- Drought Restrictions
- Outdoor Conservation Programs & Rebates
- Indoor Programs & Rebates
- Commercial Programs & Rebates
- Large-Scale Retrofit Rebate
- Toilet Rebate Program
- Certified WaterSaver Program: Restaurants
- Irrigation Consultation Design Rebates
- Commercial Cooling Tower Audit
- Certified WaterSaver Program: Car Washes
- Power Washing
- Rain Sensors
- Charity Car Washes
- Irrigation Checkup
- Drought-Tolerant Grass Varieties
- Your Role in Conservation
- Conservation Case Studies
- Calendar of Events
- Request Information
Commercial Programs & Rebates
With Commercial customers accounting for 10 percent of the customer base but 40 percent of SAWS' annual water sales, there is great potential for both water and monetary savings through our commercial conservation programs.
SAWS provides an economic incentive to those customers that choose to convert to water-saving equipment and practices.
Replace old, high-water use residential- and industrial-style toilets with new high-efficiency toilets – provided by SAWS absolutely free!
Retrofitting your business with free water-conserving products can lower your operating costs.
Through this program, SAWS conservation consultants will work with your irrigator to help identify design flaws in your irrigation system that, if changed, can result in water savings and healthier landscapes.
The cooling tower audit is brief, but intensive, on-site evaluation of your cooling tower and cooling water system.
The WaterSaver Car Wash Program results in real water savings, protects water quality, provides recognition and financial incentives for program participants.
The program rewards local pressure washing businesses for promoting clean water awareness and implementing best management practices.
Attention all sprinkler system owners – rain sensors are here to stay. Part of the 2005 conservation ordinance outlines water-saving provisions concerning residential and commercial owners of irrigation systems.
Attention all fundraisers! If you or someone you know raises money through car wash events, please know that the rules have changed.
Annual irrigation checkups for properties 5 acres and over can contribute to water savings. Deadline is May 1 annually.
Conservation ordinance requires residential and commercial builders to install turf grass from an approved list of drought-tolerant varieties for newly constructed homes or businesses.