How is the cost of the streetlight within a SLID divided among the property owners within that SLID?
The Arizona Revised Statues allows the city to assess the taxes in one of two ways. One is equal apportionment based on the number and classification of the properties. The other method is a proportional share based on assessed value of each property. The City of Surprise prefers to have equal apportionment because all property owners share the same benefit of the lights; you and all your neighbors should pay the same.

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Q: What is a SLID?
Q: Why has a SLID not been formed in my neighborhood?
Q: What roadways are applicable under a SLID?
Q: How can my property secure a SLID?
Q: What does a majority consist of?
Q: What happens after the signatures are received?
Q: What happens if not enough signatures are received?
Q: What is the cost to the property owner?
Q: How is the cost of the streetlight within a SLID divided among the property owners within that SLID?
Q: Is there a maximum amount of money I would pay toward a SLID?
Q: Who has been paying for the street lights so far?