No. This rebate is only good for the replacement of existing items and not intended for new construction.
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City of Apple Valley water utility customers with non-delinquent accounts are eligible. Well water users are not eligible because they are not on the public water supply.
No, at this time there is no maximum number of rebates per address. The City may impose a maximum in the future.
Yes, any property connected to the City’s water supply system is eligible for the water efficiency rebate.
Receipts must be provided along with the completed and signed application. The receipt must clearly identify the model, date of purchase and reflect the payment method.
Click Here to see the list of approved devices on the EPA WaterSense website
Assuming grant funds are available, rebates will be processed as applications are received, and if approved, rebate will be issued as credits to water utility customers on their water bill. Please allow 1-2 billing cycles for the credit to appear.
The city may conduct random inspections to verify installation of specified products at the address listed on the account. In the event inspections reveal fraud, repayment of credits will be required.
Permits are not needed for any of the replacement devices as long as they are re-installed in the same location, however, full remodeling projects do require permits. If you have questions regarding permit requirements, please call the Building Division at 952-953-2588 or check the Building Division webpage.
Even if funds are available at the time of purchase, they may be exhausted by the time you submit your paperwork for approval. There is no guarantee that funding will be available, although as funding gets closer to being depleted, the website will be updated more frequently. Residents can always call the City to verify that funds are still available. Please call Public Works at: 952-953-2402.
WaterSense labeled irrigation controllers are devices installed in automatic sprinkler systems to avoid excess watering. They act like a thermostat for your sprinkler system telling it when to turn on and off. They are “smart” in that they connect to the internet and use local weather and landscape conditions to tailor watering schedules; some use sensors that can detect rain or soil moisture to avoid unnecessary watering.