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Rebate Programs
Water Conservation RebatesWater Conservation
Funds for water conservation rebates have been depleted and new rules and forms will be available starting in July 2016.  Feel free to contact Robin Harrington in the water conservation office at (928) 213-4837 or at  if you have any questions.


Toilet Rebate Rules:
  • Single flush toilets must use 1.3 gallons or less per flush
  • Dual flush toilets can use 1.0/1.1 to 1.6 gallons per flush
  • All devices must be EPA WaterSense® labeled   
  • Waterless urinals are eligible   
  • Toilets must have been purchased recently        
  • Must be replacing existing devices; only homes listed in the Coconino County Assessors parcel database as being built before 2009 are eligible since the City of Flagstaff plumbing code already required high efficiency toilets after that time.  Commercial sites listed in the Coconino County Assessors parcel database as being built before 2011 are also eligible.  This is due to the plumbing code requirements for High Efficiency Toilets (HETs) being required after those times.
  • Must be a metered City of Flagstaff water customer.  Standpipe customers are not eligible for water conservation rebates.

Turf Rebate Rules:
  • Must remove a minimum of 1500 square feet of turf and replace with low water use plants
  • 2" - 4" of bark or shredded wood mulch must be in place around the base of the new plants to retain moisture before any rebate will be processed 
  • Must place a breathable landscape fabric under the modified area for weed control.  No rebate will be issued without this being verified first.
  • Only drip irrigation in the area treated - no spray sprinkler heads
  • complete list of the turf rebate rules is available
  • No ponds or fountains are allowed on the property, including outside the turf removal area
  • Low water use plants must be within the boundary of the area where the turf was removed.  Plants outside the modified area are not considered to be part of the project.

Rain Water Harvesting Tanks:

  • Tanks must add up to 1,000 gallons or more
  • Tanks must be purchased recently
  • On-site inspection of the tanks is mandatory