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Residential and Commercial Rebates

Rebates are credits applied to your water bill. They are applied after a customer installs water-saving appliances or participates in our Water-wise Landscape Conservation (WWLC) program. For more information, read on, visit our Frequently Asked Questions page or contact us.

Rebate Application Forms

Residential (English)

Residential (Spanish)

Commercial (English)

Commercial (Spanish)

2024 Rebates
  • High-Efficiency/Dual Flush Toilet (1.28 gpf or dual flush 1.0-1.6 gpf) qualifies for A $100 rebate
  • High-Efficiency Clothes Washer (water factor 3.7 or less) qualifies for A $150 rebate
  • High-Efficiency Urinal (0.125 gpf ) qualifies for A $300 rebate
  • Weather-based Irrigation Controller (Water Sense labeled controllers) qualifies for A $150 REBATE Rotating Sprinkler Nozzle qualifies for A $4.00 per nozzle rebate
  • Micro-Irrigation Conversion (minimum of 1,000 linear feet) qualifies for $0.25 per linear-foot
  • Moisture Retaining Soil Additive – $40 per bag
  • Flume Meter (Flow Monitor) $100
  • Hot Water Recirculating Pump $125
Water Wise Landscape Conversion (WWLC) Program

The Palmdale Water District (PWD) WWLC program is currently accepting applications. Applications can be downloaded from our web site or picked up at the District’s Water Conservation Department. Applications are accepted on a first-come-first-served basis.

Water-wise Landscape Conversion Application

Programa de Conversion para un Jardin Inteligente

Vendor List

Contact our Water Conservation department for a current list to be mailed. You may also pick up a copy from the District office.

The Palmdale Water District does not endorse specific brands, products, or dealers; nor does it guarantee materials or workmanship; acceptance of such is the sole responsibility of the customer. PWD assumes no responsibility or liability for any damage that may occur to an applicant’s property as a result of participation in any District program.

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In addition to the many rebates offered by Palmdale Water District, occasionally we are able to offer specific programs to help residents conserve water. Currently, our efforts are focused on the Water Wise Landscape Conversion (WWLC) program outlined below.

Frequently Asked Questions

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