The Olympic Peninsula Visitor Bureau (OPVB), in collaboration with MMGY NextFactor and its partners, is developing a five-year Tourism Master Plan. This plan will consider how the tourism economy could grow on the Olympic Peninsula, while also enhancing local residents’ quality of life.
Take the Olympic Peninsula Resident Sentiment Survey
It’s important that this plan balances the needs of local residents and businesses, as well as the visitors who engage with communities on the Olympic Peninsula. To achieve that balance, the OPVB encourages both residents and business owners to participate in a brief survey to provide their input on local tourism development. The survey closes September 30, 2023.
Take the Resident Sentiment Survey now through September 30, 2023: www.TinyURL.com/OPasks
Attend a Town Hall Meeting hosted by the Olympic Peninsula Visitor Bureau
Community members will also have the opportunity to engage with the OPVB by attending an upcoming Town Hall in September 2023.
Port Townsend, September 26
10:00 – 11:30 a.m., Fort Worden Commons
Sequim, September 26
5:30 – 7:00 p.m., Civic Center, City Council Chambers
Port Angeles, September 27
10:00 – 11:30 a.m., NOLS Library
Forks, September 27
5:00 – 6:30pm, City Council Chambers
About the Olympic Peninsula Visitor Bureau
The Olympic Peninsula Visitor Bureau (OPVB) is the destination marketing organization for Clallam County and the West End of the Olympic Peninsula. Working closely with other economic development and community organizations, OPVB is also the administrator for the Olympic Peninsula Tourism Commission (OPTC), a collaborative partnership of tourism marketing entities joined together for purposes of promoting the Olympic Peninsula as a visitor destination. It is primarily funded through lodging tax contributions of nine municipalities and associations, including the cities of Port Angeles, Port Townsend, and Sequim; Clallam, Grays Harbor, Jefferson and Mason counties; Clallam Bay and the Sekiu Chamber of Commerce, and the Forks Chamber of Commerce.
To learn more about the Olympic Peninsula Visitor Bureau, please visit: https://olympicpeninsula.org/