The Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW) is entering into Fee for Service agreements for 2021 with five local not-for-profit organizations that provide services which support and supplement existing municipal services.
The total amount of funding made available through the agreements is up to $1,070,071.
“The Fee for Service Program moves the resort community towards the goals articulated in our Official Community Plan, while providing services required by the municipality,” said Whistler Mayor Jack Crompton.
The 2021 Fee for Service agreements are for funding up to the following amounts:
- Arts Whistler – $500,000
- Whistler Animals Galore – $100,071
- Whistler Chamber of Commerce – $120,000
- Whistler Museum and Archives Society – $150,000
- Whistler Off-road Cycling Association – $200,000
The previous Fee for Service agreements with the same organizations concluded on December 31, 2020.
As part of the process to establish the new agreements, during March and April this year, RMOW staff requested, received, and reviewed applications for 2021 Fee for Service from each of the five organizations.
The Fee for Service recommended amounts were then approved by Whistler Council at the Regular Public Meeting on Tuesday, May 18, 2021.