2019 Tourism Grant application process now open!

The application process for Clackamas County Tourism’s 2019 Community Partnership Program (CPP) Grants is now open

In partnership with the communities of Canby, Estacada, Government Camp, Happy Valley, Lake Oswego, Milwaukie, Molalla, North Clackamas, Oregon City, Sandy, the Villages of Mt. Hood, West Linn and Wilsonville, Oregon’s Mt. Hood Territory offers up to $20,000 per community for local tourism projects that demonstrate an ability to attract visitors from outside the community, generate overnight stays or entice visitors to linger longer.

The deadline for submission is 5:00 pm, Feb. 28, 2019.

Click here for more information about this grant opportunity. Here is a direct link to the on-line application form. You will need to create a logon profile if you have not already done so.

Examples of past-awarded projects include:

  • Geocache Challenges
  • Maps, Brochures, and Flyers
  • Responsive Websites
  • On-line Marketing
  • Co-op Advertising Buys
  • Interpretive Panels & Signage
  • Driving or Walking Tours
  • Agritourism or Heritage Loops
  • Festivals and Events
  • Organized Rides/Runs

Applications are evaluated on the following qualities:

  • alignment with CCTCA and the community’s established tourism goals and plans;
  • ability to generate overnight stays within Clackamas County;
  • likelihood of attracting tourists/visitors from outside the community;
  • inclusion of more than one community, lodging, or tourism partner;
  • leverage of additional dollars and/or resources;
  • are self-sustaining, have growth potential, or are capacity-building; and
  • offer measurable or demonstrable ROI.

Click here for more information about this grant opportunity. Here is a direct link to the on-line application form. You will need to create a logon profile if you have not already done so.

Examples of past-awarded projects include:

  • Geocache Challenges
  • Maps, Brochures, and Flyers
  • Responsive Websites
  • Online Marketing
  • Co-op Advertising Buys
  •  Interpretive Panels & Signage
  • Driving or Walking Tours
  • Agritourism or Heritage Loops
  • Festivals and Events
  • Organized Rides/Runs

Applications are evaluated on the following qualities:

  • alignment with CCTCA and the community’s established tourism goals and plans
  • ability to generate overnight stays within Clackamas County
  • likelihood of attracting tourists/visitors from outside the community
  • inclusion of more than one community, lodging, or tourism partner
  • leverage of additional dollars and/or resources
  • are self-sustaining, have growth potential, or are capacity-building
  • offer measurable or demonstrable ROI

Additional Grant Program Information:

CPP Application Question Preview

Review Committee Worksheet

Guidelines & Overview

Terms & Conditions