There's never enough water to waste, and that's why Roseville's water efficiency team is here to help you use water as wisely as possible. Roseville water customers can take advantage of our incentives to receive rebate monies to assist with projects that save water.

Program funding is limited and rebates are offered on a first-come, first serve basis. 

***Due to an overwhelming interest in conservation, funding has been exhausted for all residential and commercial water rebate programs with the exception of the state-funded irrigation rebate. Please check back after July 1, 2023 for more information. We appreciate your continued efforts to save water.

Home rebates
Get rid of your less water efficient devices in your home and replace them with something new.

** Program funding for the Toilet rebate and the Cash for Grass rebate has been exhausted for the remainder of the fiscal year. Please check back July 1, 2023.

Cash for Grass

***This rebate is temporarily unavailable and we are no longer accepting applications. Please check back July 1, 2023.

Recommended plant list (Please note: certain trees (indicated with a tree symbol in the list) do qualify under Roseville Electric's Shade Tree Program)

Outdoor Efficiency Upgrade

Upgrade your old irrigation system to a more water efficient one and we will help cover the cost. The maximum rebate for irrigation system efficiency upgrades is $500 per residential meter. Rebate may include materials and labor (installation) costs.

A customer water survey must be completed before the upgrade or installation begins. Rebate is limited to one per household.  Funding is limited and applications will be accepted on a first come, first served basis.


Questions about home rebates?

Our water efficiency staff is available to assist with rebates questions. Contact us at (916) 774-5761 or send us an email.
Business rebates
Commercial rebates
You can lower your organization's water, energy, and landscape maintenance costs through water efficient changes.

**Rebate program funding has been exhausted for the remainder of the fiscal year. Please check back July 1, 2023.