We offer several rebates to our customers. Download the application and guidelines below to see our current rebates and program rules and restrictions. It is recommended that you receive approval prior to item purchase to ensure the guidelines are met.
Water Conservation Rebate Program Application
Rebate Rules and Restrictions

Water Conservation
The average water demand for a typical home in the Yucaipa Valley uses about 40% of the water indoors and about 60% of the water outdoors.  Homeowners can significantly reduce the volume of water used by following the tips below:

Indoor Use:

  • Use low-flow faucets, shower heads, reduced-flow toilet flushing equipment, and water saving appliances such as dish and clothes washers. Look for the EPA’s WaterSense Logo for products that are 20% more efficient than the average products in that category.
  • Repair leaky toilets and faucets.
  • Use dishwashers and clothes washers only when fully loaded.
  • Take short showers instead of baths and avoid letting faucets run unnecessarily.
EPA WaterSmart Logo

Outdoor Use:

  • Wash your car only when necessary; use a bucket to save water. Alternatively, go to a commercial carwash that uses water efficiently and disposes of runoff properly.
  • Convert your yard to a drought tolerant landscape. The Water Saving Garden Friendly website helps Inland Empire residents choose drought tolerant plants.
  • Optimize your sprinkler system:

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For more water conservation tips, resources, and children’s activities, explore the links below: