Sanitary and Improvement Districts (SIDs)
A Sanitary and Improvement District (SID) is created when a developer buys land for a housing development. The SID can install streets, sewers and power, and can also buy land for public parks. To accomplish these tasks, the SID has the authority to issue bonds, levy taxes and special assessments, and fix rates for services. They also can buy land for public parks.
SIDs are required to file the following documents with the County Clerk/Comptroller:
- Articles of organization (also filed with the Clerk of the District Court)
- Resolutions of merger
- Annual budget documents
- List of SID officers
- Resolutions of dissolution
- Bond documents
- Meeting minutes
SIDs have the statutory authority to levy taxes. Each fall, the SID board must submit the SID's annual budget to the County Clerk/Comptroller. The budget requirements and property valuations for the SID are used to calculate the property tax levy for the SID.
SID Lookup (Find SID by SID Number)
SID Search (Find SID by Name or Partial Name)
ALL Active SID Report (PDF - 114 pages) Current as of May 1, 2013
* DISCLAIMER: Although the Sarpy County Clerk's office makes every effort to ensure that the information provided in these reports is accurate we make no guarantees concerning the completeness or up-to-date nature of the data as it is provided by the Sanitary and Improvement Districts. The County Clerk assumes no legal responsibility for the information contained in this data.