- Private events not open to the public.
- Events held outside of Sat Lake City limits.
- Events that receive funding from the City’s General Fund budgeting process or a non-competitive process.
- Events, organizations and event applicants that have a history of sustained complaints from previous years from residents, event vendors and City staff.
There may be. Applicants are encouraged to complete a City Special Event Permit application form (slcgov.com/events-permitting). This will help determine any costs for City services. Applicants who apply each year for the same event with the same scope can include fee information from the previous year.
In the event a recipient chooses to decline ACE Funds that have already been allocated or decides to cancel the funded event, all funds must be returned immediately. The funds will be redistributed at the discretion of the ACE Fund Committee.
Yes. Organizations hosting multiple events must apply for each individual event.
No. Funds will only be granted to events that are already scheduled. All applicants should have a set date, time and location for their event.
No. Each ACE Fund application is carefully considered each year, and prior recipients are not given preferences in the evaluation process.
No. First-year events will only be considered for Tier 3 ACE funding.