New York State requires that all dogs over the age of 4 months be licensed. The Glen Cove City Clerk’s office issues dog licenses under the authority of the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets.
To obtain a license, the owner must provide to the City Clerk’s office the following veterinary documentation:
- Proof from your Veterinarian of Current Rabies Vaccination.
- Proof from your Veterinarian of the dog having been spayed or neutered.
The dog license must be renewed on a yearly basis. Renewal notices will automatically be sent out
Dog Licensing Fees
Spayed or Neutered $10.00
Not Spayed or Not Neutered $18.00
Fees may be paid by cash or check.
The dog license application is on the city Website: https://glencoveny.gov/city-clerk or you can call the City Clerk 516-676-3345 a dog license application will be mailed to you.
Yes, a garage sale permit is required.
You can obtain the application on the city website https://glencoveny.gov/garage-sales
Permit request should be submitted 1 week prior to the sale.
Or you can call the City Clerk at 516-676-3345 a permit application will be mailed
Trees on private property that are more than 8 inches in diameter at a height of 4 feet above the ground require a permit prior to removal. Applications can be submitted in person at City Hall’s Department of Public Works, Room 301, 9 Glen Street, or mailed to the same address. They can also be faxed to (516) 676-3104. There is a $25.00 per tree inspection fee required to process the application. We do not accept credit cards. Please physically mark the tree you would like inspected with a ribbon or tape. Most applications will be approved or denied within a week. If approved, the permit will be mailed to your residence immediately upon approval.
For further questions, please contact DPW at (516) 676-4402.
Yard Waste Wednesdays
Leaves and all yard waste must be placed in clear plastic bags only. Tree trimmings and hedge cuttings must be tied in bundles less than 4 feet in length and 24 inches in diameter; bundles must weigh less than 50 pounds. No more than 10 bundles per week may be placed at curbside of collection.
REMINDER: Yard waste does not include grass clippings. The City does not pick up grass clippings.
The City of Glen Cove WILL NOT pick up your grass clippings.Residents with proper ID may bring their grass clippings to the DPW Yard located at 100 Morris Avenue. Private Landscapers are NOT permitted to use this site for drop off.
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has mandated that the City of Glen Cove may no longer pick up residential grass clippings. The City has therefore implemented a “Don’t Bag It” policy. It is important for homeowners to recycle grass clippings by leaving the clippings on the lawn. Grass clippings are high in nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium – all vital elements for the health of your lawn. You’ll save money by not having to fertilize your lawn as frequently. Clippings left on the lawn DO NOT contribute to the formation of thatch, and DO NOT increase the incidence of lawn diseases, but rather, they reduce water evaporation from the lawn, and help keep the soil cooler. Leaving your clippings on the lawn also saves you from the cost and effort of bagging the clippings.
Private landscapers must take bagged grass clippings to an approved waste disposal or composting facility the City of Glen Cove will NOT accept grass clippings from private Landscapers.
Composting is a great way to recycle your kitchen and yard waste and ultimately can be used for nutrient rich soil to grow healthy flowers and vegetables. Composting is an environmentally friendly way to recycle your biodegradable waste and can divert as much as 30% of household waste away from the garbage can, and in turn, out of our landfills. Residents are encouraged to compost outside their homes.
While Glen Cove City Hall offices remain closed to the public, you can receive your 2021 beach pass through the mail by scanning and e-mailing a copy of your cars registration to[email protected], or by sending it through the mail to:
City of Glen Cove
9 Glen St.
Glen Cove, NY. 11542
Attention: Recreation Department
*For new residents:
If your car is not yet registered to your Glen Cove address, please include proof of residency along with your cars registration. Acceptable proof includes a utility bill or copy of a lease agreement. It must show your name and Glen Cove address.
If any questions, just e-mail[email protected], or call the Recreation Department directly at 516-676-3766 during regular business hours.
You can also obtain a 2021 Beach Pass at Morgan Memorial Park or Pryibil Beach beginning Saturday May 29th, 2021.
Beach stickers must be affixed to your vehicle. The sticker is to be placed on the driver side back passenger window. Stickers that are not adhered to your vehicle will be confiscated, as beach privileges are not transferable.