Main Street Community Improvement District

 

What is the Main Street CID?

The Main Street Community Improvement District is a petition driven ‘clean and safe’ initiative that was approved by the property owners within its boundary and funded through a combined property assessment of .05574 per square foot of parcel and .002369 of assessed value.

The Main Street Community Improvement District is a 501c4 and up for renewal in 2029.

The Main Street Community Improvement District is operated by Midtown KC Now.

 

Main Street CID Mission Statement

The Main Street Community Improvement District (MSCID)'s focus is to enhance the quality of life of Kansas City's Main Street Corridor through addressing concerns of general welfare and common good by implementing a 'clean and safe' program and enhancing the image of Main Street.

 

Main Street CID Vision Statement

To create a strong, healthy, & vibrant community within the district.

 

Main Street CID Core Values

Dependability

Efficiency

Caring

 

What does the CID do?

As the concierge of the Main Street district, the CID:

Works with the Prosecutor’s Office and the Kansas City Police Department to keep nuisance offenders off the streets

Removes graffiti quickly, often before the morning rush hour

Keeps the public right-of-ways clean of litter and debris

Assists with snow removal from public walkways

Maintains streetscape improvements

Helps the community when needed

 

The Main Street District Facade Grant Program

The Main Street District Facade Grant Program is a building facade improvement program designed to provide rehabilitation grants to owners of commercial property and businesses within the boundaries of the Main Street Community Improvement District (MSCID).

To apply for the Main Street Facade Grant, download program information and application here.