Green roof at Rhode Island Row – 2300 Washington Place, NE WDC.
Green roofs play an essential role in protecting, preserving and restoring our watershed. Covered with soil media and plants, green roofs provide tremendous benefits for our communities, neighborhoods and individual property owners. Every municipality in the watershed is encouraging green roofs and AWS is here to help you learn more and get them installed.
Green Roof at 130 M St. NE
Click here (PDF) to learn about our 2009-2011 green roof projects with the World Wildlife Fund, American Chemical Society, Capitol Plaza One and American University.
Click here (PDF) to see a variety of roofs funded in 2011-2012. Projects include Sibley Memorial Hospital and a variety of residential and commercial green roofs throughout the District.
Click here (PDF) to see information on five of the most recent green roofs we’ve helped fund in 2012-2013. Projects include Rhode Island Row, Catholic University’s Aquinas Hall, a residential green roof, the French Embassy and Canal Park.
The 2013-14 Green Roof Rebate Program ran until August 8th, 2014. A new program is expected to begin soon thereafter. People interested in applying for future programs should expect to follow a process similar to the one outlined below. Please contact Stephen Reiling, with the District Department of the Environment (DDOE) for additional information at (202) 442-7700 and/or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additional information about the District Department of the Environment’s (DDOE’s) Green Roof Rebate Program is available at DDOE’s Green Roof Website.
Green Roof on Residential Garage in SE DC
The District of Columbia’s 2013-2014 Green Roof Program is administered by the Anacostia Watershed Society for DDOE with funds from the Anacostia River Cleanup and Protection Act of 2009 (“DC Bag Law”) and the Stormwater Enterprise Fund.
Property owners in Montgomery County can receive technical assistance and funding for Green Roofs and other Landscape Improvements through the Rainscapes Program. AWS is also available to help. Learn More
Prince George's County Council unanimously passed bill (CB-45-13) that established a Clean Water Act Fee in 2013 to fund projects that reduce polluted water run-off. â€¨Stormwater is one of the county's biggest challenges as it causes flooding, property damage and polluted streams. For more information about support for Green Roofs and other LID practices through their RainCheck Program, click here.
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