Downtown Sheridan has been torn up with construction for the past two summers. The City has been trying to update its aging infrastructure along with repairing road surfaces. The Brooks Street Phase II project, along with the Smith Street project, has created a few dilemmas for drivers looking for the shortest route to their destination. Once again traffic patterns will change on Monday. Vista West Engineering Principal Randy Bomar.
Construction workers labored well into the evening yesterday, getting Brundage Street paved between Main and Brooks Streets. Brundage Street should be open to traffic by Monday, August 3rd.
During the remainder of the Brooks Street project, at least two east-west routes must remain passable at all times.
The Smith Street paving was substantially complete on Tuesday, and once curb, gutter and sidewalks are complete, they expect to open that street; the contractor is shooting for August 7th.