The annual Sheridan Days is Sheridan’s main summer event that brings the community together. The three-day happening mostly takes place at the Roy Silve Memorial Baseball Park with a car show, kickball and horseshoe tournament and music in the park, as well as a fireman’s barbeque, parade and brunch at Jackson’s Garden.
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While more and more people discover the “last best place” and areas like Bozeman continue to grow, Sheridan refuses to become another small town statistic.
How Sheridan’s Main Street may impact future growth
With paving almost complete in Sheridan, Main Street is taking shape.
“Back in February we estimated we would be paving the second week of June,” said Kevin Allen, Helena Sand and Gravel’s project manager for the Sheridan Main Street project. “We’re looking at May 18 … we are about two or three weeks ahead of schedule.”
Sheridan Main Street Businesses stay positive during construction
Sheridan’s Main Street construction is back in business after winter hiatus
Sheridan’s Main Street is getting a long-awaited makeover. Nearly 10 years ago, the Montana Department of Transportation promised the town a new Main Street with a fresh road base, new storm drainages and new sidewalks. Now, MDT is ramping up to commence construction this spring.
Sheridan residents who are ready for a new Main Street have a reason to be excited – the contract for the Sheridan Main Street project that was awarded to Helena Sand and Gravel, Inc., will begin on Oct. 20, which is months earlier than expected, according to Geno Liva, project engineer with the Montana Department of Transportation (MDT).
Sheridan residents have only a little longer to wait before construction begins on Montana Highway 287. Locals refer to it simply as “Main Street.”
Road construction will probably begin in mid-April, depending on the weather, said Geno Liva, Butte District construction operations engineer with the Montana Department of Transportation.