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Sherwood Park Dumpster Rental

Your Bin There dump That Sherwood Park dumpster rental operators are Linda and Tim Maisonneuve. Linda and Tim have been providing their Sherwood Park dumpster rental services for over 3 years and look forward to assisting homeowners and contractors in Sherwood Park with their renovation projects or clean up process. Please feel free to give us a call for a dumpster rental quote for your next project. Let Bin There Dump That Sherwood Park be your first choice for dumpster rental service in Sherwood Park.

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Community Bio

Sherwood Park is a large hamlet in Strathcona County that is recognized as an urban service area and is located just to the east of Edmonton. Sherwood Park was first established in 1954 on the farmland of the Smeltzer family. With a population of 65,465 in 2012, Sherwood Park had enough people to be Alberta's seventh largest city, but technically retains the status of a hamlet. The Government of Alberta recognizes the Sherwood Park Urban Service Area as equivalent to a city.

Our best kept secret will become your best told story. There is much to see and experience in Strathcona County. Whether one prefers the tranquility of wildlife watching, the excitement of a festival, live music and theatre or outdoor recreation pursuits, Strathcona County is your natural location for fun.

The County is home to many quality recreation facilities that offer swimming, skating, fitness and play opportunities year-round. Multi-use trails link parks, playgrounds and community-gathering spaces for everyone to enjoy.

In the early 1950s, developers John Hook Campbell and John Mitchell envisioned a satellite town of 100 houses to accommodate employees of the industries east of Edmonton. In 1953, they received approval from the Municipal District of Strathcona for the development of the residential hamlet named "Campbelltown" and in September 1955, the first model homes were opened to the public. Later in 1956, the name of the hamlet was changed to Sherwood Park, due to Canada Post not approving the name Campbelltown, because several Canadian communities had similar names.

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