Our Mission is to preserve and enhance historic downtown Sheridan to ensure future prosperity.
The Downtown Sheridan area serves as the heartbeat of the community where people come together to enjoy the convenience and friendliness of hometown businesses, local services, specialty and convenience shopping and unique recreational and cultural activities. Our downtown is the pride of our community providing both financial and intrinsic value, a popular destination for visitors as well as new businesses and residents while preserving our historical assets.
The economic vitality, physical appearance and perception of the community’s district acts as the barometer of health for the entire community. To that the Downtown Sheridan Association, a not-for-profit volunteer organization, is actively working to maintain a healthy downtown by focusing on historic preservation and economic development.
The Downtown Sheridan Association was founded in 1985 and became incorporated in 1987. DSA follows the approach by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, also known as the Main Street Program. The key to the Main Street Program is to improve the image of our community’s downtown through a balanced and comprehensive process that requires incremental improvements in four areas: Organization, Promotion Design Economic Restructuring.
To view a map of the DSA District Boundary, click here.