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2019 Public Works Week - Thank you for your support

Thanks to all of those who came out to the 2019 Show n' Shine held on May 22. Thank you for supporting the fearless crews that keep our communities running.

Every year during Public Works Week, we host a Show n' Shine event to showcase the various types of equipment that maintain our communities, including snow plows, refuse and recycling trucks, buses, loaders, graders, sweepers, parks equipment and fire trucks. We often feature a live-on-location radio broadcast and much more. It's fun for the whole family.

Show n' Shine Event: 2020

Stay tuned for announcements for the 2020 Show n' Shine event to be held during Public Works Week (typically in May). Residents are invited to come out and see public works equipment firsthand and meet the professionals that form the backbone of our communities.

Stuff-A-Bus for the Wood Buffalo Food Bank

In 2019, the Show n’ Shine event grew with more programs and demonstrations. In addition, we’re invited participants to bring non-perishable food donations to Stuff-A-Bus to support residents in need throughout the region. 

Thank you to all those who donated. Your generosity is appreciated. We stuffed a bus full of your donations and took them to the Wood Buffalo Food Bank for residents in our communities.

Stay tuned for announcements of future opportunities to support local families.

International Public Works Week

Since 1960, public works teams from across North America have been recognizing Public Works Week as a means of celebrating public works and educating people about the importance of public works for everyone, including safety, planning, building, managing and operating our communities and keeping residents connected.

Find out more about National Public Works Week and the American Public Works Association at

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