City of Hartsville
09/15/17 - For Fall Hospitality Tax Grants Only
Grants to Hartsville, South Carolina nonprofit organizations for projects that promote tourism, the arts, and cultural events, for tourist-related services, and/or for facilities and services for civic and cultural activities. Funding will only be provided for activities related to tourism in the following categories:
- Advertising and promotion of tourism to develop and increase tourist attendance through the generation of publicity
- Promotion of the arts and cultural events
- Construction, maintenance, and operation of facilities for civic and cultural activities including construction and maintenance of access and nearby roads and utilities for the facilities
- The criminal justice system, law enforcement, fire protection, solid waste collection and health facilities when required to serve tourist and tourist facilities. This is based on the estimated percentage of cost directly attributed by tourist
- Public facilities such as restrooms, dressing rooms for parks and parking lots
- Tourist shuttle transportation
- Control and repair of waterfront erosion, including beach re-nourishment
- Operating visitor information centers
GrantWatch ID#: 147659
Funded projects must be completed before May 1.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Click here to apply online: https://www.hartsvillesc.gov/government/forms/tax-grant-application/
If you have any questions about these grants or your application, please feel free to contact the City of Hartville Finance Department at 843.383.3015 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Physical Address: City of Hartsville, 100 E Carolina Ave, Hartsville SC 29550
Mailing Address: City of Hartsville, PO Drawer 2497, Hartsville SC 29551
USA: South Carolina: City of Hartsville
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