Roseville’s water wise rebates remain

Last Updated: 3/2/2017

Environmental Utilities still has funding available for water efficiencyrebates.  Residential and business customers that are looking to savewater should consider these rebate opportunities because funding forthis year is still available until June 30.  These rebates translate into money saved during the conversion and afterwards as you begin tosave money on reduced water usage. 

As with many things, these funding opportunities don’t last, so customers should consider rebates right now, otherwise might lose out on hundreds of dollars.

Residents

Cash for Grass - .50 cents a square foot available to convert your turf into water wise landscapes.

High Efficiency Toilets -  up to $100 for replacing your older (pre-1992), non-conserving toilet with a new 1.28 gallon per flush model.

Irrigation Efficiency - up to a $100 rebate for upgrading your irrigation system with new high efficiency equipment.

Weather-based irrigation controller - Receive up to a $200.00 rebate for upgrading your non-currentweather-based irrigation controller with a new weather-based irrigationcontroller.

Commercial 

Cash for Grass - up to a $2,500 rebate for converting water-thirsty turf with water smart landscaping.

Custom Rebate - helps commercial, industrial and institutional customers save money with financial incentives on capital expenditures for retrofit of existing equipment with more water-efficient technologies. This program applies to hardware upgrades including equipment and technology for space cooling, refrigeration, laundry, cleaning, and flushing.

High Efficiency Toilets - up to $175 for replacing your older (pre-1992), non-conserving toilet with a new 1.28 gallon per flush model.

Irrigation Efficiency - up to a $2,500 rebate for upgrading your landscape's irrigation system with new high efficiency equipment.

Commercial Weather-based Irrigation Controller - Replace your current standard, or non-weather-based irrigation equipmentwith a new, EPA Watersense approved weather-based irrigation controllerand receive up to $2000 per controller.