North Tahoe Community Alliance to collect public input on fall grant cycle priorities

Submitted to the Sun

NORTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. – The North Tahoe Community Alliance will host a community workshop on July 12 from 5-7 p.m. to collect additional public input on its fall grant cycle funding priorities. Interested community members can participate in the workshop virtually or in person at the North Tahoe Event Center in Kings Beach.

“The purpose of this meeting is to surface nuances of the priorities our community helped outline regarding how they’d like to put TOT-TBID Dollars At Work for the benefit of residents, businesses, and visitors,” said Tony Karwowski, NTCA president and CEO. “As one example, we’ve learned from previous community surveys that most prefer to support workforce housing rental projects and programs instead of home purchase projects and programs. It’s feedback like this that helps our committees and Board of Directors decide which project and program applications to support.”

This fall, the NTCA will officially launch its inaugural Annual Grant Cycle as part of the Community Vitality and Economic Health Investment Program introduced this past spring. Designed to make the TOT-TBID Dollars At Work program support a vibrant, year-round economy, eligible submissions must fit within one of several categories, including workforce housing, economic development, transportation, sustainability, mitigation of tourism impacts, or trails.

Click here to learn more about the NTCA’s Community Vitality and Economic Health Investment Program. To attend the July 12 community workshop virtually, please join us on Zoom.

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