Washing Machine Rebate

On August 1, 2013, the San Gabriel Valley Municipal Water District introduced a new, water-efficient washing machine rebate program. Residents who pay their water bill to the City of Alhambra, City of Monterey Park and City of Sierra Madre are eligible to participate and receive a $150 rebate.

Why install a high-efficiency washing machine?

  • Uses less water and electricity 
  • Uses less detergent
  • Saves money
  • Less wear and tear on clothes
  • More water is extracted during the spin cycle, so less time is needed in the dryer

To claim your rebate:

Step 1: Rebate Guidelines

  • High-efficiency clothes washers with an Integrated Water Factor of 3.7 or less qualify for rebates.
  • Rebate is limited to a single rebate per installation address for qualifying products.
  • Review the eligible water-efficient washing machines here:

Step 2: Purchase your washing machine at any hardware store, home and garden store, or online. To support our local economy we suggest these local stores:

  • Superco Appliances
    221 N. Atlantic Blvd., Monterey Park, CA 91754
    (626) 289-1235
  • Sears Home Appliance Showroom
    2115 W. Commonwealth Ave., Suite A, Alhambra, CA 91803
    (626) 300-8856
  • Howard’s Appliance & Big Screen Superstore
    2121 W. Main St., Alhambra, CA 91801
    (626) 943-9413
  • Home Depot in the City of Alhambra
    500 S. Marengo Ave., Alhambra, CA 91803 
    (626) 458-9800

Step 3: Once you have purchased your washing machine, Apply Online or download the Rebate Application form, fill it out, attach a copy of your sales receipt and mail it to:

ATTN: Gianna Harrington
Washing Machine Rebate Program
P. O. Box 1011
Truckee, CA 96160

Step 4: Receive a check in the amount of $150.00 in approximately 6 to 8 weeks.

For more information Call (626) 969-7911 or 855-512-1221

  Be Water Wise

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.