The Indiana Economic Development Association defines economic development as the facilitation of investment that leads to long-term community prosperity.

  • Home
  • Schools and TIF: Myths, Facts, and Best Practices

Schools and TIF: Myths, Facts, and Best Practices

  • Friday, September 21, 2018
  • 8:30 AM - 1:30 PM
  • Beckes Student Union, Vincennes University, 1101 N 2nd St, Vincennes, IN 47591 (Fort Sackville Room)

Registration


Registration is closed

Schools and economic development are inextricably linked: workforce has become one of the most critical drivers in attracting new development to Indiana. At the same time, tax increment finance (TIF) is one of few tools economic developers have for creating the physical environment conducive for new development. The complex relationship between schools, TIF, and economic development is often misunderstood. This workshop presented by the Indiana Association of Public School Superintendents, Umbaugh and the Indiana Economic Development Association will talk about the increasingly important role that schools play in economic development, will explain how TIF works within a community, and will highlight best practices where schools and economic developers have launched projects together using TIF to accomplish common school and economic development goals.

 8:30 AM  Registration
 9:00 AM  Economic Development Today – Trends and Realities
 9:30 AM  Basic Understanding of Local Government Finance & TIF
 10:30 AM  School/TIF/Economic Development – Collaboration Best Practices
 11:30 AM  Noon Q&A, Wrap Up
 12:00 PM  Lunch and Networking

Parking is available at the 3rd Street entrance.

125 West Market Street, Suite 300, Indianapolis, IN 46204

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software