Updated November 2013Anyone residing within Central Utah Water Conservancy District may participate in the District’s Rebate and Grant Programs. Eligible counties are: Salt Lake, Utah, Wasatch, Duchesne, Uintah, Sanpete, Piute, and portions of Summit, Juab, and Garfield. Map of CUWCD
Rebate forms will be processed according to terms and rebate amounts in effect when the forms are received.
Download Rebate Forms here:
List of items eligible for rebate (for reference only–does not need to be printed or submitted)
Grants are no longer being accepted for 2013. If you have a grant in process or have questions about the grant program, please contact Heather Robinson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
** Contractor rebates are ONLY for installations at sites where there is no resident owner. Rebates will be 50% of the contractor’s purchase price of components used; hence, vendor receipts are necessary. If a project entails multiple home or business sites and bulk purchases of components, at least one sample site representing the project will need to be detailed and appropriate vendor receipts shown.
Frequently Asked Questions:
What’s new for 2013?
What’s a Water Check and do I need one? Central Utah Water Conservancy District and other water providers have contracted with USU Extension Service to provide free landscape water audits for residences and other properties. Water Checks are completely voluntary but highly recommended. If you agree (on the Rebate form), a scheduler will call to set up an appointment. Water Checks may also be scheduled at this website: slowtheflow.org Water Checks are performed from early May to September.
What if my contractor doesn't give me a receipt or fills out the form for me? Any rebate requests that are not completed or that do not have adequate receipts will be returned to the customer with instructions to contact their contractor. Contractor initials on the rebate request form do not constitute a receipt, and those forms will be returned to the customer.
Why not include rain sensors? Utah rainstorms are generally very slight during the summer months, and they do not often produce enough water to measure up to one full irrigation watering session. Rain sensors are only eligible if they are paired with other features such as freeze, wind, or humidity sensors.
Why the limit on drip components? We encourage homeowners to install drip wherever appropriate, and we consider drip systems to be a good solution to much of the overwatering problems seen in Utah landscapes. However, every drip zone is unique and customized, so determining which drip parts to rebate must be arbitrary for now.
How long will it take to get my rebate? Requests will generally be processed within 14 working days. Incomplete or illegible forms may take longer to process, or if you've submitted items that are not eligible for rebates, it will take time to process your receipts. If contractors must be contacted for more information, that also will take longer.
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