Alplaus Historical Marker The Annual Alplaus Resident's Association Community Meeting will be held at the Alplaus Fire House on March 23rd at 7 pm. We will have an update on the Mohawk Industrial Park proposed development and the old Post Office building as well as updates on Town of Glenville activities from the town supervisor and town board members. We will also be electing new ARA board members and giving info about all of the activities the ARA, Alplaus Fire Company, Ladies Aux, and Methodist Church sponsor in Alplaus.

Alplaus is a hamlet located in the southeast corner of the town of Glenville, Schenectady County, New York. Its name is derived from the Dutch Aal Plaats, or "Place of the Eels". Alplaus is located on the north bank of the Mohawk River. The ZIP Code 12008 generally defines the area of the hamlet. Rexford borders Alplaus to the east, the Mohawk River borders on the south. Generally, the Glenridge and Schenectady Country Airport represent the western border. The population in the 12008 zipcode for the 2010 census was 472.

The Alplaus Firehouse is at the center of the community and the volunteer fire company services Glenville Fire District #2. The major natural feature of the hamlet is the Alplaus Kill, which is a tributary to the Mohawk River. Alplaus Avenue is the main road through the hamlet with several streets branching from it. Sadly the community post office was closed in 2012 after being in operation for 124 years,
But we've still got our ZIP! 12008.

If you would like to be added to the Alplaus Residents Association email list to stay up on all the things happening in and around the hamlet send us an email.