TIF / BID Districts

Tax Increment Financing Districts

Tax Increment Financing (TIF) is a key tool used by municipalities to improve areas of the city by facilitating new commercial, industrial, or residential growth. As depicted in our map (PDF), the City has multiple open TIF districts (TIDs) that were created to support various projects, and may be used for facilitating future projects within each existing district. The City has ample capacity to permit the creation of additional TIDs, while remaining under the 12% state limit.The City would consider TIF assistance for projects that align with our community and economic development strategy to generate innovative ideas, cultivate ideas into businesses, and retain and attract smart and skilled people.

Proposed TID Project Plans/Amendments

TID 23 - Legends District (August 2019)

TID 22 - The Shipyard  (August 2019)

TID 14 Amendment - The Rail Yard (August 2019)

TID 13 Amendment - Downtown Redevelopment (August 2019)

TID 12 Amendment - I-43 Commercial Development (August 2019)

TID 8 Amendment - Henry and Morrow Streets (August 2019)

TID 7 Amendment - Ashland and Lombardi Corridors (August 2019)

TID 5 Amendment - East and West Downtown (August 2019)

Approved TID Project Plans/Amendments

TID 21- Green Bay Packaging (September 2018)

TID 20 - Whitney Park (September 2018)

TID 19 - East Town / East Mason (September 2017)

TID 18 - University Avenue (October 2016)

TID 17 - 900 Block North Broadway (August 2008)

TID 16 - Military Avenue (June 2007)

TID 15 - Olde North (June 2007)

TID 14 - North Broadway  (August 2006)

TID 13 Amendment - Downtown Redevelopment (June 2008)

TID 13 - Downtown Redevelopment (June 2005)

TID 12 Amendment - I-43 Industrial Park (September 2018)

TID 12 Amendment - I-43 Industrial Park (September 2017)

TID 12 Amendment - I-43 Industrial Park (July 2011)

TID 12 - I-43 Commercial Development (August 2005)

TID 11 Amendment - Olde Main Street (August 2006)

TID 11 - Olde Main Street (August 2005)

TID 10 - Main & East Mason Streets (October 2004)

TID 9 - State Hwy 54/57 (October 2003)

TID 8 - Henry and Morrow Streets (June 2002)

TID 7 - Ashland and Lombardi Corridors (November 2001)

TID 6 - Chicago and Jackson Neighborhood (November 2001)

TID 5 - East and West Downtown (December 1999)

TID 4 - Downtown (January 1998)

Business Improvement Districts

There are four operational Business Improvement Districts (BIDs) within the City of Green Bay. The BIDs are managed by Downtown Green Bay Inc. (DGBI), Olde Main Street Inc. (OMSI), On Broadway Inc. (OBI), and Military Avenue, Inc. In addition to providing economic development assistance like business recruitment and retention, the BIDs organize dozens of events throughout the year including the Broadway Farmers Market, Fridays on the Fox and Gallery Night among many others. The BIDs are also involved in maintaining information about available real estate in their respective districts and charting redevelopment progress.

For more information, visit the websites for On Broadway Inc., Downtown Green Bay Inc./Olde Main, and Military Ave, Inc.

Green Bay Business Improvement Districts

  • Broadway District (2005)
  • Downtown Green Bay (1997)
  • Military Avenue (2014)
  • Olde Main Street District (1999)
Tax Increment District Map from 2018