Sherwood Park

What is Sherwood Park known for?


major projects

2006 population of 56,845. Economy Sherwood Park has a strong economy with over $9.0 billion worth of major projects completed, announced, or under construction. A district known as Refinery Row lies west of Sherwood Park and includes some


population history

Demographics


large community

in the Netherlands. Further global expansion is planned, despite established competitors Jamba Juice and Smoothie King in the US. It is located in Division No. 11 (Division No. 11, Alberta) and is also part of the Edmonton Census Metropolitan Area (Edmonton Capital Region). More than half of the population lives in Sherwood Park, a large community east of Edmonton that has opted to retain hamlet (hamlet (place)) status. Strathcona County was designated as a specialized municipality on January 1, 1996, in order to accommodate the specific needs of an area that includes both urban and rural territory. Municipality Profile - Alberta Municipal Affairs *North Cooking Lake (North Cooking Lake, Alberta) *Sherwood Park (urban service area (List of communities in Alberta#Urban service areas)) *South Cooking Lake (South Cooking Lake, Alberta) demo-cd Division No. 11 (Division No. 11, Alberta) demo-csd Edmonton, Sherwood Park, Strathcona County (Strathcona County, Alberta), Fort Saskatchewan terminus_a Saskatchewan border in Lloydminster continues as wikipedia:Sherwood Park


football community

, and Cam Ward and Daymond Langkow. The Sherwood Park Kings Athletic Club includes levels from Peewee to Midget and with the highest level being the Midget "AAA" program. Sherwood Park is a significant football community. At least one Sherwood Park High School Football Team has been to the Alberta Provincial Final since the 1999 season. The Bantam team, the Sherwood Park Rams, have won provincials five of the last seven seasons.


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Postal code span postal_code T8A to T8H (List of T Postal Codes of Canada) area_code +1-780 (Area code 780), +1-587 (Area code 587) blank_name Highways (List of Alberta provincial highways) blank_info Highway 216 (Alberta Highway 216) Highway 21 (Alberta Highway 21) Highway 14 (Alberta Highway 14) website Strathcona County footnotes <

; It is located adjacent to the City of Edmonton's eastern boundary, generally south of Highway 16 (Alberta Highway 16) (Yellowhead Trail), west of Highway 21 (Alberta Highway 21) and north of Highway 630 (Alberta Highway 630) (Wye Road). Other portions of Sherwood Park extend beyond Yellowhead Trail and Wye Road, while Highway 216 (Alberta Highway 216) (Anthony Henday Drive) separates Refinery Row (Refinery Row (Edmonton)) to the west

: www.strathcona.ab.ca Strathcona Council About+Strathcona+County default.htm title About Strathcona County publisher Strathcona County accessdate 2010-08-21 History The Cree and Saulteaux Nations are the First Nations peoples who lived in this territory for centuries. The first Europeans did not arrive in the region until in the late 18th century. Buffalo were abundant in the region, and an important source of food and clothing for the local First Nations. Though the local


personal life

accessdate 2006-08-23 wikipedia:Sherwood Park


summer games

County hosted the 2007 Western Canada Summer Games with most of the events held in Sherwood Park. The games included 2,300 athletes, coaches, and officials from the four western provinces and three northern territories. Around 2,800 volunteers helped make the games a success. Government Sherwood Park is governed by the Strathcona County Council. The County's mayor is Roxanne Carr who replaced Linda Osinchuk in the 2013 municipal election (Strathcona County municipal election, 2013). <


culture arts

: www.sherwoodparknews.com 2013 02 21 new-stats-released-by-county-rcmp Arts and culture Facilities for visual and performing arts in Sherwood Park include the A.J. Ottewell Community Centre, Art Gallery @ 501, Festival Place and Smeltzer House Centre for Visual Arts.


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, and Cam Ward and Daymond Langkow. The Sherwood Park Kings Athletic Club includes levels from Peewee to Midget and with the highest level being the Midget "AAA&quot; program. Sherwood Park is a significant football community. At least one Sherwood Park High School Football Team has been to the Alberta Provincial Final since the 1999 season. The Bantam team, the Sherwood Park Rams, have won provincials five of the last seven seasons.

Sherwood Park

'''Sherwood Park''' is a large hamlet (hamlet (place)) in Alberta, Canada within Strathcona County that is recognized as an urban service area (List of communities in Alberta#Urban service areas). It is located adjacent to the City of Edmonton's eastern boundary, generally south of Highway 16 (Alberta Highway 16) (Yellowhead Trail), west of Highway 21 (Alberta Highway 21) and north of Highway 630 (Alberta Highway 630) (Wye Road). Other portions of Sherwood Park extend beyond Yellowhead Trail and Wye Road, while Highway 216 (Alberta Highway 216) (Anthony Henday Drive) separates Refinery Row (Refinery Row (Edmonton)) to the west from the balance of the hamlet to the east.

Sherwood Park was established in 1955 on farmland of the Smeltzer family, east of Edmonton. With a population of 65,465 in 2012, Sherwood Park has enough people to be Alberta's seventh largest city, but technically retains the status of a hamlet. The Government of Alberta (Politics of Alberta) recognizes the Sherwood Park Urban Service Area as equivalent to a city.

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