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Glasgow, Virginia, is nestled between the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, bounded by the James and Maury Rivers in Rockbridge County. Early settlers, filled with dreams and hopes, arrived in this land of promise as early as the 1730s. Today, Glasgow is a wonderful small town that offers natural beauty, outdoor activities, and a welcoming community.
We are recognized as an Appalachian Trail Community and welcome hikers from all over the world. Glasgow is a short drive to Natural Bridge State Park and approximately 20 minutes from historic downtown Lexington, Virginia. It spans 1.5 square miles, with roughly 1,100 residents calling Glasgow home.
Glasgow Town Hall
1100 Blue Ridge Road
PO Box 326
Glasgow, VA. 24555
Fax: (540) 258-1325
Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Glasgow is part of the James River Wilderness Area - a 9,000-acre area known for its diversity of plant and animal life and well-maintained trail system. Elevations range from 650ft to 3,073 ft. Six trails are contained within the area. Hikers around the world stop here to rest as they make their way along the Appalachian Trail.
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Glasgow was established by a Charter granted by the General Assembly in 1892. The town operates the Council-Manager model of government where legislative power is vested in the town council and administrative and executive functions are delegated to the Town Manager.