Listed below are DOEE's “open” grants, funding opportunities, and requests for applications and proposals (RFAs & RFPs) to fund various environmental projects. They appear with the most recent announced RFAs at the top. For those items that are closed, please see the archives page.
Notice of Funding Availability - High-Performance Building Technical Assistance, Training, & Capacity Building
DOEE seeks eligible entities to deliver training, capacity building, and technical assistance related to high-performance buildings to owners, developers, builders, entrepreneurs, and designers to support compliance with the District’s current and future green building requirements and ambitious policy objectives. The amount available for the project is $450,000. The deadline for application submissions is June 1, 2021. Read More>>
Notice of Funding Availability -Nature Near Schools Meaningful Watershed Educational Experience - 2021
DOEE is seeking entities tto provide Meaningful Watershed Educational Experiences (MWEE) to elementary and middle school students, ideally in third through fifth grade, enrolled in DC Public Schools (DCPS) and DC Public Charter Schools. The amount available for the project is $300,000. DOEE intends to make multiple awards of up to $60,000 per project. DOEE expects that each grant will implement a Nature Near Schools MWEE project for at least three schools. An applicant may apply for and receive more than one grant. The deadline for application submissions is June 14, 2021. Read More>>
Notice of Funding Availability - RiverSmart Rooftops Rebate Program
DOEE is seeking entities to submit an application that will identify private property owners in the Districts MS4 area (municipal separate storm sewer system) willing to install green roofing, provide rebates to the owners for that purpose, and educate the public through a voluntary incentive program. The amount available for the project is at least $400,000. The deadline for application submissions is May 24, 2021. Read More>>
Notice of Funding Availability - Trash Free Shorelines
DOEE seeks eligible entities to propose projects that will protect and restore the District’s water bodies by capturing and removing litter from the shorelines of the Anacostia River and Washington Shipping Channel using non-permanent structural control devices and monitoring them for their effectiveness. The amount available for the project is approximately $60,000. The deadline for application submission is April 30, 2021. Read More>>
There are currently no open contracts available.