Village of Glenwood
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COVID-19 Updates effective December 11, 2020:
* Masks are now mandatory province-wide. The Village Office will be open by appointment only. Please call ahead to complete village business during the regular business hours - 8 AM thru 4 PM; Monday thru Wednesday.
* Business meetings remain excluded from social gatherings, so municipal councils may continue to meet in public if they can adhere to social distancing guidelines and ensure measures are in place to prevent the transmission of COVID-19. Electronic meetings will be considered in the future.
* Travel within or outside of Alberta remains unrestricted at this time; however, non-essential travel is not recommended. The Chief Medical Officer of Health encourages municipalities to take measures to limit access to municipal facilities by teams and groups from outside their areas.
The next regularly scheduled Council Meeting will be held on Thursday, January 14 at 7:00 PM at the Glenwood Community Hall.
 The village's Emergency Contact phone number is (403) 634-5120. This is for emergency calls regarding water, sewer or irrigation questions or concerns.
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Novel Coronavirus (COVID19):

Glenwood Community Hall

The Glenwood Community Hall is closed until further notice.


Upcoming Village Office Closures

  • Closed Monday, February 15 for Family Day
  • Closed Monday, April 5 for Easter Monday
  • Closed Monday, May 24 for Victoria Day
  • Closed Monday, August 2 for Heritage Day
  • Closed Monday, September 6 for Labour Day
  • Closed Monday, October 11 for Thanksgiving Day
  • Closed Monday, November 11 for Remembrance Day

  The Glenwood Pioneer Parlour/Cheese Factory Museum and the Spray Park are now CLOSED for the season.

The Village of Glenwood is a rural, family oriented community northwest of Cardston. Originally part of the great Cochrane Ranch, 640 acres were divided off to become the Village of Glenwood. The Town site was divided into blocks of 8 acres each, and building lots of one acre each with streets 8 rods wide running at right angles through the Town. When the Town blocks ended, ten acre lots were surveyed so that the Town residents could have a small pasture for a few cows.



Village of Glenwood

Incorporated in 1961.