RAPZ and Restaurant Tax Program

 

PROGRAM HISTORY AND QUALIFICATIONS FOR FUNDING

In November 2002, Cache County voters approved a 1/10th of 1% sales tax, known as the RAPZ Tax.  These funds can be used to support capital projects and operating expenses for publicly owned or operated recreation, parks, and zoos.  They can also be used to fund operating expenses of private nonprofit cultural arts and botanical organizations.

 

Since 1992, the Cache County Council has approved a 1% sales tax on prepared food items, known as the Restaurant Tax. These funds can be used for either capital projects or maintenance expenses by publicly owned or operated facilities for the purpose of tourism promotion, recreation, cultural arts, convention centers, and airports.  Private nonprofit organizations are eligible to receive Restaurant Tax funds only for tourism promotion.

 

FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REQUIREMENT

Applications must be filled out completely including a concise overall budget of the organization, and the financial details for the specific funding request.  Entities other than municipalities requesting more than $25,000 must include a copy of their most recent tax form 990, form 990-EZ, or form 990-N, including all schedules as applicable.  Entities other than municipalities requesting more than $50,000 must also include a copy of their most recent audited financial statements.

 

SUBMITTING THE APPLICATION

All information should be limited to the pages provided on the application except where additional information is requested.  Questions or concerns regarding the application process should be directed to Denise Lindsay at 435-755-1709 or by email to Denise.Lindsay@CacheCounty.org.  The deadline for submitting the application is March 2, 2018, before 5:00 PM.

 


 

Submit One Copy of the Application with All Applicable Attachments To:


Cache County Finance Department

Attn: Denise Lindsay

179 North Main Street, Suite 202

Logan, UT 84321

 

 

View the RAPZ Tax Application