Douglas County Cultural Council (DCCC) members are appointed by the Board of County Commissioners by District. Members serve the diverse citizenry of Douglas County by annually reviewing applications from Tier III organizations requesting Scientific & Cultural Facilities District (SCFD) funds. The DCCC receives grant applications from eligible arts, science, and cultural organizations and then makes funding recommendations to the Board of County Commissioners, which is then submitted to the SCFD Board of Directors for funding approval. The distribution of the Douglas County portion of the SCFD regionwide cultural sales tax provides for the advancement and preservation of visual arts, performing arts, cultural history, natural history, and natural sciences. For additional information, please contact Kim Smith at 303-660-7347 or email@example.com
The Cultural Council generally meets the second Tuesday of each month. Meeting dates and agendas are available by clicking here and selecting Cultural Council from the Meeting Group in the top left corner.
Pamela Dowd – District I
Ada Anderson – District I
Mary Ann Evans – District I
James Smith – District I
Jack Christensen – District II
Heidi Bowman – District II
Cheryl Mayers-Saffold – District III
Alexandra Harden – District III
Larry Perkins – District III
- Application for Appointment for Citizen Boards, Committees and Commissions – If you are interested in applying, please complete this online form. It will be submitted to staff for review.
- Douglas County Cultural Council Bylaws
Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD) Funds
The deadline to request SCFD funds for the 2019 program year was March 29, 2019. Organizations interested in applying, must be deemed eligible by SCFD in order to apply. Please visit SCFD’s website for information regarding the eligibility criteria, eligibility application, and all other grant materials.
View the SCFD boundaries in Douglas County.