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2023-24 Tacoma Creates – Comprehensive Organizational Support

Summary

Tacoma Creates is a voter-approved initiative to increase access to arts, culture, heritage, and science experiences throughout Tacoma by reducing barriers to access and expanding offerings, particularly for underserved youth. Eligible non-profit arts, culture, heritage, and science organizations may apply for funding that helps them expand equitable access to public programs, increase opportunities in neighborhoods throughout Tacoma, expand educational options for youth, and build sustainability for continued services. Contracts for funding will go to organizations that demonstrate specific support and benefits for people and communities in Tacoma, based on the questions and evaluation criteria described in the Application Guidelines.

 

This category is open to organizations that meet all five eligibility requirements, described in the Eligibility for Funding section below. Organizations that apply in this category may request up to 15 percent of their total annual budget, based on the average of their actual income over their last three completed fiscal years, up to a maximum of $400,000 per 12-month funding cycle. Applicants in this category must demonstrate organizational commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion, as well as strong programming work in all three of these public benefit areas: neighborhood programming, increasing public access, and educational programming for youth. Applicants in this category must offer programs for the general public (adults/all ages), as well as youth education programs. Applicants in this category are expected to offer a variety of public programming opportunities throughout the year.

 

What Tacoma Creates Funding Can Support

Tacoma Creates funds can support a wide variety of public programs that advance arts, culture, heritage, and science, that take place within Tacoma city limits. This includes, but is not limited to: presentations, workshops, exhibitions, events, festivals, and educational programs for all ages. Programming may be presented in person  and/or virtually/online. Programs must generally be open to the public, with the exception of Public School Cultural Access Programs that are specifically for Tacoma Public Schools / Chief Leschi Schools students or teachers, or education programs for court-connected youth. Tacoma Creates funding can also support general organization expenses and capacity building efforts that are connected to the public programming work.

 

Eligibility

Tacoma Creates has specific eligibility requirements, based on Washington State and City of Tacoma regulations, which you can read more about here. There are five primary eligibility areas for Comprehensive Organizational Support.

 

Here is how to see if your organization is eligible to apply:

  • Primary Purpose
    Your organization’s primary purpose – meaning your overall mission and the majority of your activities – must be to advance and/or preserve arts, culture, heritage and/or science.

  • Non-Profit Status
    Your organization is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, incorporated under the laws of Washington State and recognized by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

  • Location
    Your organization’s official business address is within Tacoma city limits. This is confirmed by the address registered with the IRS, and on your City of Tacoma business license.

  • Program Delivery
    Your organization must directly provide cultural programming or experiences to the general public within Tacoma city limits.

  • Track Record
    Your organization has a two-year history of providing cultural programming or experiences to the general public in Tacoma.

Exclusions from Eligibility

Certain kinds or organizations are not eligible for any category of Tacoma Creates funding, based on Washington State legislation (RCW 36.160). Excluded from eligibility is any agency of the state or any of its political subdivisions; any municipal corporation; any organization that raises funds for redistribution to multiple cultural organizations; and any radio or television broadcasting network or station, cable communications system, internet-based communications venture or service, newspaper, or magazine.

 

Application Support

These free workshops will cover how the application process works and how to develop a strong application. All applicants are encouraged to send a representative to one of the three workshops. Each workshop will have a different focus: we encourage you to attend the one that best matches your organization’s situation, but we will cover the basics at all workshops so you may attend whichever one fits your schedule. A recording of the workshop held via Zoom will be posted at tacomacreates.org/application-assistance.

 

You do not need to sign up in advance for either of the in-person workshops, though space is limited and we encourage you to arrive a few minutes early. For the virtual workshop, you will need to register through the link provided below.

 

We encourage applicants to read the complete guidelines in advance of attending the workshop, and come with questions. The presentation portion of the workshop will be about an hour, with time allotted at the end for questions and discussion.

 

Wednesday, February 8, 2023, 12:30-2:00pm

  • Zoom – register in advance for this workshop: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMpd--vqzotHN3AjqcyVW_9Yj50SYj92Y6T

  • We recommend that you plan to attend via laptop or desktop computer, so that you will be able to see the slides shared during the workshop.

  • Focus: New applicants in either funding program – new organizations and/or new staff with returning organizations

Wednesday, February 15, 2023, 11am-12:30pm

  • Tacoma Municipal Building, 747 Market St., room 243

  • Nearest bus routes: 1, 11, 13, 16; paid street parking available

  • Focus: Comprehensive Organizational Support

 Wednesday, February 22, 2023, 4:30-6:00pm

  • South Tacoma library branch, 3411 S 56th St.

  • Nearest bus route: 3; free parking available in library lot, as well as street parking

  • Focus: Impact Funding

To request a reasonable accommodation for these workshops, please contact the Office of Arts & Cultural Vitality at (253) 591‐5191. TTY or speech to speech users may dial 711 to connect to Washington Relay Services.

 

Application Deadline

March 13, 2023, 11:59pm

 

Funding Application Guidelines

Download the 2023-24 Tacoma Creates Comprehensive Organizational Support guidelines (PDF) for complete funding information, including eligibility.

 

How to Apply

Applications must be submitted through our online application form. Go to tacomaarts.submittable.com/submit and select the 2023-24 Comprehensive Organizational Support form.

 

Questions?

You are welcome to contact Tacoma Creates staff at any time:

Lisa Jaret, Tacoma Creates Program Manager: ljaret@cityoftacoma.org or 253-591-5161

 

Clarissa Gines, Tacoma Creates Coordinator: cgines@cityoftacoma.org or 253-591-5174

 

Rico Lastrapes, Tacoma Creates Program Technician:

rlastrapes@cityoftacoma.org or 253-591-2038

2023-24 Tacoma Creates – Impact Funding

Summary
Tacoma Creates is a voter-approved initiative to increase access to arts, culture, heritage, and science experiences throughout Tacoma by reducing barriers to access and expanding offerings, particularly for underserved youth. Eligible non-profit arts, culture, heritage, and science organizations may apply for funding that helps them expand equitable access to public programs, increase opportunities in neighborhoods throughout Tacoma, expand educational options for youth, and build sustainability for continued services. Contracts for funding will go to organizations that demonstrate specific support and benefits for people and communities in Tacoma, based on the questions and evaluation criteria described in the Application Guidelines.

This category is open to organizations that meet all five eligibility requirements, or that meet the eligibility exceptions, as described in the Eligibility for Funding section below. Organizations that apply in this category may request a minimum of $3,000, and up to $60,000 per year. Applicants in this category may propose a single program or multiple programs throughout the year. Applicants may propose general public programs (open to adults or all ages), or youth education programs, or both, and must demonstrate a commitment to Tacoma Creates’ vision for vibrant, equitable, and inclusive cultural programs. The funding request may be up to 50 percent of the total cost of the proposed programming; applicants must demonstrate at least a 1:1 match of other resources to support the work, which may include volunteer time, and donated materials and space. 

 

New in 2023 – There are two application forms within the Impact Funding category:

  • Level A: for organizations requesting between $3,000 and $19,999, or for organizations only proposing Beyond the Bell / Club Beyond classes
  • Level B: for organizations requesting between $20,000 and $60,000

 The application review panel will consider funding for Level A and Level B applications separately, to better support newer and smaller organizations, and those that are proposing programming that is smaller in scope.  Both levels have the same overall application components and the same evaluation criteria. 

What Tacoma Creates Funding Can Support
Tacoma Creates funds can support a wide variety of public programs that advance arts, culture, heritage, and science, that take place within Tacoma city limits. This includes, but is not limited to: presentations, workshops, exhibitions, events, festivals, and educational programs for all-ages. Programming may be presented in person  and/or virtually/online. Programs must generally be open to the public, with the exception of Public School Cultural Access Programs that are specifically for Tacoma Public Schools / Chief Leschi Schools students or teachers, or education programs for court-connected youth. Tacoma Creates funding can also support general organization expenses and capacity building efforts that are connected to the public programming work.

Eligibility
Tacoma Creates has specific eligibility requirements, based on Washington State and City of Tacoma regulations, which you can read more about here. There are five primary eligibility areas, and organizations that meet all five may apply for either Impact Funding or Comprehensive Organizational Support. Organizations that do not meet all five, but do meet the exceptions listed below, may apply in the Impact Funding category.

Here is how to see if your organization is eligible to apply:

  • Primary Purpose
    Your organization’s primary purpose – meaning your overall mission and the majority of your activities –  must be to advance and/or preserve arts, culture, heritage and/or science, using the definitions listed on page 2.
  • Exception: Business District Associations and Neighborhood Councils recognized by the City of Tacoma may be eligible in the Impact Funding category (see Special Categories below).
  • Non-Profit Status
    Your organization is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, incorporated under the laws of Washington State and recognized by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).
  • Exception: if your organization does not have this non-profit status, but meets the requirements for Primary Purpose, Location, and Program Delivery, you may apply for Impact Funding using a Fiscal Sponsor that is a non-profit organization. You can find more information about Fiscal Sponsorship on this document. You will need to submit a letter of commitment from your Fiscal Sponsor in order to apply. Your organization must be a group of people working together towards a specific mission or purpose, and you must have an organizational bank account and a City of Tacoma business license.
  • Location
    Your organization’s official business address is within Tacoma city limits. This is confirmed by the address registered with the IRS, and on your City of Tacoma business license. 
  • Exception: if your organization’s official business address is outside Tacoma, but within Pierce County, you may still be eligible. If your organization provides at least 65 percent of your public programming in Tacoma, and you meet all of the other eligibility requirements listed here, you may apply in the Impact Funding category.
  • Program Delivery
    Your organization must directly provide cultural programming or experiences to the general public within Tacoma city limits
  • There are no exceptions to this requirement. Please use this link to verify programming locations, as there are some locations that use “Tacoma” in their address that are technically outside of Tacoma city limits. 
  • Track Record
    Your organization has a two-year history of providing cultural programming or experiences to the general public in Tacoma.
  • Exception: if your organization does not have a two-year history, but meets all other eligibility requirements listed here, you may apply in the Impact Funding category.

SPECIAL CATEGORIES
There are two additional types of organizations that are eligible to apply for Impact Funding:

  • Business District Associations and Neighborhood Councils
    Active Business District Associations and Neighborhood Councils recognized by the City of Tacoma may apply for funding for neighborhood-based arts, culture, heritage, and/or science programs or events, especially fairs and festivals, but must have a Fiscal Sponsor that is a 501(c)(3) organization in Tacoma that meets the Primary Purpose criteria of advancing or preserving arts, culture, heritage, and/or science.

Affiliate Cultural Programs within a larger non-profit
Established and distinct cultural programs that meet the Primary Purpose, Location, and Program Delivery criteria, and are part of a larger non-profit, public-serving organization, may apply if the following additional eligibility criteria are met:

  • Independent mission: Have a published mission statement independent of the parent organization
  • Independent board: Have a board or steering committee that guides the program, independent of the parent organization’s board
  • Independent budget: Have a distinct, balanced budget, independent of the parent organization
  • Track record: Five years providing public programming in arts, culture, heritage, and/or science
  • Staff: Have dedicated, paid staff, equal to at least one full-time employee
  • Matching Funds: Provide a 1:1 cash match for Tacoma Creates funds
  • The parent organization must:
      • Be a public-serving 501(c)(3) or 501(c)(6) non-profit organization
      • Be based within Tacoma city limits
      • Retain no more than 10 percent of any Tacoma Creates funding to support administrative services
      • Submit a completed Affiliate Organization Agreement, which can be found here
Exclusions from Eligibility
Certain kinds or organizations are not eligible for any category of Tacoma Creates funding, based on Washington State legislation (RCW 36.160). Excluded from eligibility is any agency of the state or any of its political subdivisions; any municipal corporation; any organization that raises funds for redistribution to multiple cultural organizations; and any radio or television broadcasting network or station, cable communications system, internet-based communications venture or service, newspaper, or magazine.

Application Support
These free workshops will cover how the application process works and how to develop a strong application. All applicants are encouraged to send a representative to one of the three workshops. Each workshop will have a different focus: we encourage you to attend the one that best matches your organization’s situation, but we will cover the basics at all workshops so you may attend whichever one fits your schedule. A recording of the workshop held via Zoom will be posted at tacomacreates.org/application-assistance.

You do not need to sign up in advance for either of the in-person workshops, though space is limited and we encourage you to arrive a few minutes early. For the virtual workshop, you will need to register through the link provided below.

We encourage applicants to read the complete guidelines in advance of attending the workshop, and come with questions. The presentation portion of the workshop will be about an hour, with time allotted at the end for questions and discussion. 

Wednesday, February 8, 2023, 12:30-2:00pm


  • Zoom – register in advance for this workshop:https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMpd--vqzotHN3AjqcyVW_9Yj50SYj92Y6T
  • We recommend that you plan to attend via laptop or desktop computer, so that you will be able to see the slides shared during the workshop.
  • Focus: New applicants in either funding program – new organizations and/or new staff with returning organizations 

Wednesday, February 15, 2023, 11am-12:30pm

  • Tacoma Municipal Building, 747 Market St., room 243
  • Nearest bus routes: 1, 11, 13, 16; paid street parking available
  • Focus: Comprehensive Organizational Support 

Wednesday, February 22, 2023, 4:30-6:00pm

  • South Tacoma library branch, 3411 S 56th St.
  • Nearest bus route: 3; free parking available in library lot, as well as street parking
  • Focus: Impact Funding

TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE WITH COMMUNITIES RISE
Tacoma Creates is partnering with Communities Rise to offer free technical assistance in developing applications for Tacoma Creates – Impact Funding.

Organizations are eligible for this opportunity if they:

  • Have operating budgets of $200,000 or less
  • Serve communities impacted by systemic oppression, which includes communities of color, immigrant and refugee communities, LGBTQIA+ communities, persons with disabilities, low-income communities
  • Meet all funding eligibility requirements for Tacoma Creates; contact tacomacreates@cityoftacoma.org with any questions about eligibility)

This opportunity is open to organizations that have been funded by Tacoma Creates in the past, as well as organizations that have not yet applied to, or received funding from Tacoma Creates.

Communities Rise can provide up to two, 45-60 minute sessions of free consultation to support understanding of the application process and requirements, and/or to offer feedback on draft proposals. Consultants can help by explaining the Impact Funding application guidelines, brainstorming how to respond to the application prompts, or editing a draft application. Please note: consultants cannot write the application.

To request this consultation support, visit this webpage, where there is a short form to complete. We encourage you to request this support as soon as possible, and no later than March 14th, in order to allow time for scheduling and to give you the most amount of time to work on your Impact Funding application. 

If you have any questions about the support from Communities Rise, contact Zoë Erb, cbclinics@communities-rise.org.  

About Communities Rise
Communities Rise is a non-profit organization that fosters movements to build power in communities impacted by systemic oppression. A core focus of their work is to provide tools and trainings that build capacity for small non-profit organizations that work in and for historically marginalized or resource-limited communities. Learn more at www.communities-rise.org.

Application Deadline

March 27, 2023, 11:59pm

Funding Application Guidelines
Download the 2023-24 Tacoma Creates Impact Funding guidelines (PDF) for complete funding information, including eligibility.

How to Apply
Applications must be submitted through our online application form. Go to tacomaarts.submittable.com/submit and select the 2022-2023 Impact Funding form.

Questions?
You are welcome to contact Tacoma Creates staff at any time:
Lisa Jaret, Tacoma Creates Program Manager: ljaret@cityoftacoma.org or 253-591-5161

Clarissa Gines, Tacoma Creates Coordinator: cgines@cityoftacoma.org or 253-591-5174

 

Rico Lastrapes, Tacoma Creates Program Technician: rlastrapes@cityoftacoma.org or 253-591-2038

Panel Interest Form

What is a Panel?

A panel is a group of individuals pulled together by staff to review applications or nominations for Office of Arts & Cultural Vitality managed programs or opportunities. Panel members use published review criteria to evaluate applications and make recommendations about who gets grant funding, public art projects, roster appointments, etc.

Panelists are selected for a variety of reasons which can include: their connection to community, knowledge of relevant subject matter, and the diversity of perspectives and experiences they bring to the group overall. For each opportunity, we assemble a unique panel of three to nine people to make collective recommendations about which applicants should receive funding or commissions through our office. Those recommendations generally go to the Tacoma Arts Commission or the Tacoma Creates Advisory Board for final approval.

Why be a Panelist?

The Office of Arts & Cultural Vitality (OACV) is deeply appreciative of the time and expertise community members invest in serving on panels. Serving on a panel is a proactive way to impact how public funds are spent in Tacoma, and panelists receive valuable professional development as well as insight into how the application review process works from the inside.

OACV provides panelists with free parking and food during meetings, in addition to offering a monetary stipend.

The length and number of meetings needed for a selection process vary based on the project. Depending on the application, some panels will require a small amount of prep work in advance, one to two hours, and some panels may require extensive reading and evaluation work in advance of the in-person panel meeting, anywhere from 10-50 hours. Community members will be offered a stipend for their service as follows:

  • $50 – quarter day meeting (1 – 2 hours)
  • $100 – half day meeting (3 ‐ 4 hours)
  • $200 – full day meeting (6 – 9 hours)
  • $100 – pre‐meeting work to digitally read and score applications (only when requested)

Members of a City‐appointed commission or board are volunteers and are not eligible to receive a stipend for their service on a panel. City of Tacoma employees and project staff are not eligible to receive a stipend for their service on a panel.

Submit a Panel Interest Form

Please complete the online form to be considered for a position on an upcoming OACV panel: www.surveymonkey.com/r/tacomapanels 

 

Staff will take into account many factors when putting together panels, and may not be able to use the services of all qualified individuals who submit. If an individual is offered a position on a panel but is unable to participate because of scheduling or conflict of interest, OACV will continue to consider them for future panels. Panel Interest Forms will be saved and reviewed periodically for up to three years from the submission date.


Questions

If you have questions, please contact Naomi Strom-Avila at nstrom-avila@cityoftacoma.org or (253) 591-5191.

Connecting the Tacoma Mall Area Art Plan

Application Deadline: February 8, 2023, 11:59 PM 

 

Budget: $30,000

 

Optional Zoom Info Session: An info session was held Wednesday January 18, 2023, noon to 1 PM. Click here to view the recording.  

 

To Apply: https://tacomaarts.submittable.com/submit

 

Summary

The City of Tacoma is looking for an artist or team to create an Art Plan for the Tacoma Mall Area. This area is slated for tremendous growth and has been designated a Regional Growth Center (one of two in Tacoma). It is also located on top of the South Tacoma Aquifer, which provides supplemental drinking water for the City. With a subarea plan adopted in 2018 and several public investments underway, the neighborhood is well-positioned for much needed improvements to support a healthy, thriving population center within Tacoma. An Art Plan will help create a vision and roadmap for art and culture interventions to support the growth of the neighborhood over the next 10-15 years, starting with the currently-underway Madison District Green Infrastructure Project. The Art Plan and resulting artworks should support a healthy and connected community, be informed by robust community engagement, and be in alignment with existing plans.

 

Eligibility

  • Applicants can apply as an individual or team

  • Applicants must reside in Washington State or Oregon, and be available for scheduled in-person meetings as needed

  • Applicants must be 18 years or older

  • Applicants cannot be a member of the Tacoma Arts Commission or an employee of the City

  • People who are members of historically disenfranchised racial, ethnic, cultural, and other identity groups are especially encouraged to apply

Background

The City of Tacoma and the Puget Sound Regional Council have designated the Tacoma Mall neighborhood a Regional Growth Center (RGC). The Tacoma Mall neighborhood is located approximately 2.5 miles southwest of downtown Tacoma. The neighborhood, already an important employment and population center, is expected to receive a significant portion of the City's future housing and employment growth. As such, the City of Tacoma worked with community partners and the public to develop the Tacoma Mall Subarea Plan, which outlines a vision, goals, and strategies to guide growth and development of the area. The vision of the Subarea Plan is for a compact, pedestrian-friendly, urban mixed-use neighborhood with a high quality of life, which includes access to healthy lifestyle choices, services, and efficient multimodal transportation options. In addition to accommodating growth, the proposals include actions to address long-standing neighborhood issues. The Subarea Plan also sets priorities for the environment through innovative green infrastructure approaches and actions to improve water quality and flow control on a watershed basis while protecting and recharging the South Tacoma Aquifer.

 

The City has just started the Madison District Green Infrastructure Project, which is the first major capital project in the Tacoma Mall Area since the Subarea Plan was completed. The project is intended to improve neighborhood streets, fix drainage problems, and protect Puget Sound from polluted runoff by installing permeable pavement. Permeable pavement allows rain and other water falling on streets to soak into the ground and eventually into the groundwater rather than flowing into the stormwater system and directly into nearby waterways. The project will also include utility upgrades, significant landscaping, and 300 new trees. It is also the first section of the Loop Road, a concept recommended in the Tacoma Mall Subarea Plan to create a new 10-foot-wide walking, biking, and rolling path that loops around the neighborhood, improving walkability and connectivity.

 

In addition to the current capital project, the City's Urban Forestry Program is leading an effort with the City's Office of Arts & Cultural Vitality, Tacoma Tree Foundation, Pierce Conservation District, Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department, The Nature Conservancy, and other community partners to increase tree canopy in the neighborhood. This effort includes planting 300 new trees in 2022-2023 (in addition to the trees that are part of the Madison District Green Infrastructure Project); Two community-engaged artist projects completed in 2022; and a research project with the University of Washington to measure the human health impacts of added tree canopy in the area.

 

Opportunity

The Tacoma Mall Subarea Plan contains several goals and actions, including the development of a “public art strategy for this neighborhood that identifies resources, partnerships and opportunities to foster and support cultural expression, awareness of neighborhood history and a sense of place and local identity” (Action CV-4).

 

The Subarea Plan should be a starting place for a strong vision and roadmap for art and culture interventions in the neighborhood, and the Art Plan should intersect with and support other goals and actions laid out in the Subarea Plan, which include urban form, land use, housing, transportation, environment, community vitality, utilities and services, and shared prosperity. There is tremendous opportunity to support stronger connections within the neighborhood, especially in relationship to the natural environment, community cohesion, and how people get around the neighborhood.

 

To inform the Art Plan, the artist or team will have the opportunity to build on: the community process to date; existing partnerships with local agencies, community members, and the steering committee; and logistical support from project staff. As part of developing the Art Plan, the artist or team should expect to spend time with the site. The artist or team will develop several opportunities to engage the neighborhood in creative ways as part of their work. Exact engagement methods will be determined by the artist or team, but should both contribute to community building now, and be a tool to demonstrate future engagement methods and activities.

 

The final Art Plan should identify a framework and potential art approaches that the City can implement as part of future projects in the area, starting with specific project recommendations in the Madison District Green Infrastructure Project footprint. This strategy will inform the direction of art projects in the area for the next 10-15 years and should include history and community input while providing a vision for the site. The Art Plan should include the development of overarching concepts for the area and be action oriented. It should also include recommended budgets, phasing, and actions that the City and partners could take to support a more livable and connected community in the Tacoma Mall Area.

 

Selection Criteria

  • Exhibited experience with public art and in creating public art plans

  • Quality of work as exemplified in past work

  • Ability to work successfully with community members, city staff, architects, engineers, planners, etc. to gather information and interpret it successfully in a plan

  • Ability to present ideas and concepts to public groups

  • Ability to think conceptually to develop artwork and art approaches

  • Ability to meet project timelines

Submission Process: Submit the following items via Submittable (https://tacomaarts.submittable.com/submit):

 

1. Basic Information: Series of yes/no questions and multiple choice

 

2. Narrative Questions:

  • Why are you interested in this project and what do you know about the Tacoma Mall area? (400 words or less)
  • What skills or experience will help you develop an Art Plan? (300 words or less)
  • What is your experience scoping public art projects? (300 words or less)
  • How have you successfully engaged community in a past project? (300 words or less)
  • Anything else you want to tell us? (Optional, 300 words or less)

3. Work Samples with Descriptions:

  • Ten (10) digital images of past work with concise descriptions
  • Optional: applicants may include up to two (2) PDF planning documents, in place of images

4. Resume:

  • Resume should not exceed three (3) pages
  • Teams should submit one resume per member
  • References will be requested if you move to the finalist stage

Timeline all dates subject to change

Date Activity
January 18, 2023, 12-1 PM Optional Zoom Info Session*
February 8, 2023, 11:59 PM
Applications Due 
By February 24, 2023
Finalists Selected 
Week of March 6, 2023
Optional Site Visit and Finalist Interviews 
Spring 2023
Contracting and Orientation 
June 2024
Project Completed 

*Click this link to access the Zoom info session: https://zoom.us/j/91357149660. The zoom info session will be recorded. Email rebecca.solverson@cityoftacoma.org for a link.

 

Questions? Contact Rebecca Solverson, rebecca.solverson@cityoftacoma.org, (253) 591-5564

 

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