Rebates

Select your service type and district (and, in some cases, your water system) to see a list of conservation rebates and programs currently available to you. If you do not know your district and water system, visit the Find My District page.

District

High-efficiency toilet rebate (MaP Premium Models)

Amount: Up to $100

Apply by mail: Application

Eligible Devices: Devices from this list

In addition to meeting the rigorous performance standards of WaterSense labeled toilets, MaP premium toilets must use 1.06 gallons per flush or less and meet a minimum MaP threshold of 600 grams of waste removed from the toilet fixture in a single flush.

High-efficiency clothes washer rebate

Amount: Up to $300

Apply by mail: Application

Eligible Devices: Devices from this list

High-efficiency clothes washers use 35-50% less water and approximately 50% less energy than traditional washers. See the rebate application for additional restrictions and qualifications.

Smart irrigation controller rebate

Amount: Up to $125

Apply by mail: Application

Eligible Devices: Devices from this list

Smart irrigation controllers automatically adjust their watering schedule in response to changing weather conditions. See the rebate application for restrictions and qualifications.

High-efficiency sprinkler nozzle rebate

Amount: Up to $5 per nozzle

Apply by mail: Application

Eligible Devices: Devices from this list

High-efficiency sprinkler nozzles save water by applying water more slowly and uniformly, minimizing run-off. See the rebate application for additional restrictions and qualifications.

Lawn-to-garden (turf replacement) rebate

Amount: $3 per square foot (250 to 1,500 square feet)

Eligible Devices: Devices from this list

Lawn removal projects that transform grassy areas into water-wise gardens and landscapes are eligible for this rebate. See additional restrictions and qualifications.

Spray-to-drip rebate

Amount: $0.50 per square foot (250 to 1,500 square feet)

Eligible Devices: Devices from this list

Drip irrigation uses 20-50% less water than spray irrigation and delivers water directly to the root zone of plants. See additional restrictions and qualifications.