Weber Basin offers a rebate to residents in qualifying cities to remove turf in the park-strip area of their yard. The rebate is $1.25 per square foot of turf removed and replaced with water-wise landscaping.
- You must live in a qualifying city (see the list below).
- You must apply for the program before starting your park strip project. Previously converted park strips do not qualify for this program at this time. (The application requires you to create an account at utahwatersavers.com)
- You must attend a required “Flip Your Strip- Prerequisite Class” prior to beginning your project. Click here for class calendar . You will receive the class code needed to register for the class via email after you apply for the program.
- You will be required to sign a participation agreement to participate and receive the rebate.
Cities with qualifying ordinances
Please read the full explanation of the program and a summary sheet of all
the requirements for the Flip Your Strip rebate.
The program within Weber Basin’s service area may be
slightly different from other counties or other Water Districts. You must follow the process to
receive this rebate. District staff will be in contact with you at various stages of the
application process to clarify and assist you with parts of the application process or
parts of the program that are different from other areas.
- Farr West
- Fruit Heights
- North Salt Lake
- Ogden City - Contact the City planning department for questions at 801-629-8922 or email at email@example.com
- South Ogden
- South Weber
- Washington Terrace
- West Bountiful
- West Haven
- Woods Cross
(Cities will be added as landscape ordinances are updated to meet District requirements. To get your city added to this list, contact your elected municipal representative and encourage them to work with Weber Basin on updating ordinances to qualify. Unincorporated areas will need to contact their elected County officials.)
Residential Smart Irrigation Controllers and Toilets
Weber Basin offers rebates to all residents living in Davis, Weber, Morgan and Summit counties. There are specific requirements for each rebate offered. Smart controller rebates are now a flat $75.00 for the purchase of a qualified smart controller or the full cost of a controller for purchases less than $75.00.
For toilets, if your home is older than 1994 you can qualify to receive rebate on up to two toilets with a flat rebate of $100.00 per toilet replaced. Newer homes do not qualify because toilets in those homes are already classified as “low flow”. The District offers these rebates through the Utah Waters Savers program.
to go to the application for your rebate
Commercial Smart Irrigation Controllers
For commercial, institutional, multifamily and other large properties that have many more irrigation stations than residential lots or multiple sites that need irrigation control form a central controller, Weber Basin offers incentives for smart central control systems. These are usually much more sophisticated and expensive because of the capabilities they offer. To qualify for rebates, please call the District to ensure that funding is still available. The rebate for commercial controllers is 50% of the cost of the controller up to a maximum of $1,500 per controller.
for a list of qualifying commercial smart controllers.
to go to the application for your rebate
Unsure if you qualify? Call us at 801-771-1677 to check.
Commerical, Institutional, and Multifamily Unit Toilets
If you are a facility manager and would like to replace old toilets on a larger scale for businesses, apartments, or other non-residential facilities, you may qualify for this rebate. The facility must be older than 1994 and you must call and be pre-approved prior to the project to ensure the project qualifies and that there are funds remailing for the program for the year. You may select any toilet as plumbing codes have changed and all new toilets are considered “low flow” or “water efficient”. Rebate in this category is $100.00 per toilet.
to go to the application for your rebate.
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