Welcome to Elwood, Utah! 

Elwood is in Box Elder County, Utah, with a population of about 1000 residents. Elwood was officially incorporated as a town in 1933, and a town hall was built in 1983 to host governmental functions, after 50 years of meeting in the old Elwood church. To learn more about Elwood's history, click on the "History" tab.

Deweyville Preparedness Expo

Deweyville Preparedness Expo

9:00 AM – Saturday, October 17, 2015

Deweyville Town Hall


What: Preparedness Expo

Who: Everyone is invited – All are Welcome

When: 9:00 AM - October 17, 2015

Why: To provide information, resources, ideas, and help to families and individuals in preparing for emergencies.

Where: Deweyville Town Hall and Park

What to Expect:


- Drawings and Giveaways

- AirCare Helicopter Display

- UHP Seat Belt Demonstrator

- Earthquake Demonstration Trailer

- Mr. Mark Millett - Box Elder County Emergency

- Food Samples from Locally Famous Chef

- Vendors of Emergency Preparedness Products

- CERT/First Aid Demonstrations

- 72-Hour Kit Displays and Information

- Bulk Food Storage Information


Plan to Be There! – You’ll Enjoy the Event!

Elwood Town Notices:

Elwood Town Notice:
Elwood Town is looking for residents to volunteer to serve on the Elwood Town Emergency Preparedness committee. We are looking for people with skills involving Ham Radio, Medicine, Heavy Equipment, Home Storage, or interest in planning & organizing. Please contact Gina Marble at Elwood Town Hall at (435)257-5518

Emergency Contact List

Elwood Town would like you to update your contact information, your personal information will only be used for an EMERGENCY ONLY...water break, emergency disaster, etc. You can email your Name, Phone number and an email address to gmarble@elwoodtown.com Thank you for your participation.

First Name:

Last Name:

Email Address:

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Elwood Town is invited to:

A Dance Through The Ages!

When: November 13th, 7:00pm-9:00pm

Who: 12 & up

Where: Elwood church in the cultural hall

Admission: Bring one item for the Brigham City Women’s shelter and get in free!

 Some examples are:

Baby Diapers


Baby Lotion

Christmas food



Baking foods: brownies, cakes etc…

 Come dressed in one of the oldies era’s for a fun night of dancing!