Ontario residents and businesses are eligible to receive up to $2.50/square foot for replacing turf with drought-tolerant plants. Interested residents can visit www.socalwatersmart.com for more information and to apply. The rebate is based on the availability of funding. Please contact 909-395-2614 if you have any questions.
The Chino Basin Water Conservation District offers FREE outdoor water evaluations for customers living or doing business within the Inland Empire Utilities Agency boundaries. Please visit www.cbwcd.org or call 909-626-2711 for more information.
Customers with an existing irrigation system may be eligible for assistance in maximizing its efficiency. A certified contractor will evaluate the existing irrigation system, noting any repairs needed or areas where efficiency can be improved. Services provided include: controller programming/scheduling, replacement of broken sprinkler nozzles or heads (within reason), valve repair or replacement when leaking/not working properly, valve rewiring and minor repairs to leaking irrigation lines.
Residents of single family homes are eligible to participate in the Irrigation Tune Up Program. This no cost program includes basic irrigation repairs to help make irrigation systems more efficient. Please email email@example.com or call 909-395-2614 for more information or to sign up.
Did you know that self-regenerating water softeners contribute up to 30 pounds of salt each month into the sewer system? That salt eventually ends up in the groundwater and recycled water supplies. The City of Ontario does not allow residents or businesses to install self-regenerating water softeners. If you would like to have a salt-based water softener installed, you can install a softener that deposits the salt in a container that is collected by a professional service. If you would like to remove your self-regenerating water softener you may be eligible for a $2000 rebate from the Inland Empire Utilities Agency.