Community Improvement Districts (CID) allow the governing body to levy additional taxes to fund improvements in the district. The taxes are derived from retail sales or special assessments on real property. CIDs can be used for commercial, industrial, or mixed-use projects. CID tax revenue can be used to pay for a wide range of capital costs and certain ongoing operating costs. CIDs may impose a retail sales tax of up to 2% or special assessment taxes on real property for up to 22 years. For additional information, read the CID policy. Contact the Office of Economic Development for further questions.
CID was used to help Cabela's establish a presence in Wichita as well as create an interchange at K-96 and Greenwich to support retail growth.