|Welcome to the Village of Cremona, the "Village of Tomorrow". Located in Mountain View County in south-central Alberta, Cremona was named after Cremona Italy, home of the Stradivarius Violins.
Cremona is a vibrant and energetic community and is working toward realizing its potential as a prosperous and viable community. The Village joined the Communities in Bloom program in 2014, and, as the judges said, their first impression was of a clean and tidy community, at the "anything is possible" phase.
Cremona has a very nice blend of businesses for your shopping pleasure. Our businesses are a mixture of small-town friendliness and personal service.
We are very proud of active Family & Community Support Services programming. The Cremona School is part of the Chinook's Edge School Division and includes Grades ECS through 12. Our School Library has a vast array of programming opportunities, as well as being home to a full-time operating Community Engagement Site. The Municipal Library is part of the Parkland Regional Library system, and provides internet and computer access for the public.
Our emergency services are led by an active volunteer fire department.
Cremona is home to a fascinating museum with a wealth of history and many photos and artifacts from the past.
The community supports a variety of cultural and recreational opportunities for residents and visitors.
We hope you will enjoy your visit here enough to make Cremona your home.
Posted November 19, 2020
The November/December FCSS Newsletter is now online. Please click here to read what's going on in town.
Posted November 18, 2020
The next Council meeting is December 15th at 7 pm. An informal coffee time is held at 6:30 pm with the Regular Council Meeting beginning at 7 pm. Council meetings are held in Chambers at 106 1st Ave E.
Posted October 28, 2020
The November Village Voice is now online. Check it out and stay updated on what's happening in town.
Posted September 8, 2020
NEW!! Online Crime Reporting Tool - You can use Online Crime Reporting if:
* You have lost something that costs less than $5000
* Someone has stolen something from you that costs less than $5000
* Someone has vandalized your property or vehicle and it will cost less than $5000 to repair it
* The crime happened within the jurisdiction of the Alberta RCMP.
Posted January 11, 2019
Have you seen our video? Check it out on our Visitor Information page.