Replace your front lawn using ecologically safe methods and receive a rebate! By converting your lawn to plants suited for our climate, you can save time and money while conserving water and providing long term benefits to the environment.
Customers who follow the below best landscaping practices and are participating in the Zone 7 Water Agency Lawn Conversion program, can receive up to $2,575 in rebates:
Customers can receive up to $2,575 (Residential) or $10,000 (Commercial/Irrigation) by participating in both programs! (See program Terms and Conditions).
Funding is limited, and based on a first-come, first-served basis.
There are no retroactive rebates. All projects must be approved and provided a Notice to Proceed from Zone 7 or the City of Pleasanton prior to removal of the lawn to be converted.
Submit your application with plant list and design for pre-approval to firstname.lastname@example.org:
The City of Livermore has officially opened its first compost hub. Compost hubs are sites that offer free compost for residents and provide educational resources on making and using compost. This service is free to all residents and is not restricted to those living in Livermore. Make sure to bring your own fillable containers!
Hosted By: Fertile Groundworks and the City of Livermore.
Location: 4743 East Avenue in Livermore, at the end of the Asbury United Methodist's Church parking lot.
Hours: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM, and Friday's 3:00-6:00 PM
Sacramento Stormwater Quality Partnership (SSQP) is offering three great "How to Videos" for home gardeners addressing garden pest prevention, rainwater harvesting, and sheet mulching for healthy soil.
It’s common that pool water tends to evaporate quickly in hot summer months, requiring frequent refills. That’s why keeping your pool covered saves water. In addition to saving water, now you can even get up to $100 rebate for installing a new pool cover!
For more information, click here.
Need advice on how much and when to water your landscape? The City is offering free irrigation controller in-person and virtual consultations to residential and non-residential water customers. This service includes:
The Controller Assistance Program is open to all water customers with landscaping that are responsible for the property water bill. Home occupants that are not the homeowner must provide signed consent and waiver from the homeowner.
Explore these online resources for more information on how to save water in your yard:
• Limit outdoor watering to no more than 1 day per week between October and March (Download our Recommended Year-Round Watering Schedule for more information).
• Learn how to detect common household leaks here: Indoor and Outdoor Leak Detection
• Eliminate water runoff from irrigation by shortening watering time and adding multiple watering cycles.
• Water landscaping between midnight and 6 am to reduce water loss from wind and evaporation.
• Learn how to set your irrigation timer here.
• Spruce Up Your Sprinkler System in Four Easy Steps (Video)
Interested customers with questions can contact the City’s Water Conservation Department: 925-931-5525 or email email@example.com.
In conjunction with Zone 7, Pleasanton offers Weather-Based Irrigation Controller Rebates up to $75 for single-family residences, and up to $100 for multi-family residences. The maximum rebate for non-residential properties is up to 50% of the cost of the new controller, with a maximum rebate of $3,000.
Non-residential customers: Only one rebate per water account number. For example, if your property has three water account numbers, you can apply for three controllers on one rebate application.
Reduce outdoor water use and promote a healthy and attractive landscape by improving watering efficiency through the installation of water-efficient irrigation hardware.
Irrigation meter customers participating in the City of Pleasanton’s Water-Efficient Landscape Program are eligible for rebates towards qualifying water-efficient irrigation equipment utilized on the converted landscape area. Qualifying equipment includes rain sensors, pressure regulating devices and rotary nozzles. See Terms and Conditions for full details.
Was your home built before 1994? Have you not remodeled since? If so, your home is likely equipped with inefficient water fixtures. Stop by the Customer Service Center at 3333 Busch Road to pick up water-efficient shower heads (limit 3) and bathroom aerators (limit 3).
While you're here, pick up free toilet dye strips to check for toilet leaks.
Commercial customers can request these easy-to-use water conservation clings (non-stick) for lavatory mirrors. These signs help remind customers and employees to be mindful of water waste. Sign requests can be made by calling (925) 931-5515, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
In cooperation with Zone 7, you can receive a rebate of up to $200 for the qualifying purchase and installation of an Energy Star Most Efficient labeled high-efficiency clothes washer. For more information, please click here.
Rebates are limited and awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. This program is subject to change or end without prior notice.