Working together to improve our neighborhood

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    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.
    The NID boundaries are 20th Street to 6th Street and Locust Street to Walnut Street.

NID boundary map

Lindsay Heights Neighborhood Improvement District (NID) Board Committee

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:

Cassandra M Flagg:

(414) 477-4482 or via email

Pastor Teresa Thomas-Boyd:

(414)507-1115 or via email @

Who does the Lindsay Heights NID serve?

After the establishment of the Lindsay Heights NID, it would serve the following people:

  • Residents
  • 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

Economic Growth

  • 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