- What We Do
- Water Quality
- Green Stormwater
Whether you live urban or rural, we are a resource for you. District staff are available to meet with landowners to discuss options for improving and enhancing their property through water quality projects.
The District offers both technical assistance and some cost sharing options for property owners all across Pierce County. If you are a landowner interested in water quality improvement action on your property, contact us with any questions or to find out what services and programs may help you meet your goals.
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Rain gardens are bowl-shaped gardens that collect polluted runoff from buildings, roads, parking lots, and lawns. The plants in the rain garden absorb and clean this runoff, keeping pollution out of Puget Sound and beautifying our neighborhoods.
Depave Puget Sound
Excess pavement is not only an eyesore, it is also the single largest contributor of pollution to our waters in our region. By removing unnecessary pavement and creating green space we can beautify our communities and keep our water clean.
Low-cost rain barrels available to residents of unincorporated Pierce County only for just $25.
Urban Tree Planting
Planting trees in highly developed urban communities helps reduce stormwater runoff and provides other benefits, like cleaning the air and keeping neighborhoods cool.
Habitat At Home
Grass lawns are a big source of polluted runoff and require a lot of maintenance. Instead of growing grass, transform your lawn into habitat for birds, bees, and other wildlife. By creating habitat at home, you're reducing pollution, beautifying your neighborhood, and helping protect wildlife.
Green Stormwater Mini-Grants
Are you ready to bring home some green? Learn how you can get expert and financial support on projects that reduce polluted stormwater runoff. Green Stormwater Mini-Grants are available now for projects in the most urban parts of our watershed.
Green Stormwater projects must be located in one of three watersheds to quality for technical and/or financial assistance from PCD. Exceptions are granted on a case-by-case basis.
To get started on your Green Stormwater project, fill out this form to request a site visit with PCD staff.