If you are an active, registered voter at your current address, you should have received a ballot in the mail for a proposed Port Improvement District (PID). This includes residents of the CORE and Union Berkley apartment complexes.

Port KC is proposing to create a PID to fund the maintenance, operations, and infrastructure improvements for the KC Streetcar in the Berkley Riverfront. If passed, this PID includes maintenance in, and around, the streetcar within the Berkley Riverfront and other improvements such as, but not limited to: landscaping, lighting, security, frequent trash and pet waste pick up, and mowing.

Approval of the PID will result in a 1 percent sales and use tax, and a real property tax (no cars, boats, etc.). The sales and use tax would apply to purchases made within the PID, and the property tax would apply to property owners.

How to submit your ballot

  • To vote, you must complete the ballot and have it notarized.
  • Then, you can drop the ballot in a postal mail box or take it to the election authority’s office in person.
  • If sent by mail, the ballot must be postmarked by June 25, 2024.

Get your ballot notarized

Your ballot must be notarized. Get your ballot notarized at a free happy hour!

CORE residents

→ Save the date for a FREE notary happy hour in the CORE lobby! Stop by any time between 4-6 p.m. on Thursday, June 20, 2024.

Union Berkley residents

→ Save the date for a FREE notary happy hour on Thursday, June 20, at Union Berkley! Come by any time from 4-6 p.m. on Monday, June 24, 2024.

How to get a replacement ballot

Any qualified voter who did not receive a ballot in the mail or lost the ballot, may pick up a replacement in person beginning on June 17, 2024.

Kansas City Election Board
4407 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Kansas City, Missouri, 64130


Learn more about the Port Improvement District (PID) and review the frequently asked questions.

Tuesday, June 25, is the deadline to postmark or submit your ballot.