Saving Water Rebates

Rebates from your local water provider

Search for available rebates on the Sonoma-Marin Saving Water Partnership website or contact your water provider for more information about water conservation programs in your area!

City of Santa Rosa
 (707) 543-3985

Town of Windsor
 (707) 838-1006

Marin Water
 (415) 945-1520

City of Cotati
 (707) 665-3631

City of Sonoma
 (707) 933-2247

City of Healdsburg
 (707) 431-3122

City of Rohnert Park
 (707) 585-6750
 Valley of the Moon Water District
 (707) 996-1037

City of Petaluma
 (707) 778-4507

North Marin Water District
 (415) 897-4133

California American Water - Larkfield
 (707) 542-8329

City of Cloverdale
 (707) 894-2521

Rebates from sanitation districts and zones: 

The Sonoma County Sanitation Water Efficiency Rebate Program was established to help you save water, save money, and reduce wastewater flows to your local wastewater treatment plant.

The program is available for the following sanitation districts and zones:

  • Airport / Larkfield / Wikiup Sanitation Zone
  • Geyserville Sanitation Zone
  • Occidental County Sanitation District
  • Penngrove Sanitation Zone
  • Russian River County Sanitation District
  • Sea Ranch Sanitation Zone

Save Water. Save Money.

Rebates available on a first-come, first-served basis through June 30 while funding lasts. All rebates must be submitted with a completed IRS Form W-9 for income tax reporting purposes. A 1099-MISC form may be issued if combined rebate incentives from the County of Sonoma total $600 or more per tax year. Download the W-9 form at Rebate programs subject to change without prior notice.


Front Load High-Efficiency Clothes Washer Rebate 

Get up to $125* back on the purchase and installation of a new, qualifying front load high-efficiency clothes washer (HEW). A new washer can use 40 to 60% less water and energy than older, top loading clothes washers. HEWs use 18 to 25 gallons of water per load compared to 50 or more gallons for older top loading models. Use less water, less energy, and less detergent while cleaning your clothes better and with less wear and tear. New HEWs also remove more water from laundry during the spin cycle so loads spend less time in the dryer. The savings all add up to a great deal that can pay for itself in a few years. For a listing of qualifying clothes washers, visit the Consortium for Energy Efficiency website. Rebates are available for all front load clothes washers listed as “Tier 2" and "Advanced Tier." Top load models and models of any type with silver ion technology are not eligible.

Please note Sonoma Valley County Sanitation District customers are not eligible for this program. Water customers of the City of Sonoma and Valley of the Moon Water District may be eligible to participate in the Sonoma-Marin Saving Water Partnership High-Efficiency Clothes Washer Rebate Program.


High-Efficiency Toilet Rebate

Get up to $150* back on the purchase and installation of each qualifying 0.8 gallon per flush or less high-efficiency toilet. Replacing your older toilet saves water and reduces wastewater without sacrificing performance. For complete details and list of eligible toilet models, please see the rebate application form or call (707) 547-1918.

Commercial Water Efficiency Rebates

Reduce your businesses operating costs by saving water and energy while reducing wastewater flows. Available in all sanitation districts and zones listed above in addition to Sonoma Valley County Sanitation District.

  • High-Efficiency Toilet – up to $300 
  • High-Efficiency Urinal – up to $300 
  • High-Efficiency Clothes Washers – up to $125
  • Water Efficient Ice Machines – up to $600
  • Connectionless Food Steamers – up to $200
  • Medical Equipment Steam Sterilizers – up to $700
  • Dry Vacuum Pumps – up to $250
  • Pressurized Water Brooms – up to $700
  • Cooling Tower pH Controllers – up to $1,500
  • Cooling Tower Conductivity Controllers – up to $5,000
  • Sustained Reduction – Rebate based on the water savings achieved through permanent equipment upgrades.
  • To participate, contact the Water Use Efficiency program at (707) 547-1918