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Milwaukee Tax Incremental Financing

Growing Milwaukee Building Partnerships

Tax Incremental Financing (TIF) is an economic development tool used by the City of Milwaukee and other municipalities to leverage private development investment. This tool has been available since the state of Wisconsin adopted a TIF statute in 1975.

Milwaukee has created more than 89 Tax Incremental Districts (TIDs) to support a wide variety of projects. In recent years, TIF has leveraged such high-profile investments as the construction of a new headquarters for Northwestern Mutual, the new downtown arena, the creation of the Menomonee Valley, Reed Street Yards and Century City business parks, and the installation of the Milwaukee RiverWalk. The tool also supports neighborhood-scale projects, such as the City Homes subdivision, South 5th Street reconstruction and the Bronzeville corridor.

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Joint Review Board

The next meeting of the Joint Review Board will take place on February 20th at 12:30 pm, at 809 N Broadway.

Agenda can be found here.