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A Public Improvement District is a special district created by a City or County under the authority of Chapter 372 of the Texas Local Code. The statute allows for a city or county to levy a special assessment against properties within the District to pay for improvements to the properties within the District.
PID Assessments are payments made to cover the costs associated with improvements and services in the District. There are 2 types of assessments in The Town of Trophy Club Public Improvement District Number 1 (The Highlands at Trophy Club).
The fixed assessments levied against properties in the Highlands Public Improvement District (PID) pay for improvement to the properties that include:
Fixed assessments are based on size of the lots located within the District. The Annual Emergency Services Assessment is based on the appraised value of the lot and any improvements (just like a property tax).
Public Improvement District (PID) Assessments can be paid in full at any time by contacting David Taussig & Associates, Inc. at 800-969-4382, or through annual installments in conjunction with your annual property taxes. The Town contracts with Denton County for annual collection, so residents may pay their annual PID Assessments along with there regular ad valorem tax payments.
Lot types are based on size: