Boundaries as defined by ordinance for City and County of Denver Local Maintenance Districts. A Local Maintenance District (LMD) is formed when a group of neighbors, especially businesses, wish to upgrade the streetscape with special features like special pedestrian lights, benches, flowers, and other such amenities. Properties benefitting by the district pay special assessments to maintain these items. This map shows the boundaries that are defined by a legal description in the ordinance that creates each LMD. It is used by Development Review staff to advise developers about the existence of the LMD and the probability that they will be required to contribute to the annual assessment.NOTE: BENEFITED PROPERTIES, ALSO DEFINED BY ORDINANCE, ARE NOT MAPPED IN THIS LAYER!
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|Author||City and County of Denver, Public Works Policy and Planning|
|Maintainer||City and County of Denver, Technology Services / DenverGIS Data|
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