For Immediate Release:
Coalville, UT (February 28, 2018) – Today Summit County announced that applications for RAP Cultural and Restaurant Tax grants will be made available beginning Thursday, March 1, 2018.
Eligible applicants for the 2018 Cultural Grant must be from a 501(c)(3) and registered with the State of Utah or a municipal or county cultural council, such as Summit County/Park City Arts Council. Eligible disciplines include Arts Education, Dance, History, Music, Visual Arts, Theatre, Folk Arts, and others.
Restaurant Tax Grant applicants must be a governmental entity, governmental subdivision or nonprofit and use grant funds for the primary purpose of bringing new tourism from outside Summit County, preferably overnight.
NEW THIS YEAR: The Special Event Grant will be available March 5 – April 16, 2018 at www.visitparkcity.com/event-grant.
As part of Summit County’s sustainable paperless process, the Summit County Grant applications will be available online beginning Wednesday, March 1st at www.summitcounty.org/grants. The deadline for all applications is Friday, March 30th at 12:00 p.m., no exceptions.
Grant Committee recommendations will be made to County Council by mid-June. Exact criteria for funding is outlined on the county website and attached to the applications. For further information, contact Anita Lewis at (435) 336-3220, 615-3220, 783-4351 ext. 3220. or click on the following link: www.summitcounty.org/grants.
About Summit County:
Located in the northeast corner of Utah along the Wasatch Back, Summit County is home to more than 41,000 residents. Created in 1854, Summit County was named for the summits of the mountains, including 39 of the highest mountain peaks in Utah. Six municipalities make up Summit County, including Coalville, Francis, Henefer, Kamas, Oakley and Park City. The county seat is quiet, scenic Coalville, located on the I-80 corridor. For more information visit www.summitcounty.org.
Community and Public Affairs Coordinator