At the recommendation of Sheridan County Emergency Management Coordinator Jesse Ludikhuize, the Sheridan County Commissioners adopted the revised County Emergency Operations Plan in late December of 2022. The updated County EOP was discussed at the most recent Sheridan City Council study session. City Administrator Stu McRae said the County EOP is the City’s mechanism for obtaining State and Federal emergency management funds in the case of a larger emergency and does not preclude the City from addressing internal emergency funding unilaterally.
Ludikhuize, during a presentation to the Council and Mayor Rich Bridger, explained why the EOP was created and why it’s needed.
Ludikhuize says that Wyoming Statute requires that every local jurisdiction have an EOP.
You can view the County Emergency Operations plan here.
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