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Using TIF to Promote 
Healthy Communities 
WAPA Conference Presentation 
June 13, 2013
TIF History
Past & Current Use of TIF 
TID Type # Active % 
TIDs pre-10/1/95 213 18.7% 
Blight 268 23.5% 
Rehab/Cons 101 8.9% 
Industr...
Recent Changes 
• Sharing Revenue Between Districts 
• ½ Mile Radius 
• 1 Year Extension – Fund Low-Cost 
Housing 
• Town ...
Applications: Healthy 
Communities 
Prairie du Chien TID 
#5 Workforce 
Housing 
– transfer funds from 
ind TID to ind TID...
Applications: Healthy 
Communities 
Shorewood Hills Marshall Court
Applications: Healthy 
Communities 
Shorewood Hills Marshall Court 
Before After
Applications: Healthy 
Communities 
Cambridge 
Vacant Melster Candy 
Property 
• “Hole in the donut 
along Koshkonong 
Cre...
Applications: Healthy 
Communities 
Cambridge 
• TID driven by 
redevelopment 
of Melster 
Candy site 
• Connect site & 
w...
Applications: Healthy 
Communities 
Monona 
• Housing stock – 1950’s; 
not meeting needs of 
modern households 
• Losing r...
Applications: Healthy 
Communities 
Concept: 
Town TIF for 
Farmland 
Preservation
Applications: Healthy 
Communities 
• Town Cooperative Boundary TID 
• Multi-Jurisdictional TID
Questions? 
Gary Becker, CEcD 
Vierbicher 
999 Fourier Dr., Suite 201 
Madison, WI 53717 
(608) 821-3941 
gbec@vierbicher....
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This presentation provides a history of tax incremental financing in Wisconsin, trends in its use, recent changes and best practices in using TIF to promote development that can lead to healthier communities.

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Using TIF to Promote Healthy Communities

  1. 1. Using TIF to Promote Healthy Communities WAPA Conference Presentation June 13, 2013
  2. 2. TIF History
  3. 3. Past & Current Use of TIF TID Type # Active % TIDs pre-10/1/95 213 18.7% Blight 268 23.5% Rehab/Cons 101 8.9% Industrial post ‘95 193 16.9% Industrial post ’04 77 6.8% Mixed Use (‘04) 203 17.8% Environmental 16 1.4% Town Ag 3 0.3% Total 1,074 Severely 9 0.8% Distressed Distressed 56 4.9% 1995 – 835 TIDS Created, 408 were still active
  4. 4. Recent Changes • Sharing Revenue Between Districts • ½ Mile Radius • 1 Year Extension – Fund Low-Cost Housing • Town TIF – TAF • Town TIF – Cooperative Boundary • Multi-Jurisdictional TID
  5. 5. Applications: Healthy Communities Prairie du Chien TID #5 Workforce Housing – transfer funds from ind TID to ind TID for low-cost housing – City is developer – energy star homes – bike connection to high school High School Bike Trail Universial Forest Products 100 Emp. 37 Single Family Lots
  6. 6. Applications: Healthy Communities Shorewood Hills Marshall Court
  7. 7. Applications: Healthy Communities Shorewood Hills Marshall Court Before After
  8. 8. Applications: Healthy Communities Cambridge Vacant Melster Candy Property • “Hole in the donut along Koshkonong Creek • Senior housing redevelopment proposal • No bridge connection to downtown - creates a divided community from a pedestrian perspective • No community connections to regional bike trails
  9. 9. Applications: Healthy Communities Cambridge • TID driven by redevelopment of Melster Candy site • Connect site & west side with downtown • Connect regional bike trails Connection to Glacial Drumlin Trail Safe bike crossings of Hwys 12 & 18 • ½ mile radius Existing Cam-Rock Trail
  10. 10. Applications: Healthy Communities Monona • Housing stock – 1950’s; not meeting needs of modern households • Losing residents to communities w/ newer homes • TID #3 closing – generating $120,000 • Kept TID open 1 year – revenue used to fund Renew Monona
  11. 11. Applications: Healthy Communities Concept: Town TIF for Farmland Preservation
  12. 12. Applications: Healthy Communities • Town Cooperative Boundary TID • Multi-Jurisdictional TID
  13. 13. Questions? Gary Becker, CEcD Vierbicher 999 Fourier Dr., Suite 201 Madison, WI 53717 (608) 821-3941 gbec@vierbicher.com www.vierbicher.com

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