MOUNT RAINIER DAY 2013
The Annual Mount Rainier Day is scheduled for 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday, May 18, 2013; Festivities will take place on Rhode Island Avenue at the Municipal Plaza. This year we anticipate that the festivities will be bigger and greater than ever.
Anacostia Watershed Society Call For Artists:
City Council Meeting
Mount Rainier Farmers Market
The market will be open through October
MARYLAND ENERGY ADMINISTRATION GRANT PROGRAM
The City of Mount Rainer is once again participating in a grant program through a Prince George’s County municipal collaboration. The funds have been awarded through the Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) and are to be applied towards weatherization improvements for eligible homeowners.
Persons eligible to apply are required to pay 10% of the award amount if they choose to participate. For example, a $5,000 award means that the homeowner will have to pay $500 in order to receive the weatherization improvements to their home provided that their income falls between 60-85% of the state medium income. Otherwise the award is 100% paid for through the MEA program.
The funds cannot be applied towards renovations, roof repairs, mold, water problems, major plumbing problems, etc. The funds are to be used for weatherization and not rehabilitation or restoration. The maximum award for a household is $8,000 (and some awards may be lower) on a first come first serve basis.
Please review the attached flyer that summarizes the program and income limits per household. If you want to participate in this program please complete the Affidavit of Income form and submit with the application a copy of your 2011 Tax documents. The information you provide is strictly confidential and will only be shared with the MEA program officials.
Questions: Please contact Alison Miller at
If you have been the recipient of a home energy audit within the last six months you may be ineligible. It is suggested however that you apply because a waiver may be granted on a case by case basis.
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City of Mount Rainier Request Management System
The City of Mount Rainier has a municipal request management software system. With this newly integrated system citizens can report damage, power outages, or any other issues encountered via web, sms or by phone. These requests will then be automatically routed to the appropriate department or employee, who can update the user instantly on the status of their request.
To report an issue please click the following link: www.publicstuff.com/iframe
For those who will not have access to a computer, they should submit requests via the following methods: