Lawn to Garden Rebate Program

The CCWD Lawn to Garden Rebate Program provides rebates to qualified customers to replace their existing water-thirsty front lawns with water-wise landscaping.  The rebate is $1.00 per square foot with a maximum of $1,000 per single family residence and up to $20,000 for commercial, homeowner associations, industrial and institutional properties. The program is not retroactive. 

Click on the link below for information on the Lawn to Garden Rebate Program

REBATE INFORMATION

Potential Tax on Rebates of $600 or more.

REMOVING YOUR LAWN

GARDEN DESIGN

BUYING PLANTS

DRIP IRRIGATION & MAINTENANCE

HOW DO I? 

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Potential Federal Tax on Rebates: 

CCWD may be required to issue IRS 1099 tax forms to customers receiving rebates totaling $600 or more in a calendar year starting January 1, 2016.Click HERE for more information

Double Your Rebate!   The State of California is also offering a rebate for replacing your Lawn with water-wise landscaping. This is a separate program from CCWD’s rebate and has its own application and rules.  Click here for a link to the State Rebate Program

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Compare the CCWD and State of California Rebate Programs

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  1. May 27

    Landscape Workshop: How to Replace Your Lawn With a Beautiful Water-Wise Landscape Drought proof your home! This inspiring and informative workshop is designed for homeowners interested in replacing their water-thirsty lawns with beautiful water efficient landscaping. Experts will provide advice on landscape design, plants, and drip irrigation. In addition, participants will learn about CCWD’s Lawn to Garden Rebate Program.
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  2. June 4

    Make Every Drop Count: Innovative Sprinkler and Drip Irrigation Solutions The Urban Farmer Store is hosting a workshop that provides an introduction to innovative sprinkler and drip irrigation solutions. Learn about system automation with valves, timers, rain sensors, and the new ET controllers. This class will teach you how to plan your own efficient irrigation system.
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  3. June 9

    Landscape Workshop: How to Replace Your Lawn With a Beautiful Water-Wise Landscape Drought proof your home! This inspiring and informative workshop is designed for homeowners interested in replacing their water-thirsty lawns with beautiful water efficient landscaping. Experts will provide advice on landscape design, plants, and drip irrigation. In addition, participants will learn about CCWD’s Lawn to Garden Rebate Program.
    Read on...
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Join Our New Water-Wise Landscape Facebook Group 



Our new  Maintaining Your Water-Wise Landscape Facebook Group provides a forum for residents in Contra Costa County (and elsewhere) to get and share advice on maintaining their water-wise landscapes. See what others have done. You’ll also learn about great workshops, rebates for mulch and much more.

We invite you to join the group.

  1. We've Added More Free Workshops on Converting Lawns to Gardens This Year

    CCWD will be hosting more free workshops on converting lawns to gardens in 2017. They are designed for homeowners interested in replacing their water-thirsty lawns with beautiful water efficient landscaping and will include details on District rebates. Dates & Other Details
  2. District Offers New 'Laundry to Landscape' Greywater $50 Rebate

    For a limited time, CCWD is offering rebates of up to $50 as an incentive for customers to install a Laundry-to-Landscape Greywater System that uses discharge water from a single domestic clothes washer for landscape watering. Additional Info...
  3. CCWD Recognizes One-Millionth Square Foot Conversion to Water-Wise Front Yard

    Since 2012, more than one million square-feet of thirsty lawn have been converted to water-wise landscaping through CCWD'’s Lawn to Garden Rebate Program. On Feb. 5, the owner of the one-millionth square foot was recognized by the District. Read on...
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