The City of Sheridan participates in the National Flood Insurance Program’s (NFIP) Community Rating System. This program provides additional benefits to federally backed flood insurance policies in exchange for certain educational and support services offered by the community. For any questions regarding the NFIP, floodplain maps, elevation certificates or way to reduce the potential for flood damage, please contact the Planning Office at (307) 674-6483 x226.
Elevation Certificates are required for all building construction or substantial improvement within a designated flood hazard area. The City of Sheridan maintains copies of all elevation certificates submitted in conjunction with a building permit. Elevation certificates are available on request at City Hall. Please note, elevation certificates now require building photographs for completion.
To view the City of Sheridan Flood Insurance Rate Map, or access a copy of the Elevation Certificate, please see the floodplain documents at the bottom of the page. For more information on how to protect families and properties from flood and other natural or manmade disasters, please see the FEMA link .
- 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