In October of last year, the Sonoran Institute of Sheridan and Russell Mills Studios out of Colorado held a three day workshop to garner public and stakeholder input on how the new North Main Interstate 90 Interchange should look. Some preliminary sketches were presented to the Sheridan City Council Wednesday during a work session. City Public Works Director Nic Bateson.
Bateson said that the City has been discussing the possibility of acquiring the old interchange area from WYDOT.
The City is also looking at the idea of expanding the pathway system and constructing a Gateway Park in the area. Neither the WYDOT Interchange move, nor the City's proposed enhancements to the area are funded at this time. The North Main I-90 Interchange project is estimated at $44 million, with the City's enhancements projected to cost around $2 million, minus the Gateway Park.