Reminder to apply for 2023 Edmonds lodging tax fund awards

Applications for lodging tax fund awards to promote 2023 events and programs that attract visitors from outside Edmonds are due Thursday May 26.

The City of Edmonds Lodging Tax Advisory Committee (LTAC) provides recommendations on the usage of city lodging tax revenue for the purposes of tourism promotion. These recommendations, approved by the Edmonds City Council in the annual city budget, include awarding grants to organizations that produce and promote events or programs that bring visitors to Edmonds. The award cycle is once a year.

Arts-related not-for-profit organizations seeking grants up to $2,600 for events or programs that promote cultural tourism may apply through the City of Edmonds Arts Commission Tourism Promotion Awards program. Applications are available by contacting eac@edmondswa.gov  or frances.chapin@edmondswa.gov .

Nonprofits seeking funds for any kind of event or program that promotes tourism may apply directly to the Lodging Tax Advisory Committee for funding to assist with attracting visitors to Edmonds. Contact Megan Luttrell at megan.luttrell@edmondswa.gov.

Both of these applications will be accepted until May 26.

 

One Reply to “Reminder to apply for 2023 Edmonds lodging tax fund awards”

  1. No $$ cash from me for any of this stuff including this. Any donation any help and I would think any taxes we pay should go to housing and helping our homeless and misguided and mentally anguished youth. I am finished with the wants and have moved on to the needs. I suggest we all do. Edmonds BOWL had its chance and got its attractions. THEY can now wait in my opinion. I have a conscience.

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