COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT DISTRICTS

There are four identified Community Improvement Districts (CID) that are in, or border, the Waldo Tower Neighborhood Association boundaries. CIDs are a tool for redevelopment and neighborhood stabilization. A CID is a separate legal entity, either a political subdivision or not-for-profit corporation, which is established to pay for public improvements or private projects through a sales and use tax, special assessment, or real property tax. Learn more about each CID below.

Waldo CID

The Waldo CID is a political subdivision led by a volunteer board representing the property owners, business owners, and customers of Waldo that fund the work that keeps the district safe, clean and thriving.
 

Wornall Village CID

The Wornall Village CID is located in the area surrounding the Wornall Village Shopping Center on 85th and Wornall. The shopping center is a 50,000 square foot retail center featuring a Price Chopper grocery store, several other commercial retail establishments, and an abandoned restaurant building that used to serve fast food. 
 

 

Troost CID

Established in 2013, in cooperation with the City of Kansas City, the Troost Avenue Community Improvement District is a special assessment district that conveys benefits to the properties located within the district boundaries. The management of the CID provides networking and communication along with supplemental services including weekly trash collection along the public right-of-way, an area awareness / supplemental security officer, and other supplementary services that help ensures a clean, safe and inviting district. 
 

Romanelli CID

The Waldo CID is a political subdivision led by a volunteer board representing the property owners, business owners, and customers of Waldo that fund the work that keeps the district safe, clean and thriving.