Realizing Oakland Projects Through Enhanced Infrastructure Financing Districts

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Enhanced infrastructure financing districts, known as EIFDs, are a relatively new tool for funding city projects and revitalization efforts without increasing local taxes. Once established in a specified area, EIFDs direct a portion of future property taxes to local projects, such as affordable housing developments, infrastructure improvements, and climate adaptation measures. Oakland is currently considering establishing multiple new EIFDs. In addition, the City Council is exploring establishing EIFDs in both West and East Oakland to help fund affordable housing in communities plagued by inequitable housing policy. Join us for a conversation with Oakland City Councilmember Carroll Fife and Erin Roseman to learn about these potential EIFDs and how they can be used to benefit Oakland

Joshua Simon / Community Arts Stabilization Trust
Councilmember Caroll Fife / City of Oakland
Erin Roseman / City of Oakland

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