Foundation / Corporation
James City County
Grants to Virginia neighborhoods and homeowners associations to maintain local water drainage systems and privately-owned stormwater management facilities in eligible locations. Funding is intended to support the general welfare and safety of residents in James City County.
Neighborhood Drainage Systems:
Neighborhood drainage systems include structures such as inlets, pipes, vegetated or paved swales, and outfall structures, located outside of the VDOT roadway, which move runoff originating on or off-site safely through residential areas in order to protect citizens and property. Roof and footing drains and privately installed on-lot drainage structures are not considered part of a neighborhood drainage system.
Stormwater Management Facilities (BMP):
Stormwater management facilities, also known as best management practices or BMPs, include structures that reduce the quantity of storm runoff and improve the water quality of the runoff. BMP components include, but are not limited to, inlets, pipes, vegetated or paved swales, ponds, bioretention features, embankments, outfalls, and energy dissipation structures.
GrantWatch ID#: 166322
- Inventory & Inspection: Up to $6,000 per award
- Maintenance & Repairs: Minimum of $2,500 up to a maximum of $50,000 per award
- BMP Maintenance & Repair: Minimum of $2,500 up to maximum of $7,500 per award
All work must be completed within the timeframe stipulated in the grant agreement, usually 12 – 18 months.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
For assistance with this application or to request a copy of the latest BMP inspection report, call the Stormwater Division or email:
107 Tewning Road
Williamsburg, VA 23188
USA: Virginia: James City County
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