Rebates and Programs

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.

Purchases made in 2017 are no longer eligible for rebate.

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High-efficiency toilet rebate

Amount: Up to $100

Eligible Devices: Devices from these lists: Tank type, Valve/bowl combinations

High-Efficiency Toilets (HETs) are defined as fixtures that flush at 20% below the 1.6-gallons-per-flush (gpf) U.S. maximum or less, equating to a maximum of 1.28-gpf. (The HET category includes dual-flush toilets). New toilet must be replacing an existing toilet that flushes at 3.5 gpf or greater. See the rebate application for additional restrictions and qualifications.

High-efficiency urinal rebate

Amount: Up to $150

Eligible Devices: Devices from this list

High-efficiency urinals use less water than traditional urinals and include non-water urinals. New urinal must flush at .125 gpf or less and be replacing an existing urinal that flushes at 1 gpf or greater. See the rebate application for additional restrictions and qualifications.

Smart irrigation controller rebate

Amount: Up to $25 per station

Eligible Devices: All 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.

Rotating nozzle rebate

Amount: Up to $5 per nozzle

Eligible Devices: Devices from this list

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

Spray body with integrated pressure regulation and check valve rebate

Amount: Up to $10 per body (material)
Up to $8 per body (installation, if installed by C-27 contractor)

Eligible Devices: Devices from this list

Spray bodies with integrated pressure regulation and check valves save water by providing optimal pressure and minimizing loss of water through low-head drainage. See the rebate application for additional restrictions and qualifications.