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.

To learn more about the Prince George’s County Stormwater Stewardship grant program, please join us for the applicant workshop via Zoom on September 28th at 6pm. Register for the zoom here.

If you have any questions, please direct them to Sadie Drescher, Director of Restoration Programs, 410-974-2941 x105 or

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

Application process and due date: Review the Request for Proposals (RFP) and submit your grant application by 11/18/21, through the online system at 

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 RFP, sustainability, and other selection criteria that are relevant to the proposal and that are published in the RFP.

Examples of past Prince George’s Stormwater Stewardship grant projects at

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