Working together to improve our neighborhood
Tags :Economic Prosperity, Community Mobilization
Who Can Participate:Lindsay Heights residents and property owners can join the NID Board Committee. Additional property valuation requirements are required by law to participate. Inquire with us for more information.
Location:The NID boundaries are 20th Street to 8th Street and Locust Street to Walnut Street.
Lindsay Heights Neighborhood Improvement District (NID)
The NID is a governmental entity signed into law (the 2005 Wisconsin ACT 186) that through an elected resident board develops physical assets to improve neighborhood well-being and providing a higher quality of life.
Below are some of the priority areas:
- Stabilize housing stock
- Promote the growth of the livable neighborhood
- Home maintenance
- Preserve and create affordable and mixed-income housing and community facilities
- Improve conditions of the neighborhood commercial corridors:
- Lead safety issues
- Culturally inclusive
- Tax foreclosed commercial property
How to Participate
If you’re interested in joining the Lindsay Heights NID Board Committee, contact Abraham Larkoh, NID Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org, 414-264-2326 ext. 20.
Who does the Lindsay Heights NID serve?
After the establishment of the Lindsay Heights NID, it would serve the following people:
- Business owners
- School authorities
- Community churches
- Community Based Organizations (CBOs)
- Resident leadership
- Community stakeholders/leaders
- The Department of City Development
Community Resources and benefits
- Invest in community services and infrastructure
- Creating leadership and empowering residents within the community
- Building good working relationship between seniors and youths
- Support long-term growth and sustainability
- Increase resident capacity to advocate and influence local municipal systems and policies
- Provide moderate home rehabilitation and requirements for street-level activity on commercial corridors
- Build real estate trust
- Improve conditions of the neighborhood commercial corridors
- Foster jobs and economic opportunity
- Encourage economic development
- Collaborating and connecting with the Community Wealth Building
- Credit repair