Roseville residents have done such a great job reducing water consumption over the last several years. The City of Roseville Environmental Utilities wants to encourage customers to continue water-saving habits. Let’s all help to sustain the gains for our city because there’s never enough water to waste.
Learn ways you can save water and money:
Sustain the Gains
California is always one rain season away from the next drought. That’s why Californians, including residents of Roseville, should adapt a low water-use lifestyle to prepare for inevitable future water shortages. Maintaining our water-saving habits means that we’ll be ready for the next dry spell.
Help sustain the gains we’ve made so far!
Do Your Part
Inside: Buy efficient appliances, like high-efficiency washing machines and high-efficiency toilet fixtures. You can also check for leaks and avoid letting water run.
Outside: Use hydro-zone planting, drought tolerant landscaping, efficient irrigation, compost and mulch.
You’ll receive 30 day Best Unlimited Membership with a $1 activation fee from Quick Quack Car Wash and a $25 gift certificate from California Backyard* just for entering! (*First 4,000 entrants; valid at the Roseville location only.)
Cash for Grass
Convert your water-thirsty grass to a water-efficient landscape. The City of Roseville will rebate customers $1 per square foot of turf grass removed and replaced with water-efficient landscape—up to $1,000 per address!
You can find great ideas for your low water-use yard designs below!
Funding is limited, and applications will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. For the application and more information about the terms and conditions of the rebate program, click here.
Call (916) 774-5761 for more information.