Big honors for one of Cudahy’s most prized treasures. The Milwaukee County Landmarks Program has designated Sheridan Park a historical landmark.
Official recognition will be granted to the park at an awards ceremony on Monday, November 9 at 6:00 p.m.
Since its inception in 1974, the Milwaukee County Landmarks Committee has designated 94 properties as historical landmarks. The award is based on historic, architectural and/or cultural significance to the county. Among the recipients: the Cudahy Historical Society’s Train Depot, in addition to public parks, farmhouses, mansions, industrial buildings, churches, schools and medical institutions.
“Cudahy resident Raynelle Heil nominated Sheridan Park for the designation and was instrumental in getting it approved,” said Mayor Ryan McCue. “We thank her for her efforts to get one of the City’s true gems recognized by the county.”
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