The Trailside Subdivision at Woodland Park is ready to be built.
That’s according to Jane Clark, a Sheridan realtor who would be the main subdivision manager.
Trailside is one of four affordable housing projects vying for all, or at least a portion, of $340,000 that would be available from Sheridan County commissioners to fund affordable housing projects in the county.
Developers of the four projects gave presentations at a public meeting earlier this week.
In materials presented earlier to county commissioners, Clark said the developers of Trailside have their own funds to accompany grant funds to finish the development, so no loan is required.
She said the homes would be entry-level single-family homes with their own yards and attached garage, the goal being to provide high efficiency homes with windows on all sides, double garage and a yard for the family pet. She said the development is close to Woodland Park Elementary School and Sheridan College.
In addition, Clark said, the land is already appropriately zoned and has a preliminary plat.
County Commissioner Nick Siddle, who moderated the housing meeting, said he didn’t know at this time when commissioners will make a decision on award of the affordable housing funds, nor whether commissioners will award funds to one or more than one of the projects.