A region of opportunity is found in the County of Warner, with its northern boundary located just south east of Lethbridge, Alberta and its southern border located on the Canada/United States border.
The County landscape provides a variety of visual experiences. Flatland to the rolling hills of the Milk River Ridge to the Hoodoos at Writing on Stone Provincial Park, from the recreation areas at Chin Lake and Ridge Reservoirs to the peaceful wetland at the Rush Lake Bird Sanctuary.
Most of the economy of the County is based on agriculture, both in dryland and irrigation production. In addition to crop-diversified agriculture production, the County has the potential and capability of supporting new recreational, tourism and industrial development. The County has the advantage of being located close to the large trading market in United States market as well as the City of Lethbridge to the north. These markets are served easily by the newly twinned Highway 4 which runs through the County of Warner from the U.S. Border at Coutts, Alberta to points north.
The County of Warner extends an open invitation to anyone looking for a holiday destination point, a location to call home or a site to establish a business to come and join us in a region of opportunity... the County of Warner.
To promote and protect agricultural activities and the rural way of life.
The County of Warner is committed to providing municipal services through responsible governance in a process recognizing the diversity of our County providing an atmosphere that leads to the overall health and well-being of all those living and working in the County of Warner