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Posted on: January 30, 2017

Port Launches 2017 Community Partner Program

At last Monday's regular Port of Port Angeles commission meeting, the commission unanimously approved the 2017 Community Partner Program.

The Port's Community Partner Program offers matching funds of up to $65,000 for use in trade promotion, tourism promotion, public education & awareness and economic development projects for small cities and communities in Clallam County. An eligible Clallam County community is defined as:

• A public or non-profit group
• An incorporated or unincorporated small city of no more than 10,000 residents

Small cities and non-profits may submit proposals by February 24, 2017 to the Port of Port Angeles for screening and prioritization. Following the solicitation period, Port staff forward all eligible proposals to the Board. The Board then selects the community or communities and awards funds to the most worthy proposals, no later than March 31st. Each small city or non-profit then has until the end of the calendar year to spend the project money and submit supporting documentation to the Port of Port Angeles for reimbursement.

The Port initially launched the Community Partner Program in 2015.  Both the 2015 and 2016 programs were a great success. To date, the Port has funded twenty four different projects throughout Clallam County ranging from audio visual equipment, to tourism signage, to exhibit lighting. To learn more about applying to the Community Partner Program, click on the link below.

Community Partner Info and Application
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