Economic Development Grants
Marion County receives revenue from the Oregon Lottery video revenue proceeds which are allocated to counties annually for the purpose of furthering economic development efforts. Marion County's Board of Commissioners have designated a portion of these revenues to fund the Marion County Economic Development Lottery Grant Programs which work to support the private sector in creating jobs and support local municipalities and nonprofits in improving the livability and safety of communities in Marion County.
Business Development Grants
Marion County Business Development Grants are not available at this time.
For more information contact Tom Hogue, Economic Development Coordinator by phone at (503) 589-3277 or email at email@example.com
Community Project Grants
Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis.
Community Project Grants available to nonprofits, legal entities, or municipalities to promote economic development through increasing the livability and safety within communities and unincorporated areas of Marion County.
Applications are accepted annually based on availability of funds; $75,000 is available per fiscal year. The funding cycle resets July 1st of each year. Prospective applicants must contact the Economic Development program to discuss the identified project to determine eligibility prior to submitting an application; eligible project will be invited to submit an application.
The documents listed are for reference only, please contact Tom Hogue to request a copy of the current application.
For information or questions regarding the grant opportunity or for assistance with the application contact:
Tom Hogue, Economic Development Coordinator by phone at (503) 589-3277 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Infrastructure Project Grants
Infrastructure Development Grants are available to municipalities located within rural areas of Marion County, Oregon to support planning and implementation of projects to improve community infrastructure. This grant program is not accepting applications at this time.