The FID is a geographically defined taxing district that is able to generate revenue via a sales tax. It has three districts: Main Street at Flatiron, Flatiron Crossing, and Flatiron Marketplace.
The FID Board is appointed by the Broomfield Council.
What can the Flatiron Improvement District do?
Under state law, the FID can use sales tax revenue for transportation services, equipment, facilities and related improvements to serve the district and surrounding areas at Board discretion.
The FID currently collects a 0.01% sales tax while the City contributes an amount equal to 25% of the District's sales tax collections (less the cost of the EcoPass program) to help fund the activities of the District.