Welcome to Dolgeville, NY

Dolgeville is located in both Herkimer and Fulton counties. Located in the lands of the Haudenosaunee, the area was first settled by Europeans in 1794 when Samuel Low constructed two mills–a saw mill and a grist mill.

Many businesses call Dolgeville home, and with so much hard work being done by the village leadership and volunteers, it’s easy to see why it is loved by residents and visitors alike! Be sure to visit the Dolgeville Forward Business Directory.

Village of Dolgeville, NY

Located along the banks of the East Canada Creek, the village was first named Green’s Bridge after a settler named green built a bridge over the creek. It was renamed to Brockett’s Bridge in 1826 and would petition the government to be renamed to Dolgeville after Alfred Dolge in 1881. The village was incorporated in 1891. Today, it is home

Historic Dolgeville

Historic Dolgeville, NY, straddles the Herkimer and Fulton County borders.

The Breckwoldt-Ward House, Menge House Complex, Alfred Dolge Hose Co. No. 1 Building, Dolge Company Factory Complex, and United States Post Office are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Beaversprite nature preserve is partially in the Fulton County portion of Dolgeville. – Wikipedia

Explore Dolgeville

Click on the items below to go to additional resources.

  • Village of Dolgeville

    The Village of Dolgeville website with information on departments, codes police and local law, and so much more.

    Police: 911 or non-emergency (315) 429-8183, (315) 429-8231

  • Dolgeville Central School District

    Nestled in the beautiful foothills of the Adirondack Mountains, the Dolgeville Central School District is comprised of 186 square miles of rural land in two counties, several townships, and the Village of Dolgeville.  In the 1980’s, the District annexed the adjacent Stratford Central School District, creating the boundaries of the District as they exist today.

  • Dolgeville-Manheim Public Library

    The Dolgeville-Manheim Public Library offers an array of programs, resources and services to the community.


    Monday: 11 – 5
    Tuesday: 11 – 5
    Wednesday: 11 – 5
    Thursday: 11 – 8
    Friday: 11 – 5
    Saturday: closed
    Sunday: closed

  • Dolgeville-Manheim Historical Society

    The Dolgeville-Manheim Historical Society has many varying historical collections to view and is also available to assist you in research and fact finding. Please note our hours or contact us to schedule a tour.

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