For citizen convenience the City of Sheridan has implemented a new online service for public meeting. Please click the following link to experience this new service.
Click on City Agendas to find the upcoming Agenda and to search historical meeting records. Packet details are now also included within the Agenda and Minutes records.
Please contact Brenda Williams if you have any questions or comments at email@example.com.
It is my privilege as Mayor to welcome you to our website. If you are a resident or visitor to our city or are simply visiting our website I hope that you will find it both interesting and informative. Our citizens are proud of Sheridan and we know that by working together we can make Sheridan even better!
Our vision of Sheridan is a beautiful, safe city that promotes a high quality of life and a sound economy.
Located halfway between Yellowstone Park and Mount Rushmore, Sheridan welcomes visitors from all over the globe. With the Big Horn Mountains as a backdrop, Sheridan is home to world class fly fishing, hiking, camping and winter sports. We have a beautiful, vibrant downtown – a shoppers’ delight! We also have over 13 miles of biking/walking paths, the WYO Theater, museums, fantastic restaurants, a top notch rodeo – – and so much more.
Sheridan enjoys a rich history. In June of 1876 General Crook and his troops were camped on Little Goose Creek south of Sheridan. They were fishing on Teepee Creek when they saw smoke to the north which as it turned out was coming from the Battle of the Little Big Horn where General Custer met his demise.
As you enjoy the scenic vistas of the Sheridan community, I’m sure you’ll be enthralled, as were General Crook and his troops, with the natural beauty of this place we call home.
Mayor John Heath
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Front Page News
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- Free Landfill Days – Fall 2015!
- Sign up for Code Red
- Sheridan Ecosystem Restoration Project Public Meeting
- Kendrick Golf Tournament Schedule 2015
- Curbside Recycling Program Information
- Fluoride January 2015