The Village Office and Public Works Shop are closed to public walk-ins.
If you have any questions or concerns please phone 403-628-3808 or
email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cheques, cash, or correspondence can be dropped into the mail drop.
We are all trying to do our part in helping slow the spread of COVID-19.
Thank you for your co-operation during this difficult time.
FIRE BAN ADVISORY
ONLY IN APPROVED FIRE PITS
KEEP FIRES SMALL
WATER AVAILABLE NEARBY
DO NOT BURN GARBAGE
DO NOT LEAVE UNATTENDED
WHEN PUTTING IT OUT MAKE SURE TO:
SOAK IT, STOKE IT, SOAK IT AGAIN
If you have any questions regarding your fire pit please phone:
Jim @ 403-627-3917
Paul @ 403-432-2887
Jannet @ 403-628-2456
Cowley is a small, quiet village nestled in a picturesque setting, between the foothills of the Rocky Mountains and the prairie land of Southwestern Alberta. Residents here enjoy the “country like” relaxed life style and surrounding scenery.
Cowley is located on Highway #3 which is the main thoroughfare through southern Alberta to British Columbia. Close proximity to all shopping facilities; 10 minutes to Pincher Creek, 30 minutes to Crowsnest Pass, 1 hour to Lethbridge, 2 hours to Calgary. Waterton National Park and Castle Mountain Resort are each less than an hour drive away.
- Renowned local attractions include:
- Heritage Acres Farm Museum,
- Frank Slide Interpretive Centre,
- Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump,
- Oldman River Dam,
- Three Rivers Rock & Fossil Museum,
- Pincher Creek Kootenai Brown Pioneer Village.
- Cowley was featured in the 2005 motion picture Brokeback Mountain as the fictional town of Signal, Wyoming.
- Cowley is also home of Black Beauty, one of only three Tyrannosaurus Rex dinosaurs located in Western Canada!
Our size, location, quiet relaxing life style, close proximity to unlimited recreational opportunities, and easy access to Alberta’s major centres makes the Village of Cowley a great place to live.