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Write or visit us at:

York County Visitors Bureau
601 N. Lincoln Ave.
York, NE 68467

Or, contact us by telephone at:
1-888-SEE-YORK (1-888-733-9675) or 402-362-4575

York County Visitors Bureau – Visitor Promotion Fund

The York County Visitors Bureau serves as an advisory committee to the York County Board of Commissioners. The Bureau has as their general purpose, the promotion of York County as a site for conventions, events, meetings and other activities which generate visitor spending.

YCVB marketing grants can be used ONLY for advertising (radio, TV, web, newspaper, magazine, billboards), production of a promotional brochure or poster, postage to mail fliers or advertising, or attendance to a conference or convention that will market the county’s tourism facilities. To qualify for this grant, 50% of the grant amount MUST be spent in advertising outside a 40 mile radius of the event. Lodging tax funds cannot be used for community development or improvement, or capital construction.

Download complete grant details including application form (PDF)

York County Visitors Bureau – Improvement Fund

Download the VIF Grant Application Guidelines (PDF)
Download the Grant Application Form (PDF)
Download the Grant Application Form (Word Doc)
Download the VIF Grant Application Guidelines (Word Doc)


York is an area steeped in history, and is the proud home to a million-dollar marble collection, a nationally acclaimed restaurant, live theater, and home to one of the four founding members of the Motion Picture Academy of Arts and Sciences and the Academy Awards. Please come often, and let us entertain you!

The York County Visitors Bureau offers a wide range of literature regarding attractions, events, dining, lodging, recreation and shopping. We provide information and assistance upon request for anyone interested in learning more about York County and the State of Nebraska. We are more than happy to share our experience with you!


York is located at the Crossroads of the Midwest. For detailed driving directions, please visit Google Maps.