Events and Announcements
We understand the value of building connections. Every two years in the spring, we host a Safety Seminar & Trade Show in Sherwood Park.
We also enjoy partnering with industry professionals and local communities throughout the year on creative safety focused initiatives. If you would like to arrange a presentation or explore partnership opportunities please email us at
Listed below are the dates of EAPUOC’s 2023 monthly meetings. Determination has yet to be made whether they will be staged virtually or not. If in person, they will be held in the Annex Building of Strathcona County Offices, 2001 Sherwood Drive, Sherwood Park, Alberta. The Community Awareness and General Committee Meetings are both staged on the same day. The former commences at 8:00 a.m. and adjourns at approximately 9:00 a.m. with the latter commencing at 9:15 a.m. and adjourning at 12:00 noon. Please mark your calendars accordingly:
- January 18th
- February 15th
- March 15th
- April 19th
- April 19th Annual General Meeting
- May 17th
- June 21st - Meeting/Annual Golf Tournament - Broadmoor Public Golf Course, Sherwood Park, Alberta
- September 20th
- October 18h
- November 15th
- December 13th – Raleigh Room, Clarion Hotel & Conference Centre, Sherwood Park, Alberta
Event focuses on partnerships that protect underground infrastructure and public safety
March 2, 2019 Edmonton, AB– Local historians, municipal government, safety advocates and the capital region’s underground infrastructure operators marked the 40th anniversary of one of the largest peacetime civic evacuations on record at the Mill Woods Public Library this Saturday.
On March 2, 1979, first responders safely shepherded 19,000 Mill Woods residents from their homes following the rupture of an underground propane pipeline and subsequent fire that burned for 16 hours. The incident lasted for two days and was later attributed to an accidental and unreported contact with a propane pipeline.
“This unprecedented chain of events was certainly a defining moment for our city,” explains Former Mayor Cecil Purves. “Not only did it bring people together, it was the catalyst for positive changes that have helped to protect our community going forward.”