The Prince George’s County Government and the Chesapeake Bay Trust announce the eighth year of our partnership to support projects throughout Prince George’s County that aid neighborhoods while treating and controlling stormwater. The goal of this program is to improve neighborhoods, improve water quality in the County’s waterways, and engage County residents in stormwater issues.
Are you interested in learning more about the program?
Join us for an applicant workshop on September 28 at 6pm on Zoom! The meeting will feature a presentation regarding the program (example projects, resources, and an overview of the RFP and application process) as well as a facilitated question and answer session.
Register for the event here!
What this funds: The Prince George’s County Stormwater Stewardship Grant Program funds on-the-ground restoration activities that improve neighborhoods, improve water quality, and engage Prince George’s County residents in the restoration and protection of the local rivers and streams of Prince George’s County.
Who can apply: Non-profit organizations, municipalities, watershed organizations, education institutions, community associations, faith-based organizations, civic groups, and more.
How much is generally awarded for each project type: Water quality projects (track 1) are typically $50,000 to $150,000, tree planting projects (track 2) are typically $50,000 to $100,000, and citizen awareness and engagement projects (track 3) are typically $5,000 to $30,000
Available funding: $600,000 for Track 1 (Water Quality) and Track 3 (Citizen Awareness and Engagement) projects and $150,000 for Track 2 (Tree Planting) projects is anticipated.
Project location: Prince George’s County, Maryland, excluding the City of Bowie. All projects are done in Prince George’s County and support citizens in Prince George’s County.
Is match required? Match is encouraged but not required.
Webinar for potential applicants to learn more about the grant program, ask questions, and discuss project ideas: [to be announced on webpage when known, including link to registration]
Grant Application Process: Grant applications are submitted through our online system. Click on the “Get Started” button to start a new application.
Proposals that meet or exceed the “Jobs First Act” CB-17-2011 are preferred.
Grant applicants are encouraged to coordinate with the County’s Supplier Development and Diversity Division and refer to their Commitment to Business policy for County-based certified small business use in connection with the implementation of proposed grant projects. County-based business and County-based small business certification under CB-74-2016 (DR2) undergo extensive certification review through their existing minority business enterprise certification procedures, which establish capabilities and their principal places of operation in the County.
The DoE Clean Water Map provides past project locations and other mapping information that can support your project development/management.
Review Process: All applications go through a Technical Review Committee. The technical team reviews the proposals based on cost benefit, experience, suitability for implementation, consistency with the Request for Proposals (RFP), sustainability, and other selection criteria that are relevant to the proposal and that are published in the RFP.
Start a New Application
Get started with a new application.
Manage an Existing Grant
Manage an existing grant or continue an application
“The Family Tree Adoption Program planted trees and engaged citizens in Riverdale, Bladensburg, Landover, Glendale, Hyattsville, and Mount Rainier. The Prince George’s Stormwater Stewardship grant program funding allowed us to extend our nonprofit’s reach and to learn more about tree planting and the maintenance needed to keep trees healthy. We will build on this work and continue to engage citizens with a recent award to Global Health Education Projects, Inc.”Romuladus E. AzuineExecutive Director, Global Health and Education Projects, Inc.