Since its founding in 1993, the property owners in the Midtown Improvement District have worked continually to bring a better quality of life, community and infrastructure improvements to its residents and businesses. From strategic investment and support in infrastructure improvements, to advocacy with the City of Dallas and other public entities for funding and collaborative public investment, our Board of Trustees and staff work on behalf of property owners, businesses and residents to make the Midtown District the best.
Don't miss this FREE EVENT at Vickery Public Library 3:30-5:30pm.
Midtown Dallas Spotlight: Five Amazing Boroughs with Gems You Know and Love
The Midtown Improvement District's alliances with area security teams is continually expanding to ensure that our security and public safety professionals are all working together in a unified effort to help prevent crime.
Midtown 311 and Streetlight Outage Reports Help Midtown Boroughs
Improvement in Action: Midtown Crews Start ?Bridges of Midtown Improvements
Midtown Improvement District is home to a vast number of premier health and wellness institutions and businesses, establishing Dallas’ Midtown Medical Business District
Midtown Improvement District now operates with the boundaries that were defined during the renewal of the District and approved by Dallas City Council.
The Midtown Improvement District works closely with Dallas Police Department and DPD Northeast Patrol to obtain the latest information on crime incidents in our District.
Midtown Improvement District's National Night Out event was a huge success.
Midtown Improvement District co-sponsors Back to School Event
Midtown Improvement District is prioritizing transportation investments across the District, and we want your ideas. You're invited to share your ideas at our Midtown Mobility Study.
Chad Cornelison Leads Midtown Improvement District Team as New Executive Director
On June 28th, the Midtown Improvement District staff the Board of Trustees were honored to host the Midtown Improvement District Annual Meeting .
Midtown Improvement District achieved its renewal goals as a public improvement district and the renewal of the Midtown Improvement District through 2033 was approved by the Dallas City Council at its meeting on June 8, 2022.
The Midtown Improvement District’s Resilience program has already begun strategic counseling of individuals experiencing homelessness.
Improvement photos of Midtown Boulevard and NCX in Midtown Park where the Midtown Improvement District team did some excellent landscaping cleanup.
The Midtown Improvement District and City of Dallas have been working to enhance the infrastructure in Midtown.
The beautiful mural at Park and Eastridge designed by award winning architectural firm Gensler and painted by Gensler and community volunteers is now complete.
Help Champion Improvement in Your Neighborhood with Midtown Code Red 311
Elected June 5, Dallas City Councilmember Gay Donnell Willis champions District 13 and Midtown needs
Come learn about how the Midtown Improvement District is creating excellence in quality of life for all residents. Share your perspectives. Provide your feedback.
As Midtown manages the SoPac Trail, improvements are coming continually for our community
New and Modern Senior Living in Midtown Sets Standard of Excellence
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The Vickery Midtown Public Realm/Open Space Enhancement and Beautification Committee chaired by...
City of Dallas Initiates Zoning Effort with Full Community Engagement and Input Dallas City...
2020 - 2021 Priorities for wide progress in your district...
District 13 Dallas City Council member Jennifer Staubach-Gates Champions public investment in Vickery Midtown
The students, parents and teachers and staff at our amazing Dallas ISD...
The team for the Midtown Code Red 311 program launched by Vickery Midtown Public Improvement...