Posted on: June 2, 2020
The City of Sherman will be suspending curbside recycling, effective June 15. In anticipation of that change, we wanted to provide some answers to the most common questions we’ve been hearing from citizens:
Why did the City make this decision?
Posted on: May 21, 2020
The Community Needs Survey is part of the Consolidated Plan development and Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing and is undertaken to gauge what the community thinks is important when allocating public grant funds under the Community Development Block ...Read more...
Posted on: March 13, 2020
UPDATE 5/21 - As of May 21st, the Municipal Ballroom has reopened for events. Temporary COVID restrictions include:
- Maximum occupancy of 120
- Maximum table occupancy of 4
- NO kitchen use - catering only
- No dances
- Cancellations allowed up to 2 weeks pri...
Posted on: February 6, 2020
Sherman ended 2019 with more than 220 new residential construction permits issued, making 2019 the city’s strongest year for residential construction in decades.
In October, the city had 59 permits for residential construction in what h...Read more...