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City of Glenwood
Glenwood is set amid rolling hills on the eastern shore of Lake Minnewaska and has been the county seat of Pope County since 1866.
The City of Glenwood, including the Long Beach area, has a population of approximately 3,000 and is located 15 miles south of Interstate 94 on Highway 29 or 120 miles northwest of the Twin Cities, at the junction of Highways 28, 29, 55, and 104.
The City of Glenwood owns and operates a Municipal Airport: (320) 634-4772.
City utilities include water, sewer, and garbage and are billed monthly through City Hall.
All questions regarding City utilities may be directed to Kim at (320) 634-5433.
Electrical and tent camping sites are available.
There are two buildings within the Barsness Park system available for rental for gatherings including reunions, graduations, etc. Both buildings are equipped with restrooms and kitchen facilities.
For Barsness Park Rental Information and Availability, please contact the Glenwood City Offices at (320) 634-5433.
The City of Glenwood has contracted with Rainbow Rider to provide public bus transportation within the City of Glenwood. In addition, Rainbow Rider passes can be purchased to travel from Glenwood to surrounding cities such as Starbuck, Morris, Alexandria, etc.
Rainbow Rider passes can be purchased at the Glenwood City Hall. For more information, please contact the Glenwood City Hall at (320) 634-5433.