In March 2009, the City of Sheridan commissioned a public outreach and visioning process to identify potential improvements for Thorne-Rider Park in north central Sheridan. This process was an outgrowth of two related overarching processes, the North Main Master Plan and the Parks and Recreation Master Plan. The Thorne-Rider visioning process was intended to assess community desires and priorities for revitalization of this community park in the heart of the North Main planning area. Through the North Main Revitalization Initiative, the public and the North Main Neighborhood Association Board of Directors identified greenways and recreational opportunities as a high priority for revitalization and new development. Thorne-Rider Park was repeatedly and consistently identified as an essential element in establishing the North Main area as a recreation destination.
During the community visioning process, community members came together to develop recommendations and concept drawings to visually capture and combine comments received from process participants, and all of this was compiled together to make up the Thorne-Rider Park Final Report.
- Utilities Department Org Chart - Dec, 2012
- Storm Drainage Design Criteria
- Sheridan Entryway Design Standards
- Safe Routes To School Exhibit
- Public Works Org Chart June 2012
- North Main I90 Interchange Visioning Process and Results
- Flood Insurance Rate Map
- Elevation Certificate
- City of Sheridan SOQ forms
- City of Sheridan Design Standards