Wichita covered with tax-advantaged districts


Here’s a map of improvement and development districts in Wichita and Sedgwick County.

Sometimes critics of tax increment financing districts (TIF districts) say things like “If TIF districts are good for development, why not make the entire city a TIF district?” Maybe we’re headed that way.

Wichita Improvement and Redevelopment Districts, April 2009

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One response to “Wichita covered with tax-advantaged districts”

  1. Wichitator

    With all of the TIF districts in downtown, they seem to overlap each other. I guess this means that all of the blight in Wichita is downtown!

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