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Residential Rebates


  • Rebate rules
    • Customer must receive a water bill from Denver Water or a qualifying Master Meter distributor.
    • Applications must be submitted within 90 days of the purchase date. No exceptions.
    • Applications must be accompanied by a copy of a valid sales receipt. A valid receipt shows:
      • date purchased
      • product model or item number
      • price for each item
      • proof that the item is paid-in-full
    • Rebate amount will not exceed customer’s purchase price (with tax).
    • Denver Water will determine if the rebate can be applied as a credit on the water bill or if a check needs to be issued.
    • Application forms without complete information or a valid receipt will be returned to the applicant.
    • Only new fixtures or appliances qualify. Equipment that is used, leased, refurbished, rented, received from warranty or insurance claims, exchanged or won as a prize do not qualify for this rebate.
    • Rebate amounts expected to be greater than $2,500 must receive pre-authorization from Denver Water to be eligible.
    • Customers applying for a rebate must agree to allow Denver Water employees to access their properties in order to verify installation of devices eligible for rebates.
      • Should you be contacted for inspection, and the fixture/device is not installed at that time, the rebate will be denied.
    • Failure to cash a rebate check within 90 days of issuance shall void the rebate and shall relieve Denver Water of any obligation to pay the rebate. Rebate checks cannot be reissued.
    • Keep a copy of the entire application and receipt for your personal records.
    • The rebate applicant should be the purchaser of the fixture.
    • Rebate subject to available funds or discontinuation at any time.
    • New construction does not qualify.
  • WaterSense-labeled toilets: 1.28 gallons per flush (up to $75 rebate); 1.0 gallon per flush or less (up to $150 rebate)
    • What is WaterSense?WaterSense-labeled high-efficiency toilets (1.28 gallons per flush) — up to $75 rebate
    • Maximum Performance (MaP), WaterSense-labeled ultra high-efficiency toilets (1.0 gallons per flush or less) — up to $150 rebate
    • The WaterSense list of toilets includes models that may qualify for the $75 rebate or the $150 rebate. The MaP premium list includes only toilets that would qualify for the $150 rebate. (The list mentions toilets that have an effective flush at 1.06 gallons, but ones listed here do still qualify for the $150 rebate.)
    • Low-flow toilets (1.6 gallons per flush) do not qualify for rebate.
    • Limit three toilet rebates per residence per a 10-year period. Please call 303-893-2444 if you are unsure of previous rebates.
  • Rotary/high-efficiency irrigation nozzles (up to $2 rebate per nozzle)
  • WaterSense-labeled smart irrigation controller (up to $100 rebate)
    • What is WaterSense?Only WaterSense certified smart irrigation controllers are eligible for a Denver Water rebate. Limit one per residence.
    • During irrigation season, be aware that smart controllers must not operate between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. In rare conditions, the controllers may try to operate more than three days a week, which is not permitted by Denver Water. In those instances, you should adjust your controller to prevent three-day per week watering.

Go to the rebate application