Glanbrook is the south western district of the city of Hamilton. It dissolved as a municipality in 2001 when it amalgamated with other municipalities to become the present city of Hamilton.
Glanbrook is the smallest but fastest growing community in Hamilton. It has a population of 15,293. Its immigrant population has increased in recent years.
Glanbrook residents enjoy the laid-back lifestyle the district has to offer. There are many parks and trails in the area for enjoying the outdoors.
Glanbrook is tucked away from downtown Hamilton offering a short commute to the city, in a quieter more rural setting. The John C Munro Hamilton International Airport is right on the outskirts of Glanbrook.