accompanied by its owner.


B.  Engage in habitual loud howling or barking or conduct itself in such a manner so as to unreasonably and habitually disturb the comfort and repose of any person other than the owner of such dog. [Amended 5-10-16 by L.L. No. 1-2016] 


C.  Uproot, dig or otherwise damage any vegatables, lawns, flowers, garden beds or other property without the consent or approval of the owner thereof.


D.   Bite, chase, jump up on or at or otherwise harass any person in such a manner as to reasonably cause intimidation or fear or to put such person in    reasonable apprehension of bodily harm or injury.


E.  Habitually chase, ran alongside of or bark at motor vehicles, motorcycles or bicycles while on a public street, highway, or place, or upon private property without the consent or approval of the owner of such property.


F.  Create a nuisance by defecating, urinating or digging on public property or on private property without the consent or approval of the owner of such property.


G.  Kill or injure any dog, cate or other domesticated animal.


H.  Be unlicensded when four (4) months of age or older.


I.  Not have a current and valid New York State license tag on its collar while at large, whether or not restrained by an adequate leash.