What is an Improvement District?
An improvement district is designed to provide neighborhoods a method of accomplishing local improvements including paving, street lighting, water, sewer and parks. The improvement district allows residents to use a tax-based bond to distribute the cost of the improvements among all property owners who benefit.Return to County Improvement Districts

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1. What is an Improvement District?
2. How do I go about getting one organized?
3. How do I pay for the improvements?
4. How can I discontinue a Maintenance Improvement District?
5. Who can I talk to for more information?
6. I don't want to have my road paved but I would like to have my road maintained.
7. How often is the road graded?
8. What if I can't make the payments?
9. Are there other funding sources available to help with neighborhood improvements?
10. How can I find out if my property is located in an Active or Proposed district?