Mayor Jean Robb
Join us in Making Water Conservation a Priority
Rebates and Free Devices Help Customers Conserve
The City of Deerfield Beach is already following the Countywide water use restrictions, but we all need to do even more to conserve. That’s why we joined 17 other local governments and water utilities to become part of the Broward Water Partnership’s Water Conservation and Incentives Program. This Program is offering rebates, free water-conserving devices, and has an aggressive community education and outreach component.
It’s no secret that conserving water helps save our environment—but it also helps you save too. When we reduce the amount of water we consume, our current and long-term supply goals can be met. That means more water for now and the future, and more money in your pocket.
Qualifying customers are encouraged to take advantage of the many free devices, and rebates. Spread the word to your friends and neighbors so that we can work together to meet our water conservation goal!
Please read more about our program below.
The City of Deerfield Beach has been supporting water conservation efforts for years but believes now is the perfect time to encourage its water customers to make conservation a priority. And, we are offering rebates and free water conserving-devices to encourage you to make water conservation a priority as well. Funding and supplies are limited so don’t delay. Read below to find out more details about how you can save water and money.
Although not part of the Broward Water Partnership Program, the City of Deerfield Beach has rain barrels available for purchase at the City’s Recycling Division. Click here for additional information.
Qualifying participants are encouraged to replace their current toilet(s) that use(s) more than 1.6 gallons of water per flush with WaterSense® certified High-Efficiency Toilets (HET). Rebates are provided for up $100 each, or the cost of the HET, whichever is less.
Single-family, townhouse and condo applicants may receive up to two (2) rebates per qualifying water accountholder and must own and reside in the home at which they are replacing the toilet(s).
Property owners, and property managers who are authorized by property owners, of multi-family housing units, not-for-profit agencies, commercial buildings and institutional facilities may receive up to five (5) rebates or may submit a request to receive more.
All applicants must be pre-approved before toilet may be purchased and other restrictions apply. Click the button below to learn more about qualifying for a rebate and to apply today!
Number of Rebates Issued in FY2013: 96
October 1, 2012 - September 30, 2013