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GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE
GRANTS DOCUMENTS
Project partners must download and complete the following forms.


Reimbursement policy
How to obtain reimbursement

Reimbursement form 1
For project details and signatures

Reimbursement form 2
Expense tracking table



WATERSHED ORGANIZATION
SERVICE AGREEMENTS

Project partners must download and complete the following forms.



WOSA Policy
Official Watershed Organization Service Agreement policy

Time Tracking
For project time tracking

Activity Report
For activity descriptions

Expense Report
For reporting agreement expenditures

Reimbursement Request
For expenses associated with the agreement

Request for Budget Modification



STORYMAPPING: SEE THE PROJECTS


  Funding opportunities
Working together from a watershed perspective.

The District understands the valuable role that our partners play in helping to address flooding, erosion, and water quality concerns through innovative stormwater management practices, and stream and wetland restoration. This work compliments the District's commitment to clean water and water-quality protection throughout the District's service area and tributary watersheds.

Green Infrastructure Grant Program for the Combined Sewer Area

The District recognizes the importance of green infrastructure such as rain gardens, bioretention, pervious pavement, and other site-based stormwater management practices in the combined sewer area. The Green Infrastructure Grants Program for the Combined Sewer Area is open to communities and non-profit organizations in the combined sewer area interested in implementing green infrastructure projects that remove stormwater from the combined sewer system. Private, for-profit entities may also put forward projects in partnership with communities or non-profits. Applicants must demonstrate the ability to ensure the long-term ownership and maintenance of these practices.

If you would like more information on these projects or the grants program, contact Linda M. Mayer at (440) 253-2147.

Watershed Organization Service Agreements

The District desires to enter into service agreements with watershed organizations that demonstrate the ability to provide public education relevant to the District, and to perform projects implementing pollution-prevention techniques and best practices to control runoff and minimize the introduction of stormwater to sanitary or combined sewers. Examples of services that watershed organizations may provide include those listed below:
  • Services related to community engagement and education on the region's water quality issues and best practices to address these problems.

  • Restoration of streams, wetlands, and other degraded landscapes to address flooding, erosion and water quality problems.

  • Educational programming on the economic incentives associated with watershed management, conservation, pollution prevention, and other practices.

  • Services to support the Sewer District's activities under Titles III and IV of the Code of Regulations to promote the use of pollution-prevention techniques and best practices to control runoff, minimize illicit discharges, and minimize stormwater in sanitary and combined sewers through the implementation of on-site stormwater management practices.

    If you would like more information regarding this program, contact Linda M. Mayer at (440) 253-2147.


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