2021 Clark County Clean Water Restoration Fund
Grant Program (CCCWRF)- Closed 

2021 CCCWRF Grant dates

April 9 - Grant round opens

May 7 - Applications due to LCFRB by 12:00 p.m.(PST)

May 20 (TENTATIVE) - Sponsors will receive comments

on their applications from the CCCWRF Review Committee (RC)

May 26 - Sponsor presentations, RC scoring and draft

project list completed - Agenda coming soon!

June 4 - LCFRB Meeting, CCCWRF Project List approval

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Clark County Clean Water Restoration Fund (CCCWRF) Grant Awards

Clark County Clean Water Restoration projects focus on the following objectives:

  • Restoring sustainable natural watershed processes that will reduce the impact of stormwater on water quality and aquatic habitats;

  • Promoting community awareness of stormwater impacts and participation in efforts to reduce those impacts; 

  • Leveraging available resources and broaden efforts to address stormwater impacts and management in Clark County; and

  • Further the implementation of regional stormwater, watershed, salmon recovery and Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) implementation plans.

Applications approved in the 2016 grant round  (ordered by project number)

 16-03 Salmon-Safe in Clark County - Clark Conservation District

16-04 Urban Tree Canopy Restoration - Clark County

16-07 Woodin Creek Stream Restoration - Clark Public Utilities

16-09 Salmon Creek Stormwater Osprey Project - Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership

 

Applications approved in the 2017 grant round  (ordered by project number)

 17-01 Lower Washougal River Streamside Enhancement - Vancouver Watersheds Council

17-02 Reducing Toxic Auto Leaks in Clark County - Clark County

17-03 Student Watershed Monitoring Fieldscope - Clark County

17-04 Burnt Bridge Creek Stormwater OSPREY Project - Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership

17-05 Woodin Creek Stormwater OSPREY Project - Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership

17-07 Clark Watershed Stewardship - Clark Conservation District

Applications approved in the 2018 grant round  (ordered by project number)

 18-03 Watershed Signs Revitalization and Outreach - Clark County

18-04 Stormwater Facility Maintenance Resources - Clark County

18-05 Burnt Bridge Creek Stormwater Project - Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership

18-07 Heron Drive Storm Pond - City of Ridgefield

18-08 Little Washougal Riparian Restoration and Outreach - Lower Columbia Fish Enhancement Group

18-09 Freddy Frog and the Stormwater Pond - Clark Conservation District

Applications approved in the 2019 grant round  (ordered by project number)

19-01 Campen Creek Stormwater SOS (Student Outdoor Science) Project - Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership

19-03 Upper Salmon Creek Restoration - Clark Public Utilities

19-05 Improving Water Quality Along the Lower Little Washougal River - Watershed Alliance of SW WA

19-07 Watershed Stewardship Phase 2 (Approved for partial funding)- Clark Conservation District

19-08 Burnt Bridge Creek Stormwater Outfall Impact Survey - City of Vancouver