Rain Check Rebate Program

Prince George’s County is committed to improving the quality of life for its communities by promoting green solutions to stormwater runoff. Stormwater runoff occurs when rain (or snowmelt) flows over the land picking up pollutants such as oil, grease, sediment and nutrient which make their way into local streams and rivers.  The Rain Check Rebate Program provides property owners the incentive to install eligible stormwater management practices on their properties and to help Prince George’s County meet its obligations under the Clean Water Act to reduce stormwater pollution in its rivers and streams.  Prince George’s County is proud to partner with the Chesapeake Bay Trust (CBT) to provide support with the administrative and operational functions of the Rain Check Rebate Program.  CBT staff assist with handling inquiries from property owners about the Program; review and process applications; and perform pre and post inspections of the property.  When you click on “Apply for a Rebate”, you will be directed to CBT’s website where you can review additional information about the Rain Check Rebate Program and submit your application.

The Rain Check Rebate Program allows property owners to receive rebates for installing ‘Rain Check’ eligible stormwater management practices.  Residential property owners (including housing cooperatives), commercial property owners, homeowner associations, condominium associations, civic associations, multi-family dwellings, nonprofit organizations, and not-for-profit organizations can recoup some of the costs of installing practices covered by the program.

Join others in your community who are installing ‘Rain Check’ eligible stormwater management practices that improve stormwater runoff quality and reduce stormwater runoff quantity as well as the health of our local waterways.

Contractor Training Completion List

The Prince George’s County Rain Check Rebate Contractor Training Completion List identifies those individuals and companies that have completed Prince George’s County’s Rain Check Rebate Contractor Training Course. The classes are not certification classes. They are designed to provide landscape professionals with practical, hands-on information on Prince George’s County’s Rain Check Rebate practices; guidance on practice selection, site assessment and site selection; construction techniques; rebate requirements; and the application process.

The column titled “Rain Check Rebate Practices Offered” lists those practices the company installs, as indicated by the company. View the most recent Contractor Training Completion list here.