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TIF 15: Stockyards/Northside

Recognizing the historical and economic importance of the Fort Worth Stockyards and surrounding neighborhoods – the growth and vitality of which is impeded by inadequate infrastructure and pockets of persistent blight – the Stockyards/Northside TIF has been created to support the preservation and enhancement of the greater Stockyards area through strategic investment in public improvements. The TIF will address certain challenges that are common to the area through public improvements that may include road improvements, rail crossings or overpasses, public water and sewer line improvements, demolition and environmental remediation, streetscaping and pedestrian improvements, public parking infrastructure, historic preservation and certain public amenities.

Date Created: Dec. 2, 2014
End of Term: Dec. 31, 2034
Total Acreage: 925

Property Description: Generally bounded by 29th Street to the north, Northside Drive to the south, Interstate 35 to the east and Clinton Avenue to the west. View a boundary map.

Projects: The Stockyards/Northside TIF district has not approved any projects at time of publication.

Financial Information

15
Base Value $173,277,642
2015 Taxable Value $175,531,018
Percent Growth 1%
2015 City of Fort Worth Contribution $9,633

Project and Financing Plan: Approved Aug. 4, 2015. View the full plan.

Board Members

  • Chair: Sal Espino, City of Fort Worth
  • Dennis Shingleton, City of Fort Worth
  • Gary Brinkley, City of Fort Worth
  • Hub Baker, City of Fort Worth
  • Jennifer Trevino, City of Fort Worth
  • Teresa Ayala, City of Fort Worth
  • Steve Townsend, Tarrant County
  • Jim Lane, Tarrant Regional Water District
  • O.K. Carter, Tarrant County College District

For more information about TIFs, email TIF@fortworthtexas.gov.