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Stormwater Cost Share Application

Overland Park's stormwater cost share program encourages residents and business owners to incorporate stormwater management best-practices on their properties in order to improve water quality. The program is intended to help cover the cost of material and/or contractor labor to install such projects.

Funding is available to applicants on a first come, first serve basis and is subject to the approval of the Public Works Department. Funding will not be allowed for projects that are required to meet Chapter 16.210 of the Overland Park Municipal Code.

Program Applicant Conditions

Applicants agree to:

  1. Seek approval of the program manager before beginning the project. The applicant will be responsible for all project costs. The city of Overland Park will provide cost-share after the costs have been incurred. After submitting all final costs and receipts, the city of Overland Park will reimburse the applicant per final approval.
  2. Complete the project before October 31, 2019. Implementation of an approved project is the property owner's sole responsibility.
  3. Grant city staff access to your property for evaluation of the application, prior to the start of construction, during construction, and during the final inspection of the project.
  4. The city of Overland Park is not liable for personal injury or property damage resulting from said work.
  5. Projects approved for funding carry no implied warranty by the city of Overland Park.
  6. Maintain the project for a minimum period of three years. All maintenance costs are the responsibility of the property owner. Periodic inspections of the approved project(s) will occur during the three year maintenance period.
  7. Obtain all applicable permits. This application approval does not constitute a permit.
  8. Notify operators of underground utilities three days before digging in the ground, if applicable. Use the Kansas One Call service to call before you dig.
Complete the application. Attach a map, project summary, and project schedule. Include cost estimates or quotes. After you have submitted the application, contact program coordinator Ian Fannin-Hughes at 913-895-6172 to schedule an initial inspection of your project.
There are 13 questions in this survey.