Sheridan, Arkansas Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

If you are thinking about moving to Sheridan City, Wyoming, you may be wondering where to find out the Population & Steets in Sheriffan City. This information will help you find a new home and get to know the community better. You can find out the population in Sheridan City by looking up real estate listings on Zillow. There are currently over 2,515 residents in Sheridan, and the average commute time is just over twenty-six minutes. The median price of a home in Sheridan is $209,700, and over ten years, home appreciation has been 7.1%.

The city has a diverse history. In the early twentieth century, coal mining fueled the town's development. The mines in the Tongue River Valley attracted a cosmopolitan population. In addition to mining, the city also had flour mills, a Holly Sugar Mill, and a Sheridan Brewery. Prohibition, which banned the sale of liquor, also stimulated the development of illegal businesses.

Sheridan was settled by farmers and cattle trail travelers from Texas and midwestern states. The town was later incorporated, and a governor of Wyoming named John B. Kendrick founded the city. In the 1930s, immigrants from other countries came to Sheridan to find work in agriculture, coal mines, and railroads. The Afghani community included the charismatic Zarif "Louie" Kahn, a tamale vendor from Pakistan. The city was also home to many Polish families from Jaworzynka village in southern Poland.