Deadline: January 25, 2019 by 6:00pm
These grants provide start-up funding for community-oriented projects that improve the District’s waterways. Ideal projects should raise awareness and lead to behavior change around the impacts of stormwater runoff on the District’s water bodies. This year, there are two special focus areas for these grants:
- projects that support restoration of and access to Kingman and Heritage Islands, including engagement with surrounding communities
- restoration projects in DOEE’s Targeted Subwatersheds.
There is $200,000 available. DOEE anticipates awarding multiple grants of up to $20,000 each. Applications must be submitted online by 6:00pm on January 25, 2019. The Request for Funding Availability (RFA) contains a link to the online application.
DOEE will host five pre-application informational meetings to give you the opportunity to learn about the grant before submitting a proposal.
Monday, December 10th at 7:00 PM: Woodridge Library – 1801 Hamlin St. NE, Meeting Room #2
Thursday, December 12th at 1 PM: DOEE Headquarters—1200 First Street NE, Room 509 (NOMA/Gallaudet Metro)
Monday, January 7th at 7:00 PM: Anacostia Library – 1800 Good Hope Road SE, Ora Glover Community Room
Tuesday, January 8th at 7:00 PM: Francis Gregory Library – 3660 Alabama Ave. SE, Conference Room #2
Wednesday, January 9th at 1:00 PM: DOEE Headquarters—1200 First Street NE, Room 509 (NOMA/Gallaudet Metro)
To learn more about previously funded projects, visit http://doee.dc.gov/service/community-stormwater-solutions-grants
For further information on the public meetings and to download the RFA, visit https://doee.dc.gov/release/notice-funding-availability-%E2%80%93-community-stormwater-solutions-grants
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