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Get Cash For Grass Program!

Posted by Elizabeth Mendoza on Mar 16, 2015 9:14:00 AM


Get Your Cash For The Grass

Many Bay Area water providers are offering money saving rebate programs for the removal of water thirsty lawn areas for hoa, shopping centers and corporate landscaping and converting these spaces to water efficient green spaces and/or using smart irrigation technology . FloraTerra Landscape Management is partnering with these bay area water agencies with a keen focus on water conservation and the adaption of Eco-Friendly, drought-resistant planting for landscape water conservation in San Jose and the Greater Bay Area. 

Use our list of resources and get money back on your water-saving equipment and drought-tolerant landscaping conversion.

Bay Area Landscaping Rebates for Lawn Replacement and Smart Irrigation Controllers

Santa Clara Valley Water District offers rebate programs that can help residents and businesses save both water and energy.

Alameda County Water District (ACWD) is now offering a lawn conversion rebate up to $500 for residential and up to $3,000 for commercial properties through its Water-Efficient Landscape Rebate Program.

City of Pleasanton offers Water-Efficient Landscape Rebates to residential, commercial, and irrigation customers, in conjunctions with Zone 7’s lawn Replacement Rebate. Maximum rebates are $250 for single family and $3,000 for irrigation and commercial customers.

East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD) offers an integrated package of both irrigation upgrade and lawn conversion rebates – up to $2500 for single and multi-family residential properties (4 units or less) and up to $20,000 for commercial and multi-family (5 units or more) properties.

Bay Area Water Supply and Conservation Agency (BAWSCA) Lawn Be Gone! Program provides rebates to approved customers that convert water-thirsty lawns to water-efficient landscapes. Maximum rebates are $500 for a single-family residence and $3,000 for a business or multi-family property.

Contra Costa Water District (CCWD) is offering rebates of up to $500 for residential and up to $5,000 for commercial properties through its Landscape Rebate Program.

North Marin Water District has several rebate programs available including a Cash-For-Grass" Turf Rebate, Water Smart Landscape Rebate, and Water Smart Landscape Rebate for residential customers. Confirm eligibility during your free Water Smart Home Survey.

California American Water offers residential and nonresidential customers in our Sacramento & Larkfield districts, many different rebates to help our customers conserve water.

Solano County Water Agency offers a water-efficient landscaping rebate program. Maximum rebate is $1,000.

Valley of the Moon Water District is offering a Cash for Grass Rebate Program. Maximum rebate of $550 is available for removing turf.

Zone 7 Water Agency offers several rebate programs in cooperation with its water retailers. Maximum rebates are $500 for a single-family residence and $3,000 for a business or multi-family property.

Other Bay Area agencies are offering landscaping water conservation rebates as well:

City of Cotati is offering residential and commercial customers a Cash for Grass Turf Rebate in return for reducing the amount of lawn area in their landscapes and replacing with low water use landscapes. Maximum rebates are $500 for a single-family residence and $5,000 for a business or multi-family property.

City of Napa is offering water customers a Cash For Grass Turf Replacement Rebate to replace their thirsty lawns with water-efficient landscaping. Maximum rebates are $500 for a single-family residence and $2,500 for a business or multi-family property.

City of Petaluma provides Commercial, Industrial and Institutional accounts as well as Multi-Family Residential accounts up to a $900 rebate for the purchase of a Smart Irrigation controller.

City of Santa Rosa has both residential rebates and commercial rebates for turf replacement, irrigation efficiency improvement, and/or rainwater harvesting.

City of Sonoma in cooperation with the Valley of the Moon Water District offers many programs and incentives to conserve water including low water-use demonstration gardens and a Cash for Grass Rebate.

Town of Windsor is offering rebates for the removal of turf grass or for the purchase of lawn sprinkler equipment upgrades that improve the efficiency of your existing irrigation system.

FloraTerra Landscape Management is experienced with the lawn conversion programs working with bay area water agencies, we can assist you with the pre-qualification process and help you design and install a drought tolerant landscape. 

Interested in learning more? Contact a Landscaping Rock Star!

Regardless if you own or manage apartments, or have a portfolio of Office Buildings or Industrial Parks, FloraTerra is very experienced in the area of landscape management, let us help you with your landscaping.

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