Downtown Community Improvement District (DCID)
Downtown Community Improvement District manages a 165-square block area in the core of downtown. The CID was established by property owners within the district to provide enhanced services and programs to make downtown Kansas City cleaner, safer and more vibrant!
Background on the Downtown CID
The Downtown Improvement District was initially established in 2002 for a five year term through 2007. The District has since been renewed for an additional ten year term commencing 2008 and continuing through 2018.
Developed by downtown property owners, the Downtown Community Improvement District is structured to improve and convey special benefits to properties located within the boundaries of the CID. The Community Improvement District provides new and enhanced improvements and activities, including: maintenance, security, streetscape improvements, landscaping services, and special events above and beyond those currently provided by the City.
DCID Board Members:
Chair: Jim Goetz, Missouri Bank
Vice Chair: Pamela Hahn, 1212 McGee Building
Treasurer: Jared Campbell, Downtown Resident & Signature Personal Insurance
Secretary: Kathie McBride, UMB
2012 DCID Annual Report (PDF)
2011 DCID Annual Report (PDF)