Earlier this month the Sheridan City Council awarded the bid for this summer's rotomill and overlay project to Knife River, Inc. out of Casper in the amount of $1.3 million.
City Engineer Lane Thompson says that the project will encompass a few different areas of Sheridan.
The City will once again be utilizing the Full Depth Reclamation process that worked so well last year in resurfacing the streets.
The Full Depth Reclamation process is much cheaper than previous methods, as it recycles existing material. There isn't an exact date as to when the City's rotomill and overlay project will get underway, as the weather needs to be consistently warmer.
Thompson said that since the project is so spread out around the City, it will probably take about a month and a half to two months to complete. The rotomill and overlay project is paid for by funds from the optional one cent sales tax.