Advancing Public-Private Investments
Innovative public-private collaboration between Vulcan Inc. and SPU to reduce the amount of pollution flowing into Lake Union.
Environmentally innovative developer Mark Grey joined forces with Salmon-Safe to convene a multiple organization partnership to treat runoff through rain gardens.
GSI in Urban Villages can address a variety of system problems, including flooding, sewer backups, water quality, and creek protection.
If you are a private landowner, you can see your eligibility for RainWise rebates here.
Other available incentive programs, such as the Green Stormwater Infrastructure Mini Grants, can be found on the 12,000 Rain Gardens website. A full list of incentive programs in the region can be found on their incentives page here. For additional information, view their resource page here.
Voluntary projects on private or public land are developed and funded by entities other than Seattle Public Utilities or King County Wastewater Treatment Division. Funding sources include private foundations, private developers, state or federal grants, and local agency funding via the Municipal or County budget. Examples include voluntary projects funded and built by the Seattle Department of Transportation, Metropolitan Parks District, private developers, or community organizations.