Money Saving Rebates

Money Saving Rebates

The City of Livermore offers water conservation rebates in partnership with Zone 7 Water Agency. The rebates below are only available for Livermore Municipal Water customers. Rebates for Cal Water customers can be found here.

Rebate applications take six to eight weeks to process. For an update on your rebate status, contact Accounting Technician Siobhan Tyler at (925) 960-4324 or sityler@cityoflivermore.net.

Lawn Conversion Rebate

Replace your water-thirsty lawn with sustainable, drought tolerant landscaping. This rebate will cover up to 50% of the landscaping conversion costs ($750 maximum for single-family homes, $4,500 maximum for multi-family and non-residential properties). For program guidelines, application and list of approved plants, visit the Lawn Conversion Rebate webpage. 

Smart Irrigation Controller Rebate

Smart irrigation controllers turn your irrigation system "on" and "off" in response to local weather data and soil measurements.  They help ensure healthy plants by tailoring watering to meet the landscapes' specific needs.  This rebate will cover up to 50% of the cost for a smart irrigation controller ($75 maximum for single-family homes, $100 maximum for multi-family properties, and $3,000 for non-residential properties). Get more information about the program, visit the Smart Irrigation Controller Rebate webpage.

High-Efficiency Clothes Washer Rebate

Replace your old clothes washer with a qualifying Energy Star Most Efficient labeled clothes washer and a rebate up to $75.  For more information on the program, visit the Zone 7 Water Conservation Rebate page.

Coming Soon - Garden by Number Rebate

The City of Livermore and Zone 7 Water Agency are offering a $50 rebate to transform your front yard. This new "Garden by Number Program" is a do-it-yourself rebate program that will provide themed prepackaged ready-made garden boxes. Each box will include a plant-by-number map to layout the design, an instruction sheet and care guide, information on watering and caring for the plants, plant identification cards, and 15 to 30 healthy starter plants in 4-inch and 1-gallon pots that will cover an area ranging up to 100 square feet. There are four designs to choose from.