Rain Gardens

Anatomy of a Rain Garden

Anatomy of a Rain Garden
  1. Why rain gardens?
  2. Learn about rebate
  3. Take a tour

Why install a rain garden?
Rain gardens are a great, low-maintenance alternative to a lawn. They can be shaped and sized to fit your yard, provide habitat for local wildlife and pollinators, recharge groundwater and can assist with drainage issues that you may experience on your property.

  1. Rain garden workshop dates

Rain garden workshop dates for 2019.

Attend a free hour-long informational workshop to learn about rain gardens and how to qualify for the 2019 rebate program. No registration required. Look for our rain garden rebate flyer (PDF) in your February utility bill.

Workshop dates:

Saturday, March 16

  • 10 a.m.
    Everett Public Works
    3200 Cedar Street
    Tuesday, March 19
  • 7 p.m.
    Eisenhower Middle School
    10200 25th Avenue SE
    Tuesday, March 26
  • 6:30 p.m.
    Everett Public Library
    2702 Hoyt Avenue

View or download our brochure, Rain gardens (PDF).

Scroll through the tabs below for program information.

For more information, contact Apryl Hynes, Public Information & Education Specialist, email or 425-257-8992.

  1. Rebate documents
  2. Rain garden FAQs

Please read through the information below to learn how to qualify for our rebate program. If you'd like a hard copy of the application, the Rain Garden Handbook for Western WA or the rebate packet, contact Apryl Hynes, Public Information & Education Specialist, email or 425-257-8992.

Rain garden documents

Application checklist (PDF)

Rain garden maintenance agreement (PDF)

Rain garden rebate packet (PDF)