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Last Updated: Dec 7, 2016
Residential Water Conservation
Hello New Portal! Click here to access your new utility portal where you can see your gas, water, and electric usage. See how you compare to similar homes, check your historical usage patterns, and get resources and programs to help you save energy and water! For help logging in or questions about the portal, call your efficiency advisor at 650-713-3411.
Leak Detection & Repair
Do you know how to check your home (or business) for leaks? View these easy steps in a short video.
The City of Palo Alto Utilities (CPAU) partners with the Santa Clara Valley Water District (SCVWD) to offer free services and rebates so you can enjoy, protect and use water wisely. For more information about water and energy savings and to request free water efficiency devices such as showerheads, shower timers, faucet aerators and toilet leak detection tablets, please contact us at (650) 329-2241 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Water Wise House Call program is currently on hold while it undergoes a makeover. Please call the Santa Clara Valley Water District’s conservation hotline at (408) 630-2554 to request to be notified when the new program is launched or to request a pre-inspection for the Landscape Rebate Program.
Palo Alto residents can receive up to a $125 rebate for purchasing an approved high-efficiency clothes washer. Apply online or download an application from the Smart Energy Rebate Program. Qualifying clothes washers include CEE Tier 3 models and Energy Star Most Efficient designated models. Any model that uses silver-ion technology DOES NOT qualify for this rebate.
Rebates of up to $200 are available for residents who properly connect a clothes washer to a graywater irrigation system. In a “Laundry to Landscape” graywater system, there is no alteration to the plumbing or sewer system. Specific program requirements apply. Visit the SCVWD webpage for rebate program guidelines and detailed information on installation requirements.
Rebates are available for replacing older toilets with new, qualifying high-efficiency models. Although the local toilet rebate program has ended, the State of California still offers a $100 high efficiency toilet rebate.
For rebate information and qualifying models, visit www.saveourwaterrebates.com
Throughout the year, the City offers free workshops on sustainable landscaping, composting, home graywater and other efficiency strategies, safe pest management, tours of the Palo Alto EcoHome, etc. Visit our workshops page for the most current information and registration.