Please use the map viewer below to verify your address is within a Neighborhood Tax Increment District (TID). Search for your address on the top right of the map.

Application materials are below the map on this page.

Application Windows

  • TID 23: July 10 – Aug 31, 2023
  • TID 22: Sept 5 – Oct 31, 2023
  • TID 27: Anticipated for 2024
  • TID 28: Anticipated for 2024
  • TID 31: Anticipated for 2025

Application Materials (for homeowner applicants)

If you need assistance or would like to request a paper copy of the application, please email 

Frequently Asked Questions

Click here to review frequently asked questions (FAQ) about Homeowner TID Programs in Racine.

If you are not within a TID boundary, please consider The City of Racine – City of Racine Housing Repair Program (

1. Process to Apply

  1. Use map above to verify you are in a TID.
  2. Click here to read and review the program information FAQ.
  3. Complete Application using the application materials below.
  4. City staff will review for completeness; you will be contacted if more information is needed.
  5. If complete, you will receive an email indicating next steps or what information is needed.

2. After determination of Completeness

  1. Schedule an appointment with a City of Racine Building Inspection Division (262) 636-9464 and indicate this is a TID Inspection.
  2. A City of Racine Building Inspector will enter your property and complete a project inspection report (you will need to be present).
  3. City staff will review the project inspection report.
  4. Homeowner submits required information (Next Steps from the back side of inspection report Building Inspector leaves with homeowner).
  5. Acknowledgement by the Community Development Authority (CDA).
  6. City staff will setup an appointment with the homeowner and selected contractor(s) to sign a contract.

3. Work Begins (Any work or money spent before this is not eligible for the Program)

  1. Your selected contractor(s) are required to obtain all necessary permits/approvals for the work.
    • All contractors must be licensed by the State of Wisconsin, bonded and insured.
  2. The authorized work is performed. This arrangement is between the homeowner and the selected contractor(s).
  3. The work is inspected by a City of Racine Building Inspector.
  4. City disperses funds directly to the contractor as defined by signed contract.


For Contractors

Contractors selected by homeowners must complete the online form here to submit the following:

  • Declaration page from Contractor’s insurance;
  • Contractor W-9;
  • State of WI Contractor registration card.

More information for Contractors

Para asistencia en Español llame al  262-636-9464