Arizona is entering its second decade of a statewide drought due to long-term precipitation deficits and increased demand for water. The declaration calls upon citizens, businesses, schools, institutions of higher learning, local governments and federal agencies to increase water conservation efforts. http://www.azwater.gov/dwr/drought/
Arizona cities are offering the following rebates to homeowners who replace their lawns with artificial grass:
- Peoria: up to $550
- Tempe: up to $500
- Mesa: $50 – $225
- Scottsdale: up to $1,500 (residential) or up to $3,000 (commercial)
- Glendale: up to $750
For details on other cities visit the Arizona Municipal Water Users Association’s Web site .
For OTHER AREAS – check ASGi Rebate Programs Index Pages at http://www.asgi.us/asgi_52_water_districts.htm
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