In 2016, the City of Sheridan launched , the voter-approved Sheridan Bond Improvements Program to enhance the community through a series of reconstruction projects addressing street, sidewalk, drainage and stormwater issues. DrivingChange
The November 3, 2015 bond initiative passed by more than half of voters. is critical for the community because 75 percent of Sheridan’s streets are in fair or poor condition, with crumbling sidewalks, drainage issues causing water damage, and areas with high accident rates and traffic congestion. Each year these issues weren’t addressed, the cost for repairs increased by more than $1 million. Construction cost for all the projects combined is estimated at $31 million and will take approximately four years to complete with an estimated monthly tax impact of $9.92 per $100,000 of a home’s actual market value. DrivingChange
Click to read a letter from former City of Sheridan Mayor Dallas Hall about DrivingChange. here
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This Week's Construction Alert:
Be alert as there will be increased truck traffic in the Rose Garden, Alice Terry and Fort Logan neighborhoods for grading and paving.
As paving occurs in your neighborhood, please remember it is very important to stay off the street until the contractor opens it up again. Parking will be restricted.
When installed, asphalt is approximately 300 degrees and can take several hours to cool to a safe temperature. Please keep pets and children away from the asphalt as it could cause serious injury.