Galway Insurance Agency

galway insurance agency

Local Insurance Agency For Residents of Galway

If you’ve been looking for an Galway Insurance Agency consider Jankowski Agency, Inc. We’re a local, family-owned insurance agency with insurance agents serving the Galway and surrounding communities for over 60 years. 

We work with many insurance companies to keep insurance rates competitive and can provide coverage for auto insurance, home insurance, life insurance, business insurance, renter’s insurance, boat insurance, ATV/UTV insurance, and more. 

Call us today or fill out a contact or quote request form on our website to get started. See the types of insurance offered or visit our contact page to get in touch with one of our friendly agents or staff.

Types of Insurance For Galway, NY Residents

Car Insurance

Auto insurance for new and used vehicles; Business auto and fleet insurance also available

Life Insurance

Permanent or term life insurance available, with coverage tailored to your needs

Home Insurance

Homeowner's insurance for primary houses, manufactured homes, vacation and rental properties

Renter's Insurance

Don't own a home? Protect yourself with renter's insurance

Business Insurance

We offer several types of business insurance including liability, property, workers comp coverage, fleet or business auto

Other Insurance

Boat Insurance, Long Term Care, ATV/UTV Insurance, Renter's Insurance, Flood Insurance, more

If you’re looking for an Galway Insurance Agent, give Jankowski a try. Our team of insurance agents and support staff are ready to asisst you with all your insurance needs.

More About Galway, NY

The town of Galway is located on the western side of Saratoga County, north of Schenectady, NY, with its western border touching Fulton County. Within the town there is also a Village of Galway.

Around 1774, several families from Scotland formed a settlement in the area and called it New Galloway, after Galloway, Scotland. The settlers abadoned the area around the time of the Revolutionary war. After the war, a few families returned, built houses, opened a store, built roads, and futher settled the area.

Legend has it that when the act creating the town was passed, an error made by an Irish Clerk in the Town of Balls-Town (now Town of Ballston) spelled the name Galway, probably in reference to Galway, Ireland. The new spelling of the town’s name stuck but it is still pronounced the Scottish way.

New York State Route 29 runs east-west through the northern part of Galway.

The Mead House in Galway is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Learn more about Galway on the town’s website or the village’s website.

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