Public Improvement District #7 is a defined geographical area established to provide specific types of improvements or maintenance which are financed by assessments against the property owners within the area. PIDs provide a development tool that allocates costs according to the benefits received. A PID can provide a means to fund supplemental services and improvements to meet community needs which could not otherwise be constructed or provided.
Chapter 372 of the Texas Local Government Code authorizes the creation of PIDs by cities. The owners of the properties in the defined area can request the City to form a PID through a petition, which may include the establishment of an advisory body. With the establishment of an advisory body, the property owners within the PID have control over the types of improvements, level of maintenance, and amount of assessments to be levied against the property owners.
It is the vendor's responsibility to review any addendum and return it with the submitted bid or proposal response. Failure to review and return an addendum with the bid or proposal may adversely affect the vendor's opportunity for a bid or proposal award.
Picnic In The Park Stages Bid #06292019S - Closed
Sinclair Park Shade Bid #02012019 - Closed
Picnic In The Park Fireworks Bid #06292019 - Closed
Upcoming Meetings and Events
Barksdale Pond Clean Up
Baseline Conversion – Phase 2 - Not Approved
Bluff’s Fountain Replacement - Approved/Complete
Brick Fence Replacements
Chemical Sprays After Clean Ups/Detention Ponds
Clear Fork Lamp Post/Stop Sign Painting
Elm Fork Entrance
General Worth Fence Replacement & Stain
Maintenance Plan & Tree Inventory - Approved/In Progress
Median Street Light Painting
North Park Clean Up - In Progress
Sinclair Channel Clean Up - In Progress
Sinclair Park Shade Replacement - Approved/In Progress
Stone Wall Repair – N. Riverside