The University Crossing Public Improvement District was first established in 2013 and renewed in 2020. The University Crossing PID consists of approximately 248 property accounts. The general nature of service and improvements that will be provided by the PID are to enhance security and public safety, maintenance, marketing and promotion and other services and activities approved by the Dallas City Council. The PID is operated by the University Crossing Public Improvement District.
The current PID term runs until December 31, 2027 with annual budget and assessment rate subject to a public hearing and City Council approval.
University Crossing PID Boundary Area
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The costs of the services and improvements by the University Crossing Public Improvement District (District) will be paid primarily by special assessment against properties in the District. Annual assessments are based on the total value of real property and real property improvements as determined by the Dallas Central Appraisal District.
The District's proposed assessment rate for 2022 is $0.10 per $100 of appraised value. Once levied, this assessment rate shall not increase during the 2023 Service Plan year.
The City of Dallas is not responsible for payment of assessments against exempt City property in the District because City right-of-way, railroad right-of-way, parks and cemeteries are not specially benefitted. Southern Methodist University (SMU) has agreed to participate in the University Crossing PID by contract with the University Crossing Improvement District Corporation through special assessment based on all taxable and tax-exempt real property owned by SMU or SMU affiliates within the University Crossing PID. With the exception of SMU, payment of assessments by other tax-exempt jurisdictions and entities must be established by contract.