Tax Increment Finance District (TIF)
The TIF (Tax Increment Finance District) helps provide public improvements in Downtown. The Downtown TIF is a collaborative effort between the City of Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Tarrant County College District, and the Tarrant County Regional Water District. Established in 1996, the TIF is managed by Downtown Fort Worth, Inc.
The TIF captures incremental tax dollars over the base year’s collections and uses those funds consistent with the TIF project and financing plan.
What does the Downtown TIF do?
- Attracts investments by assisting with public infrastructure improvement costs
- Improves transit
- Supports tourism and convention business
- Creates an environment to attract office, retail and residential development
TIF District Board
Ann Zadeh, Fort Worth City Council, District 9, Chair
Adrian Murray, State Senate District 10 Appointee
Johnny Campbell, Sundance Square
Mark McClendon, Tarrant County College District
Nicole Collier, State Representative, District 95
Roy C. Brooks, Tarrant County Commissioner, Precinct 1
Scott Rule, JPS Health Network
Vic Henderson, Tarrant County Regional Water District
Dr. Brian Byrd, Chair, Fort Worth City Council, District 3
For more information about the Tax Increment Financing District, please contact Matt Beard at firstname.lastname@example.org