Parkville Missouri

Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Commission

Missouri’s TIF Act defines a “Municipality” as an incorporated city, town, village or county. The governing body of Parkville is required to establish a TIF Commission, composed of certain members including representatives of other local taxing authorities within the redevelopment project area as defined by state statute. The municipality is also responsible for the approval of ordinances (or resolutions if a county) that establish a comprehensive Redevelopment Plan and for approval of the specific TIF Redevelopment Project. Responsibilities of the TIF Commission are many, and may include working with the local government in creating the Redevelopment Plan and TIF Redevelopment Project parameters, holding required public hearings, preparing economic impact reports and revenue projections, blight studies and other documents to justify the need for TIF and as required by state statutes governing Local TIF projects.

The use of TIF is helping dozens of Missouri communities thrive by creating new and better jobs while increasing tax revenue streams from formerly non-productive, unattractive and substandard areas. TIF benefits redevelopment in the urban core areas of our largest metropolitan cities, as well as in smaller Missouri communities, wherever the need exists.

TIF may be used to pay certain costs incurred with a redevelopment project. Such costs may include, but are not limited to:

  • Professional services such as studies, surveys, plans, financial management, legal counsel;
  • Land acquisition and demolition of structures;
  • Rehabilitating, repairing existing buildings on site;
  • Building necessary new infrastructure in the project area such as streets, sewers, parking, lighting; and
  • Relocation of resident and business occupants located in the project area.

The idea behind Local TIF is the assumption that property and/or local sales taxes (depending upon the type of redevelopment project) will increase in the designated area after redevelopment, and a portion of the increase of these taxes collected in the future (up to 23 years) may be allocated by your municipality to help pay the certain project costs, partially listed above.

TIF Commission meetings are scheduled as-needed based on applications received by the City for tax increment financing districts.

To view Commission meetings, click on the Meetings Portal link below. To locate the meetings in the portal, select General in the Event Categories field. Enter Tax Increment Financing Commission in the Search field and the meetings will appear in the list.

Meetings Portal


Archives (August 2020 and prior)

Staff is currently working on uploading the meeting documents into the new Laserfiche system. If you would like to see meeting materials not available through the portal, please visit our Documents Portal or e-mail the City Clerk. Video archives are available online.