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WHAT IS A CID?

A Community Improvement District (CID) is a self-taxing district that uses additional property tax dollars to improve its district with beautification, infrastructure, and public safety improvement projects. CIDs are comprised of private, non-exempt commercial properties zoned as Office/Industrial and Retail properties. Residential and multi-family properties are not taxable by a CID. It is one of the most powerful and successful public-private partnerships today, which consists of business, government, and community working collaboratively with a joint vision for the district.

Community Improvement Districts are formed through the enactment of a resolution by the local governing body, DeKalb County. Prior to enactment, the Tax Commissioner must certify that the required CID formation criteria have been met. The Georgia Constitution sets forth the following conditions precedent to the creation of a CID: A simple majority, 50% plus 1, of CID-eligible property owners must consent to participating in the CID, and 75% of the value of CID-eligible properties within the district must consent to participating in the CID.

CID revenue is set as a portion of the property tax and the millage rate is set by the commercial property owners. Funds are collected by the County Tax Commissioner and disbursed to the CID’s Board of Directors. The CID Board of Directors consists of property owners within the district who are elected by the district’s property owners and appointed by the Board of Commissioners. CIDs have full authority over the use of these funds.

Why Join The East Metro CID?

Commercial and industrial property owners in the East Metro CID can help to make a positive impact on the community by consenting to participate in the CID. There are numerous benefits including, but not limited to, the following:

OUR BOARD

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Trichelle Simmons
CID Vice-Chair

The Law Office of Trichelle Griggs Simmons

Jarvis Green

Jarvis Green
Board Secretary

The Friendship Foundation

James Clausell

James Clausell
CID Treasurer

Clausell & Associates

2019 East Metro Board Meeting Schedule

Below are the dates for the East Metro Quarterly Board Meetings.  All meetings start at 8:00am held at the Community Achievement Center located at 4522 Flat Shoals Pkwy, Decatur, GA 30034.

        • Monday, February 11th
        • Monday, May 13th (2020 Millage Vote)
        • Monday, August 19th (Annual Board Elections)
        • Monday, November 4th ( 2020 Budget Vote)
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PUBLIC NOTICE OF EAST METRO DEKALB COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT

NOTICE OF EAST METRO DEKALB COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT ELECTION

 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN as provided in the DEKALB COUNTY COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT DISTRICTS ACT OF 2008 (Ga. L. 2008, p. 3817) that a caucus of Electors of the East Metro DeKalb Community Improvement District (CID) shall be held on the 15th day of November,2021 with the Zoom Conferencing Tool due to the health emergency currently in place in DeKalb County with the link information as    https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6262225799 

The purpose of the caucus is to elect 2 post positions, posts 1 and 4 as Board Members to serve on the East Metro DeKalb Community Improvement District Board.  Registration for the election shall be held electronically from November 10, 2021 at 10:00AM and will close on November 11, 2021 at 5:00 PM. Registration form will be accepted in signed notarized PDF format containing the name of the designated elector with the property tax parcel number and transmitted to elections@eastmetrocid.com.

To receive registration form please send a request to elections@eastmetrocid.com.  Voting will occur on the 15th of November as stated above.  Electors are to arrive on Zoom by 9:50 o’clock A.M. on the 15th of November 2021.

CID member property owners may send in a nomination for either post 1 or post 4 to elections@eastmetrocid.com from Thursday, November 4th at 8am to Friday, November 5th at 5pm.  Nomination must include name and if the nominator is being nominated for post 1 or post 4.

A map of said District is on file with the DeKalb County Commission Clerk. All Electors as designated under the Act are invited to attend and cast their votes.