Fate Municipal Development District
- 6 p.m.
- Once a quarter and as needed
- City Hall
1900 CD Boren Parkway
Fate, TX 75087
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The Fate Municipal Development District is comprised of five regular members appointed by the City Council who serve staggered two-year terms.
|Bob Chambers||Board Member, Place 3||July, 2023|
|Kirk Adams||President, Place 4||July, 2022|
|Allen Robbins||Board Member, Place 2||July, 2023|
|Nikki Robinson||Vice President, Place 1||July, 2023|
|Todd Crabtree||Secretary, Place 5||July, 2022|
The Fate Municipal Development District (MDD) was created by voters in November, 2014 and began levying a 1/2 percent sales tax starting January 1, 2015 on all items in the district that are subject to the general sales tax. The MDD jurisdiction includes the City of Fate and its extra-territorial jurisdiction (that area that extends outward from the city limits to one mile) and is governed by a 5-member Board of Directors who are appointed by the City Council.
It is the mission of the MDD to aid the City of Fate and interested private or public entities in making the community a better place to live, work and do business. In so doing, the MDD may help develop and finance any permissible project as defined in Chapter 377 of the Texas Local Government Code and that benefits, strengthens and diversifies the economic base of Fate.
Applying for funding from the Municipal Development District
The MDD may assist in the funding of new or expanded businesses or industries in compliance with Chapter 377 of the Texas Local Government Code. Funding assistance for a project may include the following:
Land, buildings, equipment, facilities, expenditures, targeted infrastructure or improvements for the creation or retention of primary jobs, manufacturing or industrial facilities, research and development facilities, transportation facilities, sewage or solid waste disposal facilities, recycling facilities, air or water pollution facilities, facilities for furnishing water to the public, distribution centers, small warehouse facilities serving as distribution centers, primary job training facilities, regional or national corporate headquarter facilities;
Job training required or suitable for the promotion of development and expansion of businesses;
Infrastructure required or suitable for promotion or development of new or expanded businesses;
Land, buildings, equipment, or facilities improvements to promote or develop new or expanded businesses that create or retain primary jobs.
To apply for funding, please contact Justin Weiss, Assistant City Manager.