Council Discusses Hidden Bridge Ranch Rezone Request at Study Session

City of Sheridan Community Development Director Wade Sanner (Photo Ron Richter ©)

The Sheridan City Council at a study session Monday night discussed an ordinance to allow for the Hidden Bridge Ranch rezone of 18.55 acres of property from R-1 Residence District and B-1 Business District to R-2 Residence District. City Community Development Director Wade Sanner said that the applicant, Andy McFaul for Excalibur Construction, Inc., is requesting a rezone for future development of the two properties located in the 700 block of Mydland Road, South of West 5th Street.

Wade Sanner

Sanner said that associated with the proposed rezoning, the applicant is proposing a subdivision of 18.55 acres into 89 lots, 86 residential lots and three open space lots.

Wade Sanner

The ordinance allowing for the rezone is expected to be considered by the Council at one of their upcoming regularly scheduled business meetings.

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Mike schmitz
9 months ago

I oppose this rezoning effort. The only reason for reducing the lot size is to increase the
Profits by the developer. The traffic on 5th will become severe.

9 months ago

It’s all about profit. Visit Bozeman or ft. Collins and you can see the future of Sheridan, a sad outlook for a once quiet and quant hidden gem.