Apply for RainScapes Rewards Rebates

Thank you for taking the time to apply for a RainScapes Rewards rebates. What you are doing right now will make a huge difference both to health of your property and the overall health of our watershed.

Thank you for your interest in the RainScapes Rewards program. Our program has received a record number of rebate applications and we need to take a pause while we process the applications we have already received. We will not be accepting new applications effective October 12, 2020 until February 14, 2021. Please check back after Feb. 14 if you wish to submit an application.

During this pause, we will be actively processing existing applications and will be reviewing our program offerings in light of current fiscal and staff resources. Any changes to the program requirements or offerings will be announced prior to accepting new applications. Information on requirements and rebates will be posted on our website and shared through our RainScapes Gazettes and other media outlets.

We appreciate your patience as we strive to continue to provide the highest level of service to County residents who want to help manage stormwater on their property and help the overall environment at the same time.

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* Be sure to record your application submission date and number when you finish.

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Follow these steps to make sure you have a successful application:
Step 1: Are you in the right place? Have you visited our home page and looked at our project manuals at www.rainscapes.org to learn about the RainScapes project types?
Step 2: What you should know before you start:
  • The application will take approximately 15-20 minutes. Applications should be completed.
  • Once you submit your application, someone will typically get back to you within 2 weeks.
  • This is what you will need:
 
With the exception of rain barrels RainScapes projects must be pre-approved prior to installation.
The money for rebates is allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.