Rebate and Conservation Programs
If you are thinking about replacing some of your water using devices, the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California offers rebates on certain items. Check the list of eligible devices on the program’s website at www.socalwatersmart.com before you buy to determine if the device qualifies. This program is for both homeowners and businesses.
FREE Sprinkler Timer and Nozzle Retrofit Program
Landscape irrigation controllers available today are much smarter than they used to be. They are more dependable and can even remember to turn off the water after it rains. San Gabriel Valley Water Company is offering a weather-based irrigation controller to any qualifying customer. If you have a working irrigation system with a controller and at least 25 sprinkler nozzles (not brass) you are eligible. This is a first come first serve program with limited participation so act fast. The systems will be installed by trained professionals. Please call us 1-866-308-8391 to sign up or for more information.
High Efficiency Toilet Distribution (“HET”) Program
Replace old higher volume water using toilets with new HETs. The new HET will be shipped directly to your home. A maximum of two HETs is allowed per household. Please call 1-866-308-8391 to sign up or for more information
Commercial, Industrial & Institutional (“CII”) Audits/Large Landscape
This program seeks to make businesses and other large water users like cities, schools and parks, more water efficient by auditing their water use and making recommendations for improvements.
Commercial Industrial & Institutional Retrofit
San Gabriel Valley Water Company can retrofit indoor and outdoor water using devices such as toilets, smart irrigation controller, and nozzles. This program also offers turf replacement. San Gabriel Valley Water Company will replace Commercial, Industrial & Institutional customers’ existing irrigation system with low-flow drip irrigation components and transform their turf area into a water conservation demonstration garden. The gardens can be used to educate and serve as an exhibit offering alternatives to high water-use lawns.