Sheridan County Population is 29,239 (2011) covering an area of 2,527 miles along the Bighorn Mountains.  Sheridan County was established in 1888 and today is a balance of small town community mixed with culture, arts and a flare of the wild west.

The City of Sheridan Population is 17,517.

Elevation 3743 feet.Nearby Cities Mileage

    -Cheyenne 334
    -Billings, MT 124
    -Rapid City, SD 250
    -Denver, CO 442
Climate
Annual Jan Temp 20.8 F.
Annual July Temp 69.9 F.
Annual Avg Rainfall 14.48″
Annual Snowfall 74.30″
Avg Growing Season 119 Days
Low Humidity and Wind
 Taxes
No State Income or Capital Gains Taxes
No Corporate Income Tax
6% Sales Tax
Annual Property Tax
-$225,000 House = $1,560 Tax
Education

  • 3 Districts w/ schools in 5 communities.
  • Sheridan College & Technical Center
  • The Hathaway Scholarship provides financial assistance to eligible Wyoming graduates.  (No payback required.)
  • Numerous low-interest student loans available from local non-profit organizations
  • 36 Child Care Facilities
Health Care Facilities

  • Veteran’s Administration Hospital
  • 4 Assisted Living Centers
  • 2 Emergency Transportation Service
  • 3 Urgent Care Facilities
  • 2 Rehabilitation Centers
  • Sheridan Memorial Hospital
        Cancer Center
        Out Patient Surgery
        Respiratory Therapy
        Dialysis Center
Recreation Facilities
Bowling alley, roller skating rink,
ice hockey rink, swimming pools,
tennis courts, soccer fields,
ball fields, YMCA, pathway system
3 Golf Courses
5 Community Parks
2 Polo Clubs
Sheridan Gun Club