How can I find out if my property is located in an Active or Proposed district?
To learn what (if any) districts your property is in, visit our "Find Your Districts" page for directions on how to check your tax bill.

To find out if you are in a proposed district, you can contact us at (602) 506-8797 or via our contact form. We will need your Assessor's Parcel Number (APN) for the property. If you do not know the APN, visit our "Find Your Districts" page to learn how to find out the APN.

If your subdivision name or your street name is listed in the Special District portion of the bill chances are you are in a Streetlight or Maintenance Improvement District. NOTICE: Not all districts listed in this section of the bill are organized by this office; please call the number listed in the detail for further information. Return to County Improvement Districts

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1. What is an Improvement District?
2. How do I go about getting one organized?
3. How do I pay for the improvements?
4. How can I discontinue a Maintenance Improvement District?
5. Who can I talk to for more information?
6. I don't want to have my road paved but I would like to have my road maintained.
7. How often is the road graded?
8. What if I can't make the payments?
9. Formation options
10. How can I find out if my property is located in an Active or Proposed district?