PWSA's Green Infrastructure Grant Program

PWSA is proud to announce the 2016
Green Infrastructure Grant Recipients!


Mini Construction Grants

  • The Stanton Heights Neighborhood Association

  • Nine Mile Run Watershed Association/Stormworks

  • Lawrenceville United

Mini Education Grants

  • Allegheny City Central Association

  • Bible Center Church

  • Carnegie Museum of Natural History

Matching Grants

  • Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh

  • Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy

  • Sports & Exhibition Authority of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County

  • The Midwife Center for Birth & Women's Health

  • Latham Street Commons (Property Owner: Stuckey Bros LLC)

  • YWCA Greater Pittsburgh

  • University of Pittsburgh

The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority (PWSA) is committed to making green infrastructure part of our solution to improve water quality affected by stormwater runoff.  The PWSA provides grants to non-profit organizations, community and civic groups, and property owners for projects or activities which advance the objective of attaining Clean Water Act compliance for water quality.  The goal of the program is to support local, grassroots efforts that employ green infrastructure practices to improve water quality, enhance conservation, restore habitat, stimulate economic growth, and educate people about stormwater issues and associated stewardship actions.


Thank you to all applicants!  

Thank you for your applications and interest.  If you would like to be notified regarding the next round of the Grant Program, please fill out the interest form linked here.


Check out PWSA’s 2015 Green Infrastructure Grant Program winning projects.