Village of Glendon
The Village of Glendon is a small active municipality, with a population of 478, that was incorporated on February 15, 1956. It is located about 45 kilometers north of the Town of St. Paul, 49 kilometers west of the Town of Bonnyville, and about 70 kilometers from the City of Cold Lake. Eight kilometers north of Highway 28, the Village of Glendon may be considered the entrance to the
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Located within the Municipal District of Bonnyville, Glendon is surrounded by numerous recreational and fishing lakes, such as Minnie Lake, Bangs Lake, Moose Lake, Muriel Lake, Seibert Lake (trophy), Pinehurst Lake, Spencer Lake, and many others.
Many tourists travel through the village to see our Pyrogy and to access the Lakeland Provincial Park. The Village of Glendon would like to welcome you to the home of "The World Largest Pyrogy", which is situated in Pyrogy Park just off Pyrogy Drive.
The Village of Glendon would like to invite you to come and enjoy our hospitality.
The village is serviced with water, sewer, natural gas, and street lights; our streets are mostly tar base. Two grocery stores, two convenience stores, coin laundry, two tire shops, car wash, post office, hardware store, Sears outlet, hair stylist, transport depot, three restaurants, large farm supply store, one bulk fuel station, liquor store, drug store, hotel, motel, senior citizens home, senior citizens drop-in centre, hockey arena with large dine and dance hall, curling rink and lounge, school (grades kindergarten through 12), insurance agency, Alberta Motor Vehicles Agency, health centre, and several churches to serve the needs of the residents of Glendon and surrounding area.
The village is surrounded by a good active mixed farming area. A great number of the residents of Glendon are retired farmers.
The Village of Glendon has