About the Program
On July 1, 2013 East Valley Water District launched a water conservation rebate program for residents within the service area to assist with replacing older fixtures with water efficient models and expanded those programs in June 2015 to further encourage conservation based on the drought emergency.
Funding is approved on an annual basis, and rebates are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis.
Before submitting application please read and review all program guidelines. Failing to meet program requirements can result in denial of rebate application.
In order for items to be eligible for a rebate purchases must be made after July 1, 2017. All applications must be submitted by June 30, 2018 for processing. It is recommended that you receive rebate approval prior to purchase, to ensure that the requested item meets the program qualification requirements.
For more information about the Water Conservation Rebate program contact 909-806-4287 or email the Conservation Office.
W-9 Form Request
Participants in the East Valley Water District rebate program may qualify for rebates in excess of $600. In order to comply with current Internal Revenue Service requirements, applicants must complete and sign a W-9 form. The W-9 form must be submitted with a rebate application. Customers are only required to complete one W-9 form per calendar year. The District must receive the completed form prior to issuing a rebate check.
Corrected 1099-MISC Form
On January 31, 2017 East Valley Water District mailed 1099-MISC for Conservation Rebate recipients in excess of $600.00 and report the amount on Box 7 Non Employee Compensation. As of February 15, 2017 East Valley Water District has mailed corrected 1099-MISC to report the amount on Box 3 Other Income. We apologize for the inconvenience this may have caused.
This information is provided for informational purposes only. If you have questions regarding your tax situation, future tax obligation or wish to seek tax advice, East Valley Water District encourages you to contact a qualified tax advisor.
New Rebate Program
Direct Installation Program - Weather Based Irrigation Controllers
Weather based irrigation controllers (WBIC) use the weather to set your irrigation schedule instead of a traditional sprinkler controller. To help customers be water efficient outdoors, the District will replace your old irrigation controller with a new WBIC through a new direct installation program. View Application
The District offers 3 water conservation rebates for indoor use.
High Efficiency ToiletsUp to $100, per toilet installed that uses less than 1.28 gallons per flush and is recognized by the WaterSense program.
High Efficiency ShowerheadUp to $30, per showerhead that uses less than 2 gallons per minute and is recognized by the WaterSense program.
High Efficiency Washing Machine
Up to $150, for the purchase of a clothes washer with a water factor of 5 or less and is recognized as an EnergyStar appliance.
The District offers 4 water conservation rebates available for outdoor use.
Weather-Based Irrigation System
Up to $150, per weather-based irrigation system installed for sprinkler control devices that automatically adjust irrigation schedules in response to changing weather or environmental conditions.
High Efficiency Sprinkler Nozzles
Up to $4, per High Efficiency Sprinkler nozzle installed that uses less water per minute than conventional nozzles.
Water Efficient Landscaping
Up to $200, for water efficient landscaping that uses native plants, efficient irrigation systems and other landscaping elements that thrive using less water than traditional grass lawns.
The District has put together a list of landscape contractors as resource in your search for a contractor. The District does not represent any of the contractors and is not responsible for any equipment or installation.
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