The City of Sheridan Planning Commission approved the conceptual plan for the High-Tech Business Park in north Sheridan. The State Loan and Investment Board recently approved $2.5 million for the City to extend infrastructure to the park. Since none of the lots within the business park will be smaller than 4 acres, City Planning Director Robert Briggs says it is geared toward specific types of businesses.
Building height was a topic that was discussed by the Commission, and Briggs stated that there will be regulations as far as how tall a structure can be.
The 38.5 acres that the High-Tech Business Park will be located on is land that was obtained through a land swap with Rice and Sons LLC.