Community Improvement Districts
What is a Community Improvement District?
Although an additional tax is collected by the county tax commissioner, a CID is created under state law by a majority of the area's property owners, not by the county.
CIDs are one of the most powerful public-private tools that can revitalize business districts and re-energize entire communities. Taking a geographically defined district in which commercial property owners vote to impose additional ad valorem real estate taxes, these stakeholders take the future into their hands by determining how the additional funds will be spent to benefit their immediate area. In addition to leveraging their funds with federal and local government monies, CIDs allow community leaders and the actual property owners to chart a course they determine for an area's economic growth and lasting vitality.
Community Improvement Districts in Gwinnett County
The Braselton CID (est. December 2010) is located along the Interstate 85 & State Route 403 at the north eastern point of the Gwinnett County line. For a map of the service area, click here.
The Gateway 85 CID (est. March 2005) (Formally known as Gwinnett Village CID) is located around the intersection of Interstate 85 and Jimmy Carter Boulevard partially within the city of Norcross.
For a map of the service area, click here.
The Lilburn CID (est. April 2010) is located along the U.S. 29 (Lawrenceville Highway) mostly within the city of Lilburn. For a map of the service area, click here.
The Sugarloaf CID (est. May 2016) is located along Interstate 85, just north of the junction of I-85 North and SR 316. For a map of the service area, click here.