King County is making it easier for people to launch projects to control pollution, improve water quality and build healthy communities.
Our WaterWorks Grant Program will make $850,000 available in 2016, with a maximum grant of $250,000.
Applications are due by 5 p.m. on Wednesday, May 25.
Nonprofits, schools, local governments and tribes are eligible to apply for the grants. To promote partnerships and community engagement, groups are encouraged to work together on projects.
We will host an informal workshop in Tukwila on May 4 to assist applicants seeking funding for a project or program:
WaterWorks Grant Application Workshop
Wednesday, May 4, 4-7 p.m.
Tukwila Community Center, Room A
12424 42nd Avenue S.
To be considered, projects should create a benefit for King County sewer utility ratepayers or support water quality improvements within our service area.
Proposals should also demonstrate that the benefits are connected to our utility’s regional water quality responsibilities.
For information about WaterWorks Grants, including how to apply and examples of eligible projects, please visit www.kingcounty.gov/waterworks-grants.