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Managing Stormwater at Home
Rain falling on our roofs, driveways, or compacted soil rushes off quickly to the nearest drain or stream. In big storms, this excess “storm water” can cause sewer backups, or pollute and erode our streams. We can all help reduce runoff and pollution with simple RainWise practices.
Why be RainWise?

  • Reduce flooding
  • Protect property
  • Restore our waters, for people and wildlife

Learn about the RainWise Rebate

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Follow the links below for technical resources and partnerships on installing green stormwater infrastructure

The Green Infrastructure Partnership is a coalition of non-profit, government, businesses and community-based organizations and individuals who encourage voluntary adoption of green stormwater infrastructure in efforts to reduce stormwater runoff pollution in Puget Sound. Contact Susan Harper at 206-386-9139 or email [email protected].

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Follow these links to learn about partnerships, funding, and incentives to install GSI in your home or neighborhood

Follow these links to learn about partnerships, funding, and incentives to install GSI in your community

  • Right Place, Right ProjectExplains GSI partnership opportunities
  • Green Infrastructure Partnership: Gathers non-profit, government, businesses, and community-based organizations and individuals encouraging voluntary adoption of green stormwater infrastructure in efforts to reduce stormwater runoff pollution in Puget Sound. Contact Susan Harper at 206-386-9139 or email [email protected].
  • Seattle Neighborhood Park and Street Fund: Provides community members with up to $90,000 that can be used for park or street improvements in your neighborhood.
  • King Conservation District: Awards grants for projects that improve the condition of natural resources

Follow these links to learn about partnerships, funding, and incentives to install GSI

The Green Infrastructure Partnership is a coalition of non-profit, government, businesses and community-based organizations and individuals who encourage voluntary adoption of green stormwater infrastructure in efforts to reduce stormwater runoff pollution in Puget Sound. Contact Susan Harper at 206-386-9139 or email [email protected].

 

Learn more about the benefits of having GSI

Learn more about the benefits of having GSI