Tax Incremental Financing

NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEMBER VACANCY FOR CITY OF MADISON TAX INCREMENT FINANCE (TIF) STANDING JOINT REVIEW BOARD

 

Pursuant to 66.1105(4)(m) Wisconsin Statutes, Tax Incremental Law, the City of Madison Joint Review Board (JRB) will select and confirm a new public member.  The Joint Review Board consists of members of each of the overlying taxing jurisdictions (Dane County, City of Madison, Madison Metropolitan School District, and Madison College) and one member of the public.  The JRB's responsibility is to review and approve, deny or amend Tax Incremental Districts (TIDs) in the City of Madison.  Additional resources regarding the Joint Review Board and Tax Increment Finance (TIF) can be found at:

 

Wisconsin Department of Revenue Joint Review Board Information:

https://www.revenue.wi.gov/forms/govtif/pe-213.pdf

 

Wisconsin Department of Revenue TIF Manual:

https://www.revenue.wi.gov/pubs/slf/tif/cvmanual.html

 

Interested parties should have knowledge of local government finances.  If you are interested in being considered by the Joint Review Board for this vacancy, send a Notice of Interest letter with no more than two paragraphs (one page maximum) to Joe Gromacki, City TIF Coordinator at the address below.  The Notice of Interest letter should state:

 

  • Your contact information;
  • Your relevant background and experience, and;
  • Why you wish to serve the public in this position. 

 

Send a letter of interest via U.S. Mail or email to:

 

Joe Gromacki (jgromacki@cityofmadison.com)

Department of Planning and Community and Economic Development

Economic Development Division

PO Box 2983

Madison, WI 53701-2983

 

Deadline for submission – January 27, 2017 at Noon.

 
Tax Incremental Financing (TIF) is a governmental finance tool that the City of Madison uses to provide funds to construct public infrastructure, promote development opportunities and expand the future tax base. TIF assistance in Madison is only used when the proposed development would not occur "but for" City assistance. The proposed development should be consistent with and reinforce all City plans and lead to the consolidation and redevelopment of underutilized properties.

City TIF Policy (Adopted on February 25, 2014)

TIF OVERVIEW (All documents are in PDF format)

2016

 

 

TIF PLANS & MAPS

TID 25

TID 25 Map
TID 25 Map with Aerial
TID 25 Project Plan

TID 39

TID 39 Map
TID 39 Map with Aerial
TID 39 Project Plan
(Amended in 2009)

TID 27

TID 27 Map
TID 27 Map with Aerial
TID 27 Project Plan

TID 40

TID 40 Map
TID 40 Map with Aerial
TID 40 Project Plan

TID 29

TID 29 Map
TID 29 Map with Aerial
TID 29 Project Plan
(Amended in 2006)

TID 41

TID 41 Map
TID 41 Map with Aerial
TID 41 Project Plan

TID 32

TID 32 Map
TID 32 Map with Aerial
TID 32 Project Plan

TID 42

TID 42 Map
TID 42 Map with Aerial
TID 42 Project Plan

TID 33

TID 33 Map
TID 33 Map with Aerial
TID 33 Project Plan

TID 43

TID 43 Map
TID 43 Map with Aerial
TID 43 Project Plan

TID 35

TID 35 Map
TID 35 Map with Aerial
TID 35 Project Plan

TID 44

TID 44 Map
TID 44 Map with Aerial
TID 44 Project Plan

TID 36

TID 36 Map
TID 36 Map with Aerial
TID 36 Project Plan

TID 45

TID 45 Map
TID 45 Map with Aerial
TID 45 Project Plan

TID 37

TID 37 Map
TID 37 Map with Aerial
TID 37 Project Plan

TID 46

TID 46 Map
TID 46 Map with Aerial
TID 46 Project Plan

TID 38

TID 38 Map
TID 38 Map with Aerial
TID 38 Project Plan

 

 

Last Updated: 10/20/2016

Contact If you questions about TIF please contact:

Joe Gromacki

Madison Municipal Building; Rm 312
215 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.
P.O. Box 2983
Madison, WI 53701-2983
 
Ph: 608-267-8724

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