Glendon is a small Community that has an Important History to Alberta:
The Village of Glendon, population 486, is a small active municipality 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 Lakeland Provincial Park.
The Village of Glendon has a great potential for growth as it is located about 60 kilometers from some of the heavy oil projects.
Incorporated: February 15, 1956
Population: 486 (2012)
Stay in touch with what is happening in the community. You wouldn’t want to miss out on the main events such as the anuual Pyrogy festival or the Glendon Derby & Mudbogs that are hosted in Glendon.
View photos from around Glendon. This includes photos of special events, nature and important features of the village.
Navigate through a list of local businesses in Glendon. This includes businesses for farming, local food, accommodations and more.
A list of contacts to assist with your questions. View the office hours and the list of the individuals who help provide to the community.
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The Village of Glendon
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.
Don’t forget to check out the special events hosted in Glendon!