The City of Wichita’s water conservation rebate program has exhausted available funds. Application are no longer being accepted. This is the fourth year of the program, which encourages citizens to purchase and install approved water conserving devices.
Since the current year program started Feb. 1, the City has approved 834 applications, resulting in $100,190.73 in rebates. The rebates include the following water-efficient devices: 153 Washing Machines; 308 Dishwashers; 392 Toilets; 5 Dual Flush Valves, 48 Smart Irrigation Controllers, 27 Rain Sensor/Shutoffs and 106 Rain Barrels. Initial projections indicate that installation of these water-conserving devices will save an estimated 11.2 million gallons of water each year.
Rebates were available to customers who have active accounts with the City of Wichita Public Works & Utilities for the delivery of potable water. The City continues to encourage residents to conserve water. For more information, please visit www.wichita.gov and savewichitawater.com. Customers are encouraged to contact the Water Conservation office at 268-8351 or email WaterRebate@wichita.gov if you have any questions.