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Co-Sponsorship Grant Program

What are Co-Sponsorship Grants?

The Co-Sponsorship grant enables public or private organizations to use city facilities (i.e. Rosehill Community Center or a city park) at no charge to host their community event.  There is no monetary award with this grant.Rosehill Community Center balcony at dusk

The City of Mukilteo’s Co-Sponsorship Grant program was established in 2011 for the purpose of:

  • Promoting, supporting and expanding existing and new Mukilteo special events, festivals and activities
  • Providing co-sponsorship opportunities to promote, publicize and support and/or expand economic development activities in Mukilteo
  • Providing co-sponsorship for activities that promote the general health or well-being of the community

Some examples of previous projects are:

  • An activity that is open to the public and offers enhanced opportunities in areas such as culture and arts, recreation, youth or adult activities, and community safety
  • A project that promotes job growth; or promotes business attraction, retention, and relocation to Mukilteo
  • A program that promotes the community in areas such as culture and arts, recreation, education, youth development, safety, etc.

Applicant Eligibility:

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  • The program is open to any public or private organization who can demonstrate the ability to accomplish the proposed project and do so by December 31 of that year.
  • Qualifying organizations can include non-profit volunteer groups, neighborhood groups, educational organizations, public agencies and chamber of commerce.

The city co-sponsors a variety of events each year. Events may include the Mukilteo Farmers Market, Mukilteo Lighthouse Festival, Packs for Kids, and the Garden and Quilt Tour.


Application and Selection Process

  • After the deadline, all applications are reviewed for eligibility and reviewed by a City Council subcommittee.
  • Their recommendations are sent to the full City Council for approval, tentatively set for June 3.
  • Applicants are notified of their grant selection and provided tentative dates for their events.