About Martin City

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What You Need to Know about Martin City, Missouri

Martin City is a 300+-acre Community Improvement District established in 2005 with 75+ businesses within our boundaries that generate $50M dollars in sales tax revenue annually.  MC-CID’s mission is to serve as an economic development tool that allows landowners in the district to coordinate efforts to improve the area.

Many think Martin City is its own municipality but we are actually part of the City of Kansas City, Missouri, having been annexed in 1963.  MC-CID is governed by a Board of Directors made up of 7 property owners representing local businesses serving 4-year terms.

The Board meets the second Thursday monthly at Jess & Jim’s Steakhouse. The meetings run from 8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. and are open to the public.

Annual revenue streams come from a small property tax of $150 on each parcel($22,000) and a retail sales tax assessment ($.005) that brings in approximately $240,000.

Area Plans, Brochure, Marketing Studies, Maps

Martin City Boundary Map
Martin City Expansion Map
Martin City Executive Summary
Martin City Area Plan
Martin City Marketing Analysis
Martin City Land Use Map
Martin City Zoning Map (Aerial)
Martin City Brochure

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