[Seventh Street in Glenwood Springs. Photo: Kent Kanouse] Garfield County was named in honor of United States President James A. Garfield. The population was 56,389 in 2010. Glenwood Springs is both the county seat as well as the largest city.
Visit the Garfield County Government website.
- Eagle – east
- Grand, UT – southwest
- Mesa – south
- Pitkin – southeast
- Rio Blanco – north
- Routt – northeast
- Uintah, UT – northwest
- Apr – 5Point Film Festival in Carbondale
- Jun – Strawberry Days in Glenwood Springs
- Jun – Wild West Fermentation Fest in Glenwood Springs
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