RainWise is a rebate program that helps eligible property owners manage rainwater by installing rain gardens and/or cisterns on private property.
King County Wastewater Treatment Division and Seattle Public Utilities build and maintain large-scale projects in public areas that manage rainwater on streets, sidewalks and landscapes.
King County and Seattle Public Utilities offer several grant and incentive programs for community partners to bring green solutions to parks, schools, community centers, and private spaces.
This project captures and infiltrates 70% of the runoff from 80 acres of roadway and impervious surfaces that originally flowed untreated into Venema Creek.
Young’s Restaurant is the first restaurant in Seattle to install green stormwater infrastructure on their property – namely, three cisterns that control an average of 11,145 gallons of stormwater a year.
Environmentally innovative developer Mark Grey joined forces with Salmon-Safe to convene a multiple organization partnership to treat runoff through rain gardens.
Rebates are available through the RainWise program for property owners in select areas with combined storm and sewer pipes.
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