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Residential Reimbursement and Credit Form

Please note that certifier inspections, and thus granting of credits and reimbursements, will occur on a rolling basis throughout the season. You will be contacted at least 48 hours in advance of the inspection. Please make sure that your practice meets our requirements before applying for reimbursement or credit. Our next site visit date will be Tuesday, April 18; your application will not be granted until the results of this visit have been processed. 

Supporting Documentation
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Please submit at least one photo of the stormwater practice and all receipts for services and materials. Please combine receipts onto a single page if possible.
Applicant Information
Mailing Address
Property Information
Property Address
SMART Tool Application
Please confirm you have completed the SMART Tool application at http://umdseagrant.appspot.com/
Some items are not eligible for 20% credit against the annual Watershed Protection Fee (please read the manual to find more information). You may not apply for reimbursement without a receipt or invoice.
I am the property owner or duly authorized to act on behalf of the property owner, I have reviewed the information contained in this application and the supporting documentation, and to the best of my knowledge believe that it is true and accurate.
I under­stand that the reimbursement may be subject to an inspection and this application does not guarantee a reimbursement if Howard County deter­mines the infor­ma­tion pro­vided is inac­cu­rate. I hereby grant per­mis­sion to the County, its autho­rized agents and employ­ees, to enter the Prop­erty upon pro­vid­ing 48 hours writ­ten notice and, in any case, at rea­son­able times and with­out unrea­son­able dis­rup­tion to inspect the Prop­erty to ensure that the pro­vided infor­ma­tion accu­rately rep­re­sents the cur­rent stormwa­ter man­age­ment con­di­tions.
When did you build/install this practice?