Sheridan's airport is gearing up to undergo a study for the formulation of a Master Plan.
Federal Aviation Administration regulations dictate each airport should have a full Master Plan study every 10 years. Airport manager, John Stopka, said the study will include developmental goals in relation to forecasted airport activity, and will require the help of several different entities.
Sheridan County's Commissioners unanimously agreed to approve a Federal Grant Application for $370,000 and an additional request from the state for $14,000 to complete the study. The airport will put up $9,000.
Stopka said the runways, taxiways and terminal building will be evaluated.