The Asotin County Public Facilities District was formed on July 15th, 2013 for the purpose of asking the voters of Asotin County to approve a 2/10 of 1 percent sales tax to be dedicated to the continued maintenance and operations of the Asotin County Family Aquatic Center. This ballot measure passed with over 66% voter approval. Asotin County will transfer ownership and operation of the Aquatic Center, including all materials equipment, and employees, to the PFD, however the County will retain the associated debt from 2 bonds issued to finance the construction of the center. The Asotin County Family Aquatic Center was opened in July 2004 and has suffered significant budget shortfalls since it began operating. In 2007 the County Commissioners passed a 3/10 of 1 percent Local Option Sales Tax to fund the Aquatic Center, which the City of Clarkston opted in to. From 2008 to 2011 Clarkston provided funds from their share to assist with maintenance and operations of the Aquatic Center, however in 2012 the City elected to apply those funds elsewhere leaving the Aquatic Center operating at a loss. The County continues to dedicate it’s share of the 3/10 of 1 percent local option sales tax towards the center, however this has proven to be insufficient for continued operations. The Asotin County Family Aquatic Center is an indoor/outdoor aquatics center with lap swimming, water exercise, a wave pool, lazy river and three water slides, additionally the facility has a fitness center, and medium sized meeting rooms. The center serves the population of the Lewis-Clark Valley including Clarkston, Asotin, and Anatone Washington, as well as Lewiston and Lapwai Idaho. Read More...
1603 Dustan Loop
Clarkston, WA 99403
509.758.0110 ext. 102
The Clark County Public Facilities District (PFD) was formed on July 30, 2002. The purpose of the PFD is to fund two projects of regional significance, the Master Plan for the Clark County Fairgrounds (which to date has funded the new Events Center) and the downtown Vancouver Convention Center. As with other PFDs in Washington, the Clark County PFD retains 0.033 percent of the state sales tax that is generated by retail sales within the county to help pay for these two local projects. Because this is a “credit” that is retained by the PFD from the state’s portion of the sales tax, the total sales tax amount paid by consumers is not increased. The retained credit generates approximately $750,000 annually. Of that amount, 97% is dedicated to the Vancouver Convention Center by interlocal agreement. Read More...
P.O. Box 5000
Vancouver, WA 98666
1900 7th Avenue
Longview, WA 98632
Edmonds Center for the Arts (ECA) opened its doors to the public in 2006. ECA, a non-profit organization hired by the City of Edmonds Public Facilities District, manages the facility. ECA presents an array of outstanding performing artists from around the world, provides space, production management, and technical expertise for a variety of community partners and rental clients, and serves more than 65,000 patrons who enjoy the facility annually. Read More...
410 Fourth Avenue North
Edmonds, WA 98020
Everett Public Facilities District was formed in 2002 to construct and operate the Everett Regional Special Events Center, now known as XFINITY Arena at Everett. Complex includes a 10000 seat multi purpose venue which is home to Everett Silvertips WHL Hockey, XFINITY Community Ice Rink recreational ice surface and the Edward D Hansen Conference Center with 11000 sq ft ballroom and ancillary meeting spaces. The EPFD has contracted with Spectra Venue Management to operate the facilities. Read More...
2000 Hewitt Ave, Suite 200
Everett, WA 98201
PO Box 909
Ocean Shores, WA 98569
The Kennewick Public Facilities District was created on December 8, 2000 with the specific responsibility "to manage, coordinate, finance, and otherwise facilitate design and construction and provide operation of the Convention Center." The Kennewick Public Facilities District Board of Directors was appointed on March 6, 2001 with the clear objective to develop the best possible convention center for the community with the funds that were available. The Kennewick Public Facilities District owns and operates the Three Rivers Convention Center and through an interlocal agreement with the City of Kennewick, the Kennewick Public Facilities District is responsible for the marketing and operation of the Toyota Center and Toyota Arena. The Kennewick Public Facilities District has hired VenuWorks of Kennewick to manage the facilities.
7016 West Grandridge Blvd.
Kennewick, WA 99336
The Kitsap Public Facilities District (KPFD) is an independent municipal corporation managing Washington state sales tax rebate funds allocated to Kitsap County.
Projects selected to receive funds from the KPFD have included the very successful Kitsap Conference Center at Bremerton Harborside, the rehabilitation of the Kitsap Sun Fairgrounds & Events Center and the North Kitsap Regional Events Center. Read More...
9481 Silverdale Way NW
Silverdale, WA 98383
The Lewis County PFD was formed in 2007 as authorized by the State of Washington. The mandate is to build a regional facility. In January 2010 after exploring multiple proposals and options the board voted to moved forward with the Event Center & Sports Complex. The project is a partnership with the City of Centralia and the Centralia School District. The project is completed except for the Event Center Building. The Multi-Sports focused building is estimated to be completed by the end of 2013. When completed the Event Center Building will be leased to a private entity for management and operation. The Sports Complex details may be found on the district's website. Read More...
PO Box 509
Chehalis, WA 98532
The Lynnwood Convention Center is a 34,000 state of the art meeting facility located just north of Seattle. Read More...
3815 196th St. SW
Lynnwood, WA 98036
The Public Facilities District Board oversees operation of the Pasco Public Facilities District. Though the District presently owns no facility, it may in the future acquire, construct, operate and maintain any qualified regional public facilities. The Board consists of five members. Terms are four years and meetings are held at least quarterly. Read More...
525 N. 3rd Street
P.O. Box 293
Pasco, WA 99301
Hanford Reach Interpretive Center a project of the Richland Public Facilities District Read More...
PO Box 1160
Richland, WA 99352
The Snohomish County Public Facilities District was established in July, 2001, for the purpose of accessing State "rebated" sales tax revenues, and using these dollars to help construct regional centers throughout the County. Read More...
c/o Snohomish County Finance Department
3000 Rockefeller Avenue
Everett, WA 98201
The Spokane Public Facilities District was formed to replace the Spokane Coliseum in 1989. The Spokane PFD was the first PFD in the State and was authorized by the Washington State Legislature by virtue of RCW 36.100. The Legislature appropriated $500,000 to the District to commence operations.
The District is a municipal corporation. It is an independent taxing authority and a taxing district as defined in the state Constitution. The boundaries are coextensive with the boundaries of Spokane County. Read More...
720 West Mallon Avenue
Spokane, WA 99201
The Greater Tacoma Regional Convention Center PFD was formed in 1999 by the cities of Fife, Lakewood, University Place and Tacoma, with Pierce County joining in 2003. The PFD assisted in financing the construction of the Greater Tacoma Convention Center, and supports its ongoing operation. Authority to operate the GTCC has been given to the City of Tacoma through interlocal agreement with the PFD. Read More...
Tacoma, WA 98402
It is the mission of the Tri-Cities Regional Public Facilities District to improve the quality of life within the Tri-Cities region through the planning and execution of regional centers approved by the District voters Read More...
P.O Box 217
Richland, WA 99352
In 1982, with support of the Washington State legislature, a nonprofit corporation was established to design, construct, promote and operate the Washington State Convention Center (WSCC). Since its first event on June 18, 1988 the WSCC has operated to provide economic and civic benefits for the people of Washington State.
In 2010, the state Legislature enacted Substitute Senate Bill 6889, which authorized King County to create a public facilities district to acquire, own and operate a trade and convention center transferred from a public nonprofit corporation. On July 30, 2010 the Washington State Convention Center Public Facilities District became officially formed by King County Ordinance 16883 following the approval of the King County Council.
800 Convention Place
Seattle, WA 98101
An Interlocal agreement was formed between the cities of Yakima, Selah and Union Gap in 2001. The purpose of the Districts formation was to expand the Yakima Convention Center. The expansion took place in 2002/2003. An additional tax rebate was awarded to the Yakima Public Facility District in 2008 to fund the 4th Street Theatre addition to the Capitol Theatre Read More...
10 N. 8th Street
Yakima, WA WA