The Tourism Public Improvement District (TPID) was created in 2012 at the request of local hotels and Visit Dallas (formerly the Dallas Convention & Visitors Bureau), renewed in 2016, and expanded in 2020. TPID revenues are utilized to fund incentives to encourage organizations to bring large conferences, conventions and meetings to Dallas, enhance marketing and incentive programs to help increase hotel stays within the City and provide some funding for arts marketing.
The TPID is comprised of all hotel properties within the City of Dallas with at least 100 rooms. Unlike traditional PIDs, the TPID raises revenue from eligible hotel properties based on usage. PID collections are based on a 2% assessment of total collections on room rentals from participating hotels.
The current PID term runs until September 30, 2029 with annual budget and assessment rate subject to a public hearing and City Council approval.
Tourism PID Hotels
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The cost of the services and improvements provided by the Tourism Public Improvement District (District) will be levied by special assessment against Dallas hotels located within the District territory with 100 or more rooms ("qualifying hotels") based on hotel room nights sold. The total cost of the services and improvements to be provided shall be apportioned at a rate of 2% of room- nights sold at qualifying hotels until the District's budget for services and improvements is reached over the District's authorized renewal term. Rooms that are not subject to the City's hotel occupancy tax shall not be included for the District assessment.