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REBATES AND INCENTIVES

Turf Landscape Conversion Rebates

The City is not enrolling new applicants for the landscape rebate program at this time.  Please check back in October, 2015.

The City of Paso Robles offers rebates to homeowners or business owners who replace irrigated lawns with drought-tolerant plants on drip irrigation, artificial turf, or permeable paving. A rebate of $0.50 per square foot of turf converted is available to a maximum of $500 per water account. Please note: to qualify, a pre-inspection of the turf area to be removed is required prior to any work being done. In addition, there are specific landscaping requirements that must be met.

The State of California now offers a rebate for replacing lawns with drought-tolerant plants on residential properties.  The State's rebate program is not directly associated with the City's rebate program but may be applied for in conjunction with the City's rebate.  For more information on the State's rebate is available here:

Landscape Conversion example

High Efficiency Toilet Rebate Programs

The City is not enrolling new applicants for the toilet rebate program at this time.  Please check back in October, 2015.

Toilet RebateBy replacing an older high flow toilet with a new high efficiency model, the average household can save about 13,000 gallons of water per year. That’s enough water to fill a small backyard swimming pool.

The City of Paso Robles offers a rebate of up to $125 to homeowners or business owners who replace an older high flow toilet with new High Efficiency Toilet (HET) that uses 1.28 gallons per flush or less.

Download program terms and conditions:

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