Watershed restoration is a set of tools and strategies used by Prince George's County (County) Department of the Environment (DoE) to combat stormwater pollution. The County and the Clean Water Partnership (CWP) have been implementing restoration projects throughout the County. The Clean Water Map details our efforts of restoring the County's watersheds.
This website details the restoration planning by DoE. Please click the link below to jump to the topic area of interest.
The County is continuing its commitment to watershed restoration with the development of two Patuxent River Restoration Plans. DoE received a grant from Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) Water and Science Administration (WSA) to develop comprehensive watershed restoration plans for the Patuxent River watershed. The County is conducting a public information meeting about the Patuxent River Restoration Plans on August 27, 2019. See the Public Engagement and Watershed Restoration Plans sections below for more details.
For more information about the County's stormwater initiatives, see www.princegeorgescountymd.gov/261/Stormwater-Management-Division or contact Mr. Jerry Maldonado at 301-883-5833 or email@example.com.