Residential Single-Family and Multi-Family Rebates

View rebates for water efficient equipment and fixtures. Residential outdoor landscaping through the Inland Empire Utilities Agency are also available. Funding is limited and rebates will be issued on a first come, first served basis only.

Rebates are a cost-effective way for residents to save water and money! By working with our regional partners, multiple rebates opportunities are available for residents to take advantage of. More details on the available rebate programs are listed below. Residents are encouraged to apply for these rebates through a quick and easy application process. Watch this video to learn how to successfully complete a rebate application. 

High-Efficiency Clothes Washer Rebate

While funding lasts, Chino Hills’ residents can now get up to a $210 rebate for purchasing a qualified high efficiency clothes washer! The previous rebate was only $160.

Qualifying Products List

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Visit SoCal WaterSmart to start the rebate process. To find out more information, Email the Water Use Efficiency Coordinator or call 909-364-2804. 

Turf Removal Rebate

The Metropolitan Water District’s Turf Removal Program is back! You may be eligible to receive a rebate for removing turf on your property. The goal of this program is to reduce your outdoor water consumption and potential runoff that may come from your irrigation system.

A landscape design is required to participate in the Turf Removal Program. Residential customers can have a custom landscape design created for them through the Chino Basin Water Conservation District. As part of the Landscape Design Assistance Program, residents must register for a class the will go over the following topics:

  • The process for a successful home turf removal project including: design, turf removal, irrigation improvements, planting, and establishment 
  • How to qualify for the current turf removal rebate

The local no-cost (with deposit) residential Landscape Design Assistance Program that will provide you with a custom design for your project*

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Other Local Rebates and Programs

Register for the Landscape Design Assistance class.

Residents and businesses who are interested in transforming their landscapes can visit SoCal WaterSmart to find out more! The City of Chino Hills strongly encourages residents and businesses who are interested to read through all guidelines and requirements.

Landscape Evaluation & Audit Program

This program will assist you if you are watering commercial, industrial, institutional, a homeowner’s association or a large multi-family residential landscape. The Chino Basin Water Conservation District offers free landscape water audits.

Commercial Rebates

There are rebates available for Commercial, Industrial, and Institutional (CII) customers for water efficient fixtures and equipment for both indoor use and outdoor landscaping through the Inland Empire Utilities Agency. Funding is limited and rebates will be issued on a first come, first served basis only.

AQMD Lawn Mover Rebate

South Coast Air Quality Management District WebsiteChino Hills customers can take advantage of the South Coast Air Quality Management District year-round program that allows customers to purchase new electric lawn mowers.
The rebate program will allow Chino Hills customers to turn in their old gasoline lawn mower and receive a rebate based on the purchase price of a new battery operated electric lawn mower. The Electric Lawn Mower Rebate Program will be implemented on a first-come, first-served basis and will provide up to $250 towards the cost of the battery electric lawn mower. The electric lawn mower purchased must be new, not used or previously owned, or factory reconditioned.

To apply for this rebate visit the South Coast Air Quality Management District.

Water Softener Rebate

Automatic water softeners leave a salty waste that harms our recycled ground water recharge. In effort to ensure our community has a reliable water source for the future, you may be eligible for a rebate of up to $2000 for removal of a water softener.