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Rebates & Conservation Tips

Creating a culture of conservation in Denver dates back to 1936 when Denver Water advertised on street trolleys asking customers to help save water. The modes of transportation have changed, but the message remains the same as does our commitment to helping customers use this precious resource wisely.

Residential Rebates

We want to help you improve your property — and save water — by picking up part of the tab for a higher-efficiency model.

Indoor Self-Audit

Indoor self-audits are easy to perform and will help you find ways to conserve water.

WaterSense

WaterSense is a national program that makes it easy to choose products that use less water without sacrificing quality or product performance.
Residential Conservation Tip
If grown correctly, a vegetable garden and annual flowers can use water efficiently
Residential Conservation Tip
To avoid wasting water outdoors, grass should be limited to areas that need to be useful lawn
Residential Conservation Tip
You can have a green, healthy lawn while cutting down on water use
Residential Conservation Tip
Do you know how much water you're using?
Residential Conservation Tip
Replace or retrofit old fixtures and save
Residential Conservation Tip
A leak of just 10 drops per minute will waste almost 300 gallons in a year
Residential Conservation Tip
Make sure your toilets are working properly and not wasting water
Residential Conservation Tip
Use less water with Denver Water's incentives and rebates
Residential Conservation Tip
Tips for cutting down on water