VANCOUVER – City of Vancouver Lodging Tax grant applications for projects or events that will increase overnight and day-visit tourism
An optional grant overview and orientation meeting for those interested in applying will occur at 3 p.m. on Thu., Oct. 13 at City Hall (415 West 6th Street). The meeting will also be hosted online for those who wish to attend virtually. A recording of the meeting will be posted on the city’s website at Lodging Tax Grant Program | City of Vancouver, Washington, USA. The orientation meeting will include training on Foundant Technologies, the city’s new grant application software.
Lodging Tax grants are available to nonprofit and tourism organizations with projects, events or activities that increase visits to the city or help increase tourism-related revenues for future events that will occur after March 1, 2023. The grants are funded through a four percent lodging tax on hotel, motel and bed and breakfast stays.
Applications are available on the city’s website at Lodging Tax Grant Program | City of Vancouver, Washington, USA and the deadline for submission is 3 p.m. Friday, Nov. 18.
For more information, contact Deputy Director of Economic Development Teresa Brum at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Information provided by city of Vancouver.
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