Village of Glenwood
 
 
 
Due to COVID19 precautions, the Village Park playground, Spray Park and Pioneer Parlour will remain closed until further notice.

Novel Coronavirus (COVID19):

What is the Village doing?

     As a municipality, our key role is to ensure the operation of essential infrastructure and services, such as potable water and sewer. Our top priority is the health, safety and well-being of the public and our employees. The village will continue to provide information to the public on our website, bulletin boards and via Facebook. If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to call the village office.

     Our closed potable water system is secure and controlled via automation. The source of the water is protected and enters a closed and filtered process. There is no public assess to the water treatment plant. The water is tested daily by one of our two qualified operators. Tests are sent weekly to the provincial testing facility.

     The sewer operations are regularly maintained and fully operational. Please assist us by not disposing of feminine products, paper towels, wet wipes, diapers or any other products other than toilet paper down the toilet. These items cause blockages in the system.

 

Glenwood Village Office

     Due to the small size of our team, residents are encouraged to call the office (403.626.3233) or email (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) with requests for service or questions. In rare cases where an in-person consultation or meeting is required, please call ahead. Payments toward taxes or utility accounts can be made by cheque (to be mailed by Canada Post or drop in the 24 hr box by the front door of the village office), or by e-transfer to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (password: glenwood). Please be sure to always include your account number when paying any bills. If neither of these methods works for you, please call the village office at 403.626.3233 to make arrangements. We have implemented required distancing and cleaning policies during this time. To provide the safest environment possible, we clean and disinfect all common touch areas after each visitor leaves the office.

 

Glenwood Community Hall

     All future bookings of the Community Hall have been cancelled until further notice. Please contact the village office if you need to discuss your specific booking.

 

Glenwood Municipal Library

     The library will be closed until further notice.

 

Council Meetings

     Regular Council meetings will continue as scheduled. These meetings will continue to be held in the Glenwood Community Hall which allows for sufficient space for social distancing. As always, the public is welcome to attend. However, there is now a restriction of up to 15 people allowed in a public gathering. Once that limit is reached, no one else will be admitted into the meeting. Also, please bring your own mask to wear during the meeting. You will not be admitted without a mask.

 

More information can be found at https://www.alberta.ca/coronavirus-info-for-albertans.aspx

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Upcoming Village Office Closures

  • Closed April 13 - Easter Monday
  • Closed April 21-23 - Training POSTPONED TO OCTOBER

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Emergency Contact Phone for all Village of Glenwood Services
(water, sewer, irrigation & roads)
(587) 370-3296

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The PIONEER PARLOUR will be closed until further notice.

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The SPRAY PARK will be closed until further notice.

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The Village Park and playground will be closed until further notice.

 

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.

 

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Village of Glenwood

Incorporated in 1961.