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Rebate Incentive Program

The District is committed to protecting ground water sources by providing conservation programs that reward consumers for using less water, which will lower monthly water bills and/or earn credits to your water bill account:

1. Install Low-Flow Showerheads at No Cost to You!

The District will provide two (2) low flow showerheads to all residential customers at no cost to the customer. To receive your free showerheads, complete the Low Flow Showerhead Order Form, drop the completed form in a District payment box, or complete the on-line order form, (allow 3-6 weeks for availability for pickup).

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2. Enroll in the District's Rebate Program!

District customers now have the opportunity to participate in a voluntary program that offers a rebate (in the form of a credit to your water bill) designed to encourage water conservation. The program is very simple:

Click here to fill out the on-line Water Conservation Registration Form
Click here to print out the Water Conservation Registration Form

Call to sign up today...and join your neighbors in saving money by using this valuable resource wisely!

High Efficiency Toilets: Look for the WaterSense label! Older, inefficient toilets are responsible for most of the water wasted in American homes. Replacing these toilets with WaterSense labeled toilets could save nearly 2 billion gallons per day across the country. So whether you're remodeling a bathroom, building a new home, or simply replacing an old, leaky toilet, a WaterSense labeled toilet is a high-performing, water-efficient option worth considering.

Smart Irrigation Systems: The typical single-family suburban household uses at least 50 percent of their water outdoors for irrigation. Some experts estimate that more than 50 percent of landscape water use goes to waste due to evaporation or runoff caused by overwatering. A certified irrigation professional (click here to obtain a list of certified professionals near you) can design, install, maintain, or audit your system to ensure optimal efficiency using the proper amount of water to maintain a healthy landscape. Ask if your irrigation contractor is a WaterSense partner, which means he or she has been certified through a program that focuses on water efficiency. Install a Smart Irrigation System! Climate or soil moisture sensor-based "smart" controllers evaluate weather or soil moisture conditions, then calculate and automatically adjust the irrigation schedule to meet the specific needs of your landscape. Rain shutoff switches turn off your system in rainy weather and help compensate for natural rainfall. This inexpensive device can be retrofitted to almost any system. Install low-volume micro-irrigation for gardens, trees, and shrubs. Micro-irrigation includes drip (also known as trickle), micro-spray jets, micro-sprinklers, or bubbler irrigation to irrigate slowly and minimize evaporation, runoff, and overspray. Drip irrigation systems use between 20 to 50 percent less water than conventional in-ground sprinkler systems. They are also much more efficient than conventional sprinklers because no water is lost to wind, runoff, and evaporation. If your in-ground system uses 100,000 gallons annually, you could potentially save more than 200,000 gallons over the lifetime of a drip irrigation should you choose to install it. That adds up to savings of at least $1,150! Watch the clock. Water when the sun is low or down, winds are calm, and temperatures are cool - between the evening and early morning - to reduce evaporation. You can lose as much as 30 percent of water to evaporation by watering midday.