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SAVE WATER AND MONEY

The San Gabriel Valley Municipal Water District provides financial incentives to help you buy water saving appliances and fixtures. As of February 2018, the following programs are available. 

Note: Effective 2017, customers that have accounts with Azusa Light & Water (91702) need to visit Azusa Light & Water Website for rebate information. 

$35 PER RAIN BARREL OR UP TO $350 CISTERN REBATE


In December 2015, the San Gabriel Valley Municipal Water District introduced a new Rain Barrel rebate program to help conserve water during rainy weather. 

Rain Barrel - Cistern Rebate


$85 WATER EFFICIENT WASHING MACHINE REBATE

On August 1, 2013, the San Gabriel Valley Municipal Water District introduced a new, water-efficient washing machine rebate program.

Washing Machine Rebate


UP TO $80 WEATHER BASED IRRIGATION CONTROLLER REBATE

In September 2014, the San Gabriel Valley Municipal Water District introduced a new, Weather Based Irrigation Controller rebate program.

Irrigation Controller Rebate


UP TO $80 SOIL MOISTURE SENSOR SYSTEM REBATE

In February 2018, the San Gabriel Valley Municipal Water District introduced a new, Soil Moisture Sensor System rebate program.

Soil Moisture Sensor System Rebate


$40 PREMIUM HIGH EFFICIENCY TOILET REBATE


In December 2016, the San Gabriel Valley Municipal Water District introduced a new rebate program for Premium High Efficiency Toilets.

High Efficiency Toilet Rebate


UP TO $150 COMMERCIAL WATERLESS URINAL REBATE


In October 2014, the San Gabriel Valley Municipal Water District introduced a new, Waterless Urinal rebate program for commercial accounts.

Waterless Urinal Rebate


ROTATING SPRINKLER NOZZLES REBATE - $2 PER NOZZLE, MINIMUM 30

In February 2018, the San Gabriel Valley Municipal Water District introduced a new, Rotating Sprinkler Nozzles rebate program for water wise landscaping.

 Rotating Sprinkler Nozzles Rebate


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To learn more about an extensive rebate program that is offered in other parts of Southern California (not necessarily within the San Gabriel Valley Municipal Water District's service area), please visit the water conservation web site of the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California.

www.bewaterwise.com