Public–private partnerships (P3s) are defined as collaborative relationships between the public sector and for-profit or nonprofit organizations. These relationships allow the public sector to provide enhanced services, further advance economic development, or supplement revenue (Becker & Patterson, 2005). The use of these partnerships began over 200 years ago as a means for urban development, to develop facilities, and in social service program delivery (Amram & Crawford, 2011). In sport, these partnerships serve to facilitate public facility ownership and sport team facility usage through lease agreements (Busler, 2014). This case study provides an in-depth description of P3 usage by a rural community as part of the design and construction of the community’s downtown event pavilion project.