Rebate Program

Water Conservation Rebate Program

Practicing a low water-use lifestyle is a way everyone can help ensure a long-term, sufficient water supply. Efficient water use helps meet current and future needs, results in cost savings, decreases energy use, and helps preserve the environment. To help customers reduce water use, the City of Prescott offers residents and business rebates through the Water Conservation Incentive Program. Thank you for doing your part to live Water Smart!

Start upgrading to a WaterSmart Lifestyle today…

  • Rebates up to $40 for rotor spray head replacement
  • Rebates up to $500 for rainwater harvest installation
  • Rebates up to $100 for indoor fixture upgrades such as toilets, urinals, and showerheads
  • Rebates up to $400 for turf conversion
  • Rebates up to $5 per leak for indoor or outdoor leak repair
  • Rebates up to $75 for irrigation conversion to drip system
  • Rebates up to $75 for landscape health check

Water Rebates

Rebate/Incentive Rebate Amount
Active Rainwater Harvesting (Cisterns) 0.50 per gallon of storage ($500 max)
Passive Rainwater Harvesting (See Homeowner’s Guide) $3 per square foot of basin footprint ($500 max)
Turf Removal $0.50 per square foot removed
WaterSense labelled Smart Irrigation Timer $75
Toilet: Replacement units must use 1.0 gallons or less per flush, or a 1.28 gpf dual flush. Receipts required. $100
Water customer on septic toilet incentive Additional $50
Commercial Urinals $50
Ultra-Efficient Washing Machines (See Qualifying List) $200
Water customers on septic washing machine incentive $50


  • Public Works
  • Public Works Admin
  • Public Works Building

    433 N Virginia St

  • 928-777-1130


  • Starting April 15th  through November 1, Prescott City Code requires that outdoor watering occurs between 8PM and 8AM.

    City Code: 3-10 – Water Conservation

  • Yes! Visit to submit your water conservation rebate application online!

  • Yes! The City of Prescott offers a free water use history report consisting of a review of your water use patterns and a water use self assessment. More details…

  • Yes! Visit the for landscaping ideas, a native plant list, local watering guide, and more!

  • The City offers rebates for both indoor and outdoor conservation.

    Water Conservation Incentive Credit Program Rules and Information

  • The City’s website is full of ideas that can help you to live WaterSMART and save on your utility bill. More details…



Posted on March 27, 2020

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