Rebates for Rain Gardens and Cisterns
Want to prevent flooding, add attractive landscaping, and provide water for summer irrigation? Through the RainWise rebate program, you can work with an approved contractor to install cisterns and/or rain gardens on private property in eligible areas of Seattle. Newer homes with existing stormwater features or large redevelopment projects might not be eligible.
RainWise is featured on the US Climate Resilience Map provided by the Adrienne Arsht-Rockefeller Foundation Resilience Center.
Check to see whether your property is eligible for a RainWise rebate for a cistern, a rain garden or both.
RainWise-trained contractors are ready to work in your neighborhood. Finding a RainWise contractor you want to hire is how to make your RainWise project happen.
Learn about the program and meet neighbors, contractors and other experts. All RainWise events are currently being held virtually.
Merica loves her RainWise rain garden design because it follows the original flow of the landscape.
George and Elizabeth installed six rain gardens and two cisterns with 3,686 square feet of roof runoff captured.
Maria loves her RainWise rain garden and the variety of plants it provides.
Paul captures water from the house and garage roofs to flow into a RainWise rain garden.