City Admin Staff are looking to fill two member at large positions. These will remain open until filled.

Positions are a one year appointment and individuals can reapply each year to continue their service.

Port Angeles Lodging Tax Advisory Committee

 

Why You’re Needed: This is your opportunity to help determine how Lodging Tax Funds are allocated in Port Angeles. You can play a key role in lifting up new community tourism ideas or sustaining those in place.

Job Basics:

The LTAC is an advisory group that makes recommendations to the City Council on activities and/or facilities to be funded by lodging excise tax revenues. The committee has representatives who serve on behalf of activities funded by the lodging excise tax, representatives who serve on behalf of those who collect the lodging excise tax, as well as community members-at-large.

Meeting Schedule: Members serve in a volunteer capacity for one-year terms, and meetings are held on an as-needed basis.

How To Apply:  Download the Application or pick one up in the City Manager’s Office located in City Hall at 321 East 5th Street.

For more information contact Kari Martinez-Bailey, City Clerk at 360-417-4634 or [email protected]

 

INSIDER INFO

“I have greatly enjoyed the opportunity to think critically about the balance between events, marketing, and infrastructure and support community ideas that are not only bringing in more tourists but also create a more ideal and livable city for residents.” Christine Loewe

Port Angeles Lodging Tax Advisory Committtee Member

SKILLS NEEDED

• Interest in tourism, marketing, and community events.

• Ability to balance the needs and requests of applicants with the funds available.

• Desire to do the most good for our city with the diligent allocation of funds.

• Two positions are open for members at large.

 CITY OF PORT ANGELES

The City of Port Angeles has long been the primary urban center of the North Olympic Peninsula with nearly 20,000 residents. Approximately 120 employees serve our city, community members give their time through 7 elected City Council positions and 7 boards or commissions.