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incentive programs

Green Roof Rebate Program– Washington, DC

Anacostia Watershed Society (AWS) is currently accepting applications for the District’s new green roof rebate program which provides base funding of $7 for every square foot of planted area.  Rebates are available for new green roofs on existing buildings of any size and new construction projects that add a green roof to go above and beyond their requirements for a stormwater management permit.

Application & Rebate Process– Download this for more detailed information about the new program.

Registration Form– Download and complete this form to begin the application process. AWS send you an application once you send this in.

  • dc greenworks can assist you in the Registration and Application process.  Contact us! 

Riversmart Rain Barrel Installation Program– Washington, DC

RiverSmart Homes is a District Department of Environment (DDOE) Program.  District homeowners can sign up to receive up to two (2) rain barrels with installation for a co-payment of $45.00 each.

RIverSmart Rain Barrel Rebate Program– Washington, DC

Skip the Wait. Install yourself.  Receive a Rebate.  The Rain Barrel Rebate Program allows the homeowner to install a rain barrel from the approved list of barrels.  Ten (10) rain barrels are eligible for the rebate.

RiverSmart Homes Rebate Program– Washington, DC

The RiverSmart Homes program offers incentives to homeowners interested in reducing stormwater pollution from their properties. This program includes Shade Tree PlantingBayScapingRain GardensPervious PaversRain BarrelsGreen Roofs in the District:  RiverSmart Rooftops, and RiverSmart Communities.

Rainscapes Rewards Rebate Program- Montgomery County, MD

The RainScapes Rewards Rebate Program offers financial incentives in the form of rebates to property owners who install RainScapes techniques. The RainScapes Program is funded by the County’s Water Quality Protection Charge.