The CorWorth Management System holds provisional patents on the first monitoring systems ever created specifically for the parks & recreation industry. With these products, we can notify maintenance personnel when it’s time to change light bulbs, repair leaks, or empty garbage and waste products. We can lock and unlock doors automatically, detect vandalism, freezing temperatures and other damaging events, and we can even supplement utilities to produce more efficient, safer and public-friendly parks & recreation facilities.


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Why Smart Park Technologies?

  • Reduce Maintenance Cost
  • All information is routed to your desktop and your mobile phone
  • Contact Us Today to be eligible for Free Software Installation. 
  • Reduce Vandelism

  • “I was really amazed by the program that allowed me to control and see by way of a computer what was functioning or not functioning inside our restroom building. Who would have thought that today’s computer technology is available for a plumbing purpose?”
    — Jesse Gallegos, Plumbing Supervisor, City of San Antonio

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    CorWorth, through its R&D efforts is constantly searching for new and improved processes, products and materials. For example, we created the first-of-its-kind monitoring system designed specifically for the needs of parks & recreation directors. Or, how about the new designs and materials being used by some of our international customers? We can create a smaller physical footprint using stronger, lighter-weight materials that are easier to transport and setup on-site, yet they still provide superior strength, durability, and odor/weather/vandal resistance over any other products on the market today! 

    “The construction of the restroom off site and simple installation helped significantly with site and time constraints. Since the installation of the restroom staff has used the CorWorth CMS (management system) to monitor the restroom. Having access to the management system by internet or cell phone has been invaluable.”
    — Leon Firsht, City Engineer, City of Lemon Grove