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Goose Creek Polo Cup Deemed A Huge Success!

August 16th, 2019|

The Downtown Sheridan Association’s 10th Annual Goose Creek Polo Cup on July 28th proved to be a huge success with a high-rated polo cup, professional long-ball competition and sponsor long-ball competition raising $27,000!  All proceeds raised during this event benefit Downtown Sheridan Association’s mission, “To preserve, enhance, and promote historic downtown Sheridan to ensure future prosperity” and to advocate for maximum benefits for the Little Goose and Big Goose streams. Phase I & II are complete, and the Goose Creek Restoration Project recently transitioned into a Design and Construction Phase. The crowd enjoyed an exciting afternoon of polo in beautiful weather at the Flying H Polo Fields. The Bud Light Team of Jeff Blake, Miguel Astrada, Shane Rice and Sugar Erskine won 11-8 against the Coca Cola Team of Frankie Bilbao, Jason Crowder, Julian De Lusarreta and Steve Krueger. Most Valuable Player, sponsored by Legacy Diamond and Gems, was awarded to Sugar Erskine. The Best Playing Pony award, sponsored by Bison Union, was received by Twiggs who was played by Frankie Bilbao. The afternoon started with kid’s foot races sponsored by Carroll’s Furniture. Sponsors enjoyed tents supplied with food, beverages and prizes. The Champagne Divot Stomp, sponsored by Bursch Travel and Sheridan Custom Stone, brought the crowd onto the polo field to stomp divots.  The Goose Creek Polo Cup is the highest-rated polo game played in the US this summer and provides a great way for the public to enjoy an afternoon of polo with family and friends. This event [...]

5th Street Corridor Project

July 2nd, 2019|

The City of Sheridan is currently working on the East 5th Street Corridor Project. 5th Street is one of the key entryways into Sheridan. The road connects Interstate 90, downtown Sheridan and surrounding neighborhoods and employment areas. Since 2008, the future of East 5th Street has been brought up in discussion through various other projects and plans. No planning process has been provided for East 5th Street that has a definitive vision that considers the area's land use trends, constraints and opportunities. The purpose of the East 5th Street Corridor Plan is to create a common vision that reflects the stakeholders. The stakeholders include business and property owners, residents, WYDOT, the City of Sheridan, Sheridan County, and the broader community. In order to create a successful plan. stakeholders need to continue to engage and implement their vision for East 5th Street. The link below is an interactive map for East 5th Street. This map provides the community the opportunity to share their feedback with the City of Sheridan regarding this project. For more information regarding this project, contact the City of Sheridan. https://dowl.mysocialpinpoint.com/users/sign_in

Holiday Hours for July 4th

July 2nd, 2019|

In honor of Independence Day, our office will be closed July 4th & 5th. We will reopen on Monday, July 8th.  Have a safe and happy 4th of July weekend!

No Farmers Market This Week

July 2nd, 2019|

Due to the 4th of July falling on a Thursday, there will NOT be a farmers market this week. Have a safe and happy Independence Day!