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With a month to go, Cody prepares for the artistry of the 40th Annual Rendezvous Royale – the largest and most lucrative event in Cody’s “offseason.” The opening ceremony for the 40th Annual Rendezvous Royale will be held this evening at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West.  It coincides with the opening of this…

The first two weeks of August means road maintenance in Cody, as the City of Cody’s Streets Division plans to chip city roads in and around downtown. The City of Cody has released a schedule for extensive chip sealing throughout the community. According to their schedule, the work begins on Monday, August 2, and will…

Two years of intense construction on Sheridan Avenue finish ahead of schedule, which should keep traffic in Cody moving without interruption for decades. Sheridan Avenue is getting its finishing touches this week. After two years of intense construction, the Sheridan Avenue rehabilitation project is nearly finished. Todd Frost, W.Y.D.O.T. resident engineer in Cody, shared the…

It’s the report Cody has been waiting for – after two years and dozens of traffic alterations, “the end of the road” is near on Sheridan Avenue. WYDOT has released its latest update on the progress of the Sheridan Avenue rehabilitation project. Work on the massive road project throughout Cody continues this week, but the…

It’s a race to the finish line for construction on Sheridan Avenue, with W.Y.D.O.T. and construction crews confident they’ll reach the mid-June deadline. The Sheridan Avenue rehabilitation project is within a month of its conclusion, after a year of intense work to completely overhaul the road, sidewalks, and crosswalks. 2021 threw numerous construction delays at…

If you’re noticing construction barrels popping up all over Sheridan Avenue, it’s the sign the year-long project is winding down, minus the finishing touches. The Sheridan Avenue rehabilitation project continues chugging along. WYDOT and S&S Builders are eyeing the early summer finish line by this point, but there’s still lots of work to be done.…

If you know what kind of art you want to see bedazzling Sheridan Avenue, the Cody Public Art Committee has a simple survey for your artistic opinions. Since being founded in February 2019, the Cody Public Art Committee has been actively trying to add to Cody’s natural western beauty by highlighting its artisan community. The…

As Wyoming’s spring brings consistently warm weather, WYDOT begins numerous projects throughout the Bighorn Basin to improve roads, slopes, and bridges.WYDOT is either beginning or resuming several critical infrastructure projects in northwest Wyoming. Chief Joseph Highway Condon Johnson and Associates, Inc., of Kent, Wash., will resume work on the Chief Joseph Highway Slide repair project…

After two delays, it’s time for the Sheridan Avenue rehabilitation project to slow down and go downhill – so you’ll want to plan your Cody drive accordingly. Starting Thursday, April 1, fifty trucks and 500 cubic yards of concrete will be poured down 17th Street towards Alger Avenue. When the pour commences, one-way traffic with…

Winter weather has delayed the massive concrete pour planned on 17th Street, with the new pour and related traffic delays now planned for Thursday, April 1. Once again, the weather is delaying the massive concrete pour down 17th Street Hill. Winter weather has forced the rescheduling of the large downhill concrete pour planned on the…


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