Supporting Vibrant, Growing Communities

Tax Allocation Districts are areas with specific financing tools to incentivize development, helping the City of Atlanta grow and prosper.

Helping Develop Atlanta Neighborhoods

Creating more economic activity and strengthening neighborhood businesses.
Improving streets, parks, and promoting community life.
Increasing access to housing through redevelopment and rehabilitation.

Federal Opportunity Zone Program

Learn more about this new community and economic development tool that aims to drive long-term private investment into low-income communities. 

NPU-V Small Business Improvement Program

Qualified property owners and business owners in the Mechanicsville, Pittsburgh, and Peoplestown neighborhoods could receive between $3,000 and $10,000 for eligible exterior and interior renovations.

Tax Allocation Districts

Explore the areas below where Invest Atlanta can provide special financing for development.

What Is a Tax Allocation District?

A TAD, sometimes called a TIF (tax increment financing) is a financing incentive tool in which bonds are issued to pay for infrastructure and other improvement in a designated area.

These bonds are repaid by increases in property values (and corresponding property ‘tax increments’) from that area.

It’s not an increase in property taxes, but rather a way to stimulate reinvestment in an area by financing needed infrastructure or improvements from future tax proceeds within a designated area.

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