Artificial Grass Rebates (USA)

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Artificial Grass & Synthetic Turf
USA - Rebate Programs

ONLINE Drought Map – where levels are at in the USA – see this site: 

http://www.drought.gov/portal/server.pt

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Artificial Turf & Synthetic Grass REBATE Programs

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USA - Federal Participation

US - State Artificial Turf REBATE Programs (check
to see if your state will provide you a rebate under “mulch” specifications
if not specifically under artificial grass)

 

State REBATE Programs


ArizonaFlagstaff, Tempe, Glendale, Phoenix, Scottsdale

Californiaseveral active & pending programs – see index of links

Coloradoseveral active & pending programs – see index of links

Florida -
no programs available at this time
– check local ordinances in allowance as use under description of “mulch” or weed control

Oregon under consideration/pending programs – see index of links

Washingtonunder consideration/pending programs – see index of links

Nevada several active & pending programs – see index of links

New Mexicoa water study and rebate programs

Licenses to install artificial grass & synthetic turf vary from state to state – Arizona, California, Nevada, Texas, Washington and Oregon ALL Require Specialty or Specific licenses to contract to installcheck here

 

News - for more up to date news -

Visit ASGi’s Public News Pages HERE (search term = rebates)


FEDERALAide For Water Conservation

to Help Remove Lawns and Save Water – Special Grants

Senator John Ensign, R-Nev. Announces $200 million rebate program to help public agencies remove turf and save water! … more

http://ensign.senate.gov/counties/record.cfm?id=230213&

Federal Endowments to the Public from NEVADA Senator … Bureau of Reclamation Grants $500,000 for

Southern Calif Water Conservation Projects

http://www.uswaternews.com/archives/arcconserv/5buregran8.html

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BELOW: these are links to Water Districts With Active or Pending 

Artificial Grass and Synthetic Turf Rebate Programs

Please be aware that these programs are administered by the groups, organizations and agencies listed.

ASGi does not provide the needed forms to apply or specifications or qualifications of use.

 

State
of Arizona

Arizona
Department of Water Resources
Governor
declares drought and urges
conservation [offers statewide drought assistance].

Arizona is entering its second decade of a statewide drought due to long-term precipitation deficits and increased demand for water. The declarationcalls 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 Arizona participating cities

visit the Arizona Municipal Water Users Association’s Web
site

CLIMAS
- Urban Water Study 

Water Conservation in Flagstaff, Arizona

 

Research
and Products :

Urban Water Study This
study examines the emergence of water conservation measures
in Flagstaff, Arizona, given the city’s current biophysical
and socio-economic profile. During recent years, similar
to many other non-metropolitan areas in the West, Flagstaff
is facing on-going drought conditions, an economy increasingly
dependent on natural amenity values, and population growth.

http://www.ispe.arizona.edu/climas/research/
urbanwater/flagstaff.html

City
of Scottsdale
Landscaping: 

Turf Removal for Commercial and Residential Common Areas

 

Turf Removal
Rebate Form – Commercial and Residential Common Areas

(pdf / 133 kb / 2 pgs) PURPOSE

The intent of the rebate program is to reduce outdoor water use

through the installation of lowwater- use, drought-enduring landscaping.

ABOUT THE PROGRAM

The commercial/residential common areas landscape rebate is effective

beginning August 5, 2005, and replaces all previous landscape rebate

programs. Properties that have received rebate credit in a previous

landscape rebate program or have converted turf

landscaping prior to August 5, 2005, are not eligible. The
landscape rebate is a one-time credit per property that

will be applied to the water bill.

A rebate is offered for the removal of turf from the landscape and

installation of city-approved landscaping. The rebate amount is

calculated based upon the costs for conversion and is limited to

no more than $3,000. Rebate amount is figured at 25% of total

costs (excluding taxes).

http://www.scottsdaleaz.gov/Page4066.aspx

City
of Mesa

Water conservation
programs offered by the City of Mesa.

 

City
of Glendale 

Non-residential
Cost/Share Landscape Rebate Program

 

(Homeowner
associations, multi-family units and businesses) Purpose: to promote a
permanent reduction in the amount of grass used for landscaping purposes— to
save water . Criteria: Homeowner associations, multi-family units or businesses
may apply. All of following must be met to qualify:

  • The
    organization applying for the rebate must participate in the Water Budgeting
    Program .
    At
    least 1,000 square feet of turf must be removed. Applicant must provide
    proof of existing turf through an on-site inspection prior to construction.
    Removed
    grass area will be landscaped (bare, unplanted soil is unacceptable).
  • An application
    must be submitted along with three estimates of the work to be completed.

The non-residential
cost/share rebates are awarded once or twice a year to eligible applicants.
The number of rebates awarded each year will depend upon availability
of funds. Rebates would be awarded in the order that the applications
are received (from the date that the complete application is received)
on a first come, first served basis.
Qualified
applicants are eligible for the following:

  • $1,500
    for completion of the Water Budgeting process and $150 per 

    1,000 square feet of grass converted (to non-grass landscape) A
    limit of $3,000 awarded per application

     

  • A property
    is permitted only one application per year

The rebate
is not retroactive and does not apply to work completed before

July 1, 2005. For additional
information, call  (623) 930-3596.

http://www.glendaleaz.com/WaterConservation/
landscaperebates.cfm#Share

City
of Phoenix

Water
conservation programs offered by City of Phoenix , including an interactive
watering guide.

City
ohTempe

Water
conservation information from the City of Tempe .

 

State
of California

California
Urban Water Conservation Council

http://www.cuwcc.org/uploads/tech_docs/
Synthetic_Turf_07-01-12.pdf

Prepared by: Koeller and Company Metropolitan
Water District of Southern California

Save Water, Save A Buck Commercial Water
Program

Synthetic Turf Rebate for Commercial and Multi-Family
properties

SoCal
Rebate Programs!

save a buck water rebate

 

For additional
information or to verify eligibility, contact 1-877-728-2282 or visit
us

online at www.bewaterwise.com Click
Here to Go Right To The

artificial grass rebates from so calif

SAVE WATER, SAVE A BUCK Pages

located under the Focus on Business TAB.

Los Angeles county – Dept of Water Resources:

artificial turf rebate program for la county

The Waterworks District offers
several free programs to help residents save water and money, and this
is the best time to take advantage of those programs to make it easier
to reduce water use this summer.
All
customers of the Los Angeles County Waterworks Districts are now eligible
for rebates on a variety of water-saving devices, among them, high-efficiency
clothes washers ($150); high-efficiency and dual-flush toilets ($150);
weather-based sprinkler controllers ($150); rotary sprinkler nozzles ($4
each); artificial grass & synthetic turf rebates  ($.30/square
foot or $150 for 500 square feet) ; commercial waterless or low-water
urinals for business customers, ($60 – $120 for upgrades, $150 for new
installations); drip irrigation ($50).
Visit http://dpw.lacounty.gov/wwd/web/rebates.cfm for
more information. Free
On-Site Water-Use Survey
To
obtain a free onsite survey for homes and businesses call (888) 828-8602
or send an email to watersurveys@niagaraconservation.com to have a water
conservation specialist come to your home. For information see

http://www.ladpw.org/wwd/web/docs/water%20survey.pdf

For information
about drip irrigation, and synthetic turf rebate programs, please contact

Ms. Barrett, conservation manager, Melinda Barrett – mbarrett@dpw.lacounty.gov
, or

Viki Yip – vyip@dpw.lacounty.gov .

Orange County Water District:

Sythetic Turf Rebate Program:

http://www.mwdoc.com/ST.htm

Soquel
Creek Water District:
 

http://www.soquelcreekwater.com/ Conservation/SynTurf_rebate_app.pdf

 

Santa
Clara Valley Water District
 

http://www.valleywater.org/media/pdf/ WUE_AR_2005-2006_web.pdf

 

A water
study of effects of use of crumb rubber infill is

under way at SCVWD

Please Contact: Stanley M. Williams – Chief Executive
Officer

Santa
Clara Valley Water District

Main telephone number is (408) 265-2600.

Olivenhain Municiple
Water District
Mayda
Portillo at

mportillo@sdcwa.org or (858) 522-6762.

http://www.olivenhain.com/education_conservation.html

North
Marin Water District
: Pending
 

contact Ryan at (415) 897-4133

http://www.nmwd.com/c4g.html

 

Richmond
, CA
: Program is Under Consideration

http://www.richmond.com/sci-tech/output.aspx?
Article_ID=4778916&Vertical_ID=2&tier=1&position=8

Tri-C
Water District (Diamond Bar and Pomona Area) –

sorry no further details,
please call local office

Irvine
Water District

http://www.irwd.com/Conservation/SynTurfReport.pdf

SAN
Diego County

SoCAL
- Cucamonga , CA –

Please
be aware that these programs are administered by the groups, 

organizations and agencies listed. ASGi does not provide
the needed forms

to apply or specifications or qualifications of use.

 

State
of Colorado

Castle
Rock
– considering programs – however there are
mandatory reduction

requirements from state – http://www.crgov.com/News.asp?NewsID=923

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State
of Florida

 

State
of Florida
To
find your water district in Florida – you can look below or go to
the Florida Water District map and determine which area and what agency
assists you: http://www.dep.state.fl.us/secretary/watman/

No
programs are available at this time – Florida
Friendly Landscaping
and the WaterUse
Landscape programs
encourage water conservation for Florida
residents
– you can find out more about these programs by going
to: http://www.swfwmd.gov

WMD JURISDICTION OFFICE
Northwest
Florida WMD
Bay,
Calhoun, Escambia, Franklin, Gadsden, Gulf, Holmes, Jackson, Jefferson
(western half), Leon, Liberty, Okaloosa, Santa Rosa, Wakulla, Walton, & Washington
81
Water Management Drive 

Havana, FL  32333

850/539-5999

 

Suwannee
River WMD
Columbia,
Dixie, Gilchrist, Hamilton, Lafayette, Madison, Suwannee, Taylor,
Union and portions of Alachua, Baker, Bradford, Jefferson & Levy
9225
CR 49 

Live Oak, FL 32060

386/362-1001

 

St.
Johns River WMD
Brevard,
Clay, Duval, Flagler, Indian River, Nassau, Seminole, St. Johns, Volusia,
and portions of Alachua, Baker, Bradford, Lake, Marion, Okeechobee,
Orange, Osceola & Putnam
P.O.
Box 1429 

Palatka, FL   32178-1429

386/329-4500

 

Southwest
Florida WMD
Citrus,
DeSoto, Hardee, Hernando, Hillsborough, Manatee, Pasco, Pinellas,
Sarasota, Sumter, and portions of Charlotte, Highlands, Lake, Levy,
Marion & Polk
2379
Broad Street 

Brooksville, FL  34604-6899

352/796-7211

 

South
Florida WMD
Broward,
Collier, Dade, Glades, Hendry, Lee, Martin, Monroe, Palm Beach, St.
Lucie, and portions of Charlotte, Highlands, Okeechobee, Orange, Osceola & Polk
3301
GunClub Road 

West Palm Beach, FL  33406

561/686-8800

 

State
of Nevada

Back in
2002, the State of Nevada started rebates to the public and private section
if they removed natural grass surfaces (lawns, fields, etc) that required
watering IF they replaced these areas with landscape elements that were
attractive and effective and required NO water. By creating an incentive
of $1 per SF to get rid of their residents water wasting lawns, common
areas and sports fields, Nevada has enjoyed a rebounding success in water
conservation; saving water, decreasing the use of a high percentage of
harmful lawn care products, decreasing the use of mowers and other powertools
helps to clean the air and overtime, other positive effects, we hope,
as well.
Southern
Nevada Water Authority
http://www.snwa.comSNWA
announced in May 2008 – they had reached 100 million square feet of converted
landscape – saving in excess of 6 billion gallons of water, now available
for other uses … THE most successful conservation rebate program in
the USA, SNWA’s a great example of how, through planning and administration,
self-funding rebate programs can help US citizens make great choices to
reduce or eliminate waste of water and other natural resources.

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State
of Oregon

Oregon
Association of Conservation Districts -

Conservation Districts Portland
Water Bureau.
Oregonwaters.orgFriends
of Living Oregon Waters (FLOW)

FLOW’s mission is
to provide legal oversight, monitoring and public

education to help protect Oregon Waters from the impacts of pollution.

 

State
of New Mexico

New
Mexico State University Study of Water 

Conservation and Task Force Study of Eco-Sound,

Economical Options

 

State of
New Mexico rebate programs brochure

http://spectre.nmsu.edu/watertaskforce/admin/
admin/uploads/pdfs/Katherine%20Yuhas.pdf

Statewide
conservation statement and plan for conservation for drinking water -
program pdf

http://www.nmdrought.state.nm.us/
DrinkingWaterWorkGroup/M-I-conservation-2003-11-14.pdf

State
of Washington

Saving
Water Partnership
– Sponsors Savingwater.org
Savingwater.org

Saving
Water Partnership, a group of water

utilities from throughout Seattle and King County .Seattle.gov

Seattle
Public Utilities

The
Seattle Rain Barrel

A service
of Seattle Conservation Corps and Seattle Public Utilities.

Tacoma
Water – Water Conservation Home

Conservation information
from the City of Tacoma .

Washington
State Department of Ecology

Information
on drought in northwestern Washington State,

along with information on water supplies

 

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