2016 WPRP Grant Projects
Below is a list of organizations there were awarded funding for water quality improvement projects from the Chesapeake Bay Trust as part of Anne Arundel County's Watershed Restoration Grant Program in 2016.
|Organization||Project Name||Project Description||Funding Amount||Match Amount||Est. Impervious Acres Treated|
|South River Federation||St. Anne's School of Annapolis Rain Garden||Provide treatment of stormwater runoff from the school's roof by infiltrating the runoff instead of transporting it directly into a swale in the Chesapeake Bay Critical Area in Annapolis.||$15,000||$80,255||0.19|
|Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay, Inc.||RiverWise Congregations - Empowering Believers Rain Gardens||Construction of three rain gardens to capture and treat stormwater flowing onto the church's property from neighboring roads and parking lots in Glen Burnie.||$43,080||$42,595||0.96|
|South River Federation||Health Department Stream Restoration||The Broad Creek Department of Health restoration project will restore stability and functions to a 1,000 foot ephemeral stormwater driven gully in Annapolis.||$100,000||$566,751||11.3|
|Chesapeake Rivers Association||Conventry Court Dry Channel RSC||Stabilize the currently eroding channel while capturing and treating runoff from an existing stormwater outfall by installing a step pool storm conveyance system upstream of an existing stream valley restoration project in Annapolis.||$102,390||$0||3.73|
|South River Federation||TriState Marine Stormwater Retrofit||Install a stormwater wetland in order to capture and treat stormwater runoff flowing from the surrounding parking areas, buildings, and neighboring roads and residences in Deale.||$164,010||$201,000||14.45|
|South River Federation||Killarney House & Neighbors Beard Creek Community BMP's||Address polluted stormwater runoff traveling across five commercial and residential properties, forested wetlands, bioretention swales, and a reforestation buffer will be installed as part of the project in Edgewater.||$198,950||$236,800||8.00|
|Chesapeake Rivers Association||Winchester on the Severn Dry Channel RSC||Stabilize a severely eroding gully and treat incoming stormwater runoff by installing a step pool storm conveyance system on community and private property in Annapolis.||$299,953||$3,500||2.82|
For more information please contact Katie Hart, Grant Manager, at 410-222-0136 or email.