Living the Rural Life
Residents of every Community in Cardston County enjoy a high quality of life. We have excellent health services and educational facilities. Our Communities are a safe place to live, work and raise a family. From affordable housing to diverse employment opportunities, life in Cardston County is teeming with opportunity for all who live here.
With its open ranges, 45 000 acres of fertile ranch land, rugged timberland and stunning views of the majestic Rocky Mountains, the lifestyle in Cardston County is healthy and its Community spirit vibrant.
Cardston County also offers a rich cultural mix. Its strong Mormon heritage springs from a history of hard working pioneers who came to settle what was once untamed land and stayed to build Communities joined in a common faith and deep family values. Cardston County also borders the Kainaiwa Nation (Blood Tribe) and includes many Hutterite colonies.
Residents and visitors can enjoy a wide range of cultural and recreational activities. From outdoor adventure to fascinating historical centers, Cardston County offers something for everyone.
April: 6° Celsius (43° Fahrenheit)
July: 18° Celsius (65° Fahrenheit)
October: 6° Celsius (43° Fahrenheit)
Total Hours of Sunshine:
229 cm of snow per year
Frost Free Days:
Cardston County is policed by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and our citizens feel protected and secure in communities with a low crime rate and high quality of life.
Rental properties are also available.
Our educational programs offer excellence and choice for residents of all ages.
Our medical facilities and services provide an excellent standard of health care.
Churches and Religious Organizations
Find out more about the churches and religious organizations in our Communities.
Look here for information on important services in our Communities.
Would you like to learn more about our Community, regional, provincial and federal governance?