Since 2000, the City of Eden Prairie has offered rebates for residents to promote water conservation.
Appliances and Water Fixtures
Water-efficient products can help save water without sacrificing performance. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency started Energy Star and WaterSense programs to encourage conservation practices in the design and use of appliances.
Eden Prairie's appliance and water fixture rebate program offers rebates on WaterSense-approved toilets, showerheads and faucets, and Energy Star clothes washing machines and dishwashers. Program ends April 1, 2019. Applications must be submitted by March 31, 2019.
Smart Irrigation Controllers
Water responsibly to save money and energy by taking advantage of Eden Prairie's irrigation rebate program. Smart irrigation controllers conserve water by tailoring watering schedules to your home. The controllers can monitor weather conditions, soil moisture levels, evaporation and much more.
Irrigation system upgrades, new installations and stormwater reuse systems require approval prior to installation. Learn more about Eden Prairie's irrigation system rebate program.
Support water conservation by installing a native plant landscape. Native plants are adapted to local environmental conditions. They require less irrigation, capture pollutants, mitigate erosion and provide better wildlife habitat. All projects must be approved prior to installation. Learn more about Eden Prairie's landscaping rebate program.
Help improve water quality by installing a pervious surface. Stormwater runoff from driveways and yards enter our lakes, ponds and creeks through storm sewers, taking pollutants with it. Pervious surfaces capture pollutants, mitigate erosion and/or flooding, and slow down runoff to assist in groundwater recharge. All projects must be approved prior to installation. Learn more about Eden Prairie's pervious surface rebates. Program ends April 1, 2019. Applications must be submitted by March 31, 2019.
Contact the City's Sustainability Specialist with questions regarding water conservation rebate programs.