Clackamas County Tourism & Cultural Affairs (CCTCA) 

Community Partnership Program Grant

Minimum Request: $250     Maximum Request: $20,000 per community


  • February 28, 2019 at 5 pm – Application Deadline
  • April 2019 – Award Notification & Agreements emailed
    • Funds issued upon remittance of signed agreements from awardees to OMHT
  • December, 31, 2019 – Project Completion Deadline.
  • February 6, 2020 Year-end Reports Due.

Community Partnership Program (CPP) Grants are made available by Oregon’s Mt. Hood Territory (OMHT) for tourism-related projects in local communities. On-line applications are submitted to Mt. Hood Territory. They are then forwarded to local grant review committees for consideration. Qualifying projects are those that demonstrate an ability to: 1) increase overnight stays in lodging facilities, 2) bring visitors into a community from more than 50 miles away to recreate, shop, dine or take in the arts, cultural or historic offerings, and/or 3) entice visitors to linger longer in a community within Clackamas County. The most competitive projects are those that offer the greatest potential to increase tourism* activity within the communities they are seeking funding.

Funding for this grant program comes from the County’s 6% transient lodging tax.

CLICK HERE to view the full grant page and additional materials, including the Online Application and Reporting portal.

Please Contact Jim Austin at 503-742-5901 or [email protected] with any questions.

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