Story By: Spencer Porden
The City of Sheridan will choose a consultant at their next regularly scheduled city council meeting to perform an assessment on the building, which formerly housed C&C Tire, on 103 N. Gould Street.
The city bought the lot and 10,000 square-foot building in 2018 with the vision of increasing public parking in the downtown area. Currently the city has no dedicated use for the building, however, they are hiring a consulting firm to conduct a building assessment on the structure to see what kind of shape it is in.
According to the city, “this project will investigate the condition of the building, obtain recommendations for immediate improvements to ensure the building stays viable to allow flexibility in future uses.”
The Sheridan City Council will meet with public works director, Lane Thompson, to discuss the potential consultants at their study session on Monday, January 14th. The city will make a formal decision on the consultant they will use at their next scheduled city council meeting, on January 21st.