A Public Infrastructure District (PID) is a local government entity created to organize financing for public improvements in a specific community. A PID is governed by community members and has the power to levy additional property taxes, impose fees, and issue bonds.
Utah Code §17D-4 establishes the parameters for PIDs in Utah. PIDs are similar to Community Reinvestment Agencies, Special Service Districts, and other limited-purpose local government entities.
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