How long does it take?
The actual time depends on a number of factors, including the scope of the proposed improvement. A typical LID may take 9 to 18 months, with a more complex LID, such as the street, storm drainage and utility improvements along 67th Avenue adjacent to Cedarcrest Municipal Golf Course, taking two years from the time an interest petition is submitted to project completion.

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1. What is an LID?
2. Why form an improvement district?
3. What are the advantages of an LID?
4. What are the disadvantages of an LID?
5. How long does it take?
6. Is there any limit on the size of an LID?
7. What is a ULID?
8. What is the difference between an LID and ULID?
9. Can I protest the LID?
10. How do I protest?
11. What costs are involved in an improvement district?
12. Who is responsible for these costs?
13. Why doesn’t the City pay for these improvements using taxes paid by citizens?
14. How does the City levy LID assessments?
15. Are there any upfront, or initial, costs?