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December 2016 :. The City of Corona Department of Water and Power (DWP) is proud to offer the re-opening of the Cash for Grass rebate program to help residents replace their turf with water-saving plants. The purpose of the rebate program is to provide examples of water-wise planting alternatives to grass and to increase water use efficiency in Corona. The project is open to all parkway, front yard and back yard projects of up to $2.00 per square foot! More info here


turf removal rebates Californians, it's time to Switch from that Water-Hogging Grass to Drought Tolerant Landscaping.

Real Grass is one of the most water-intensive plants in your landscape. Its high water use and frequent maintenance make it a time-consuming and expensive yard option. In fact, the average residential customer spends about 60% of their water on outdoor irrigation. By changing turf to a California Friendly yard of drought tolerant plants and/or Synthetic Lawn you can save water and money.

To help with turf removal projects, rebates are available for $2.00 OR MORE PER SQUARE FOOT of turf removed. This increased turf removal rebate is being provided in response to Governor Edmund G Brown Jr.’s emergency drought declaration.

Who is eligible for a rebate?

To be eligible for a rebate, customers must:

1. Have grass in the proposed project area

2. Install a new landscape that meets the terms and conditions for their city. All projects must:
  a. Not include live turf or turf looking plants
  b. Include plants (not turf)
  c. Follow any additional requirements for their city. You can see these requirements by applying for project start approval.

3. Synthetic turf is eligible for rebates unless stated in your area’s terms and conditions. Click “Estimate your rebate” on the socal water smart website to see if you qualify.

4. Customers are responsible for complying with all applicable local laws, ordinances, and other restrictions.

5. Must not have received a turf removal rebate before. Only one turf removal rebate per property.

Read more about receiving a REBATE, Instructions, plus calculate an Estimate at . If you do not qualify for a rebate with OCWaterSmart, check with your Local Water District!


Friday, April 1, 2016

The Municipal Water District of Orange County is currently accepting new applications in some 'Active' water agencies under a Waitlist situation. Go to the OC Water Smart website to see if your area qualifies!
Non Waitlisted applications are still being accepted for El Toro Water District, Irvine Ranch Water District, and Moulton Niguel Water District customers.
Visit OC Water Smart to Apply

So Cal Water Smart is on track to remove over 170 million square feet of turf in southern California. Unfortunately, turf removal incentives are no longer being offered region-wide in Metropolitan’s service area because funding has been exhausted.
Local turf removal rebates are available in some areas. The following agencies are currently offering turf removal rebates: City of Beverly Hills, City of Anaheim, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, City of Long Beach – commercial customers
Visit SoCal Water Smart to Apply

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