County Corner News
Riparian Management Project - Sheridan County is very interested in the views of the public regarding the Riparian Management Project. Please take a few moments to view the results of the recent survey. To visit the Riparian Management Project website go to http://www.sheridancounty.com/SheridanRiparian/SheridanRiparianAreas.htm
How different is living in the country than living in the city? Check out the Code of the West.
As a reminder from the Sheridan County Public Works Department, permits as listed may be required for the following activities in Sheridan County:
Building Permit & Zoning Permit: Construction of any new building, or addition to, or change of use of existing building.
Driveway Permit: Change or construction of any driveway accessing a County Road./info/assets/BOCC/survey.pdf
Septic Permit: Construction of a new or replacement septic system, including a partial replacement.
Flood Plain Program Development Permit: Any activity within the County designated flood plain areas.
All permits issued by Sheridan county are subject to a fee per the Sheridan County Land Use Fee Schedule. Permits issued after the activity has commenced will be subject to an additional inspection fee.
If you are unsure if a permit is required, please contact the Public Works Department at 674-2920, or stop by the County Courthouse at 224 S. Main St., 4th Floor.
OTHER COUNTY HAPPENINGS!
SHERIDAN COUNTY FULMER PUBLIC LIBRARY ACTIVITIES - for the Library's weekly calendar visit - www.sheridanwyolibrary.org. For more information, please contact Debbie Iverson at 674-8585 x29.
Watercolor exhibit by thirteen senior individuals: Louise Knievel, Jack Burke, Gerald VanLitsenborgh, Helen Graham, Maxine Gifford, H. Marlene Stratton, Joane Feagins, Mary Ann Frazer, Debbie Richardson, Vickie Koltiska, Gail Eisele Brown, Dave Siebert and Gail Sidletsky. This group has been painting together at the Sheridan Senior Center since October and includes beginners and more accomplished painters. Artist reception will be held on Tuesday, June 4, 5-7pm in the Inner Circle. Gail Sidletsky has been teaching art at the Senior Center for 7 years. She is a member of the Wyoming Watercolor Society, the Sheridan Artists' Guild (SAGE) and owns and operates Scotty's Skate Castle.
The Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library will host a series of free classes for individuals and organizations who are seeking grants or who wish to learn the basics of writing a grant proposal presented by Scott Ullman who is from the San Francisco office of the Foundation Center. Fulmer Library is a Foundation Center library and is part of a national network of libraries which provide Foundation Center publications for public reference, access to Internet resources and assistance and instruction on how to do funding research. Thursday, June 6 @ 1pm - Online Grantseeking Resources presented by Scott Ullman, Foundation Center; Thursday, June 6 @ 2:30pm - Q&A session with Ada Kirven, Sheridan Johnson Community Foundation; Wednesday, June 12 @ 1pm - Grantseeking Basics; Wednesday, June 19 @ 1pm - Before You Seek a Grant; Wednesday, June 26 @ 1pm - Proposal Writing Basics. Classes are FREE and open to the public, please call to register 674-8585x3
For additional information about the classes in Sheridan, contact Anita Weisheit, Reference Librarian 674-8585x16
Fulmer Library Mezzanine - May 16 - June 30 Gail Sidletsky's Senion Watercolor Students' Exhibit
Fulmer Library Inner Circle -
Fulmer Library Round Case - Civil War Memorabilia from the Wyoming Room at the Fulmer Public Library
Fulmer Library Children's Library - Lincoln Display: Information and Books You Can Check Out!