Park Power is based in Sherwood Park, Alberta. Support a local business that provides superior service, lower rates, and shares its profits with local charities.
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We believe in our building our community through community involvment
We pair ourselves with community development partners that help build a brighter future. We try our best to be involved in progressive and forward thinking Charities and Organisations.Take a look at what we’ve accomplished together. Contact us if you’ve got a great idea, or if we can help you at all.
Park Power is proud to announce that we are a finalist for a 2016 Sherwood Park Chamber of Commerce Business Awards. As one of 3 finalists for the Don Neil Young Entrepreneur Award we are super excited to see how we will fare at the awards ceremony. As a locally owned business
Here are some great tips for preparing your home for Alberta winters. We found them at Energy Saver, U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) consumer resource on saving energy and using renewable energy technologies at home. Follow these tips to put in some work now to reduce your energy bills over the winter months. 1.
Join Park Power in helping bring awareness to the issue of Family Violence with the #SCSpeakOut Campaign. Show our community that you care and get engaged in the conversation, both in person and on social media, around the complex issue of family violence. The hashtag #SCSpeakout will be used in as a
Park Power is proud to announce our latest addition to our Community Partner roster, Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS) Northern Alberta who have been positive and effective nature advocates in Alberta since 1968. As a collaborative organization, CPAWS works with government, forestry and oil industry representatives, and communities to find
Park Power is very excited to be an exhibitor at the Edmonton Pride in the Park Festival Saturday June 4, 2016 at Strathcona Park in Old Strathcona (104 St & 86 Ave). The festival begins right after the Pride Parade and is a free event for all ages that runs from
The impact of the recent wildfire on the people from Fort McMurray is devastating. We all know of someone connected in one way or another in the Wood Buffalo area, or watch on TV the hardships that so many families facing as they try to escape the wildfires. Park Power