Municipalities, counties, school districts, technical colleges and special districts use this report to view annual TID increments. Review the Tax Increments common questions page for additional information.

Report includes:

  • Current value of each TID
  • Base value of each TID
  • Increment for current year
  • Net adjustment - if a TID has multiple school, technical colleges or specials districts, a negative increment decreases the amount of increment available

Definitions of terms in the report:

  • TID Current Year Value - Total full market value of all property within the TID for the current year
  • TID Base Value - Total full market value of all property within the TID when the TID was created
  • Tax Incremental Value
    • Calculated by subtracting the base value from the current year value
    • Taxes generated by the increment are used to pay eligible TID project costs
    • Negative increment is considered zero, generating no payment to the TID
  • Net Adjustment - If two districts (school, special or technical college) exist in the TID, the district with the negative value is subtracted from the district with a positive value

Tax Incremental District (TID) Certification Report




School Districts

Special Districts

Technical College Districts

Note: A municipality's tax incremental fund receives the taxes generated based on the difference between the current year value and the base value. (sec. 60.85(6)(c), 66.1105(6)(b) and 66.1106(8), Wis. Stats.)


MS 6-97
Office of Technical and Assessment Services
PO Box 8971
Madison, WI 53708-8971
Phone: (608) 261-5335 or (608) 266-5708
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August 31, 2018