Monthly Archives: April 2018

Request for Proposal: Long Term Lease of Real Property Located at 429 W. Alger Sheridan, Wyoming 82801

Sheridan County is requesting proposals from qualified respondents for a long-term lease that demonstrates the highest and best use of the building located at 429 W. Alger Street, Sheridan, WY. The property is adjacent to the Sheridan Fulmer Public Library. 429 Alger consists of an approximate 1,650 square foot building along with a small garage sitting on approximately 10,000 square feet of land. The property is zoned R-3.

Respondents should clearly illustrate the potential use of the property, including plans for present use and how the property will be preserved and maintained for the future.

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Sheridan County Hazard Mitigation Plan Meeting Scheduled for May 8th, 2018

Public Meeting on Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan Update May 8, 5-7pm, Sheridan County Commissioner’s Library, 2nd Floor (new) courthouse annex Sheridan County is updating its Multi­ Hazard Mitigation Plan as part of a regional hazard mitigation planning effort that includes Campbell, Crook, Johnson, and Weston counties and their municipalities. The plan identifies hazards such as floods,… Continue Reading

The Board of County Commissioners for Sheridan County Is Now Accepting Applications For The Planning and Zoning Commission

The Board of County Commissioners for Sheridan County is now accepting applications to fill two open position for the Planning and Zoning Commission that will begin July 01, 2018. Applicants may reside in either an incorporated or unincorporated area of the county. Applicants must complete a cover letter and board application provided here. Applications must… Continue Reading

Sheridan County Optional One Cent funding requests for FY 2020 to 2023. Pending approval of voters, November 6, 2018.

The current 1% Optional Sales & Use Tax will expire on June 30, 2019. Sheridan County provides funding to local organizations through the annual allocation of Optional 1% Funds. A uniform application process has been established for organizations interested in applying for Sheridan County Optional 1% funding. Applicants will complete the attached application and provide… Continue Reading