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Rebate Program Now Open

Looking to replace a high-water-using device in your house or business?

Take a look at the devices below to see if you qualify for a rebate before you make a purchase. Applying for a rebate is simple and can cover a portion of the cost of a new, water-saving device. Please see the terms and conditions before submitting a rebate application.

 
 

The following items qualify for a rebate:

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High-Efficient Toilets

1.28 GPF: $150 (Maximum 2 rebates per household.)
 

1.1 GPF or less: $250 (Maximum 2 rebates per household.)

For most homes, 30% of their indoor water usage is used by toilets. The newest generation of toilets use significantly less water per flush than their predecessors. For this program, we are currently providing a rebate for 1.28 and 0.8 gallon per flush (GPF) toilets. There is a higher rebate provided for the installation of 0.8 GPF toilets due to higher water savings.

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High-Efficient Urinals

1.28 GPF: $150 (Maximum 2 rebates per household.)
 

1.1 GPF or less: $250 (Maximum 2 rebates per household.

These devices use about 0.125 gallons per flush (GPF), which is a large improvement over non-efficient devices, which use around 1.6 GPF or more per flush. These urinals can save around 88% more than their predecessors. Urinals also come in a waterless option that can save up to 40,000 gallons per year. These devices use gravity and a special lightweight trap in order to let waste pass through without the use of water.

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High-Efficient Washing Machines

$250 (Maximum 1 rebate per household and must meet CEE Tier 1 standards.)
 

Older washing machines can use up to 40 gallons per load while the newest models use a fraction of that. In order to receive a rebate, the device purchased must meet or exceed CEE tier 1 standards.

 
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High-Efficient Dishwashers

$100 (Maximum 1 rebate per household and must meet CEE Tier 1 standards.)
 

The newest models of these devices use between 3 to 5 gallons per load, resulting in high water and energy savings. Please click here to see qualifying models. 

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Hot Water Recirculating Pumps

$100 (Maximum 1 per household/site.)
 

Hot Water Recirculating Pumps bring convenience and water savings to your home by giving you hot water instantly at every faucet or shower when needed. This unique product uses a timer to know when to circulate hot water and connects easily to existing plumbing.

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Evaporative Coolers

$100 (Maximum 1 per household/site.)
 

These devices use water blown through a fan in order to help cool down a room and typically use 15 to 35% of the electricity needed to power an air conditioner. They come in all shapes and sizes, and function indoor and outdoor to fit different needs. 

Download Forms To Apply

 
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Please follow the instructions below to see if you qualify to apply for rebates.

  1. Visit this website: https://gis.water.ca.gov/app/dacs

  2. Click on "Accept" and "OK" to accept the disclaimer to enter the website.

  3. Once on the website, look at the right side of the screen. You will notice a menu box labeled, "Layers List."

  4. Select all 3 layers labeled, "Disadvantaged Communities."

  5. Type your address in the top left hand corner of the website labeled, "Find address or place," and hit the search button.

  6. The website will search and display your address on the map.

  7. Zoom out by clicking the minus button beside the address search bar.

  8. If your address is located within a dark brown boundary, you are eligible to apply for rebates.

  9. If your address is located within the white or tan boundaries, you are ineligible to apply for rebates.

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Apply today!

To apply, please send us an email by clicking below. Add your completed documents as attachments.

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