New Rebates Available: Water-Conserving Products
The following water-conserving products are eligible for a rebate of up to $50.00 (or up to $250.00 for all five). Products that are parts of these systems but not listed here are not eligible. To qualify, products must be new and installed at single-family or duplex residential properties where water service is provided by a city utility. Click here for the application: Solano-Water-Rebate-Application.
- Pool Cover
- Hot Water Recirculating System Components
- Laundry-to-Landscape System Components
- Rain Barrel
- Rain Sensors
The Solano High-Efficiency Washer Rebate
The Solano County Water Agency is offering a rebate up to $100.00 for the purchase and installation of a qualifying EnergyStar Most Efficient labeled high-efficiency clothes washer on the program's Qualifying Product List. Find program details here http://www.thinkinggreenconsultants.com/bay-area-washer-rebate.html. This program applies to purchases made from January 1, 2017 through December 31, 2017.
Smart Irrigation Controller Rebates
Install a qualifying smart controller to irrigate your existing landscape and you could receive a rebate up to $300, $700, or $1000 depending on the number of stations.
Click here for complete program details, application, and approved irrigation controllers list.
Replace your lawn with water-efficient landscaping and receive $1.00 per square foot, up to $1000 maximum. Please read the 2017-2018 Terms and Conditions before you remove your lawn.
The Solano County Water Agency is also running two new pilot programs for the 2017 fiscal year. For more information on the ADA Assistance Program click here. For the Low-Income Plant Assistance Program click here.
The Solano County Residential Survey Program is a FREE service available for high and moderate water users alike who live in Solano County and would like to save water. The home water use survey is conducted through the Solano County Water Agency and its survey team. Find all program information here.
Toilet rebates are no longer being offered by Solano County Water Agency or by Save Our Water.