Conserving Water in Your Home
ACWD offers a wide variety of water conservation rebates and programs to help our customers save water at home.
Please go to ACWD’s rebates page to learn more about our rebate programs.
Free Conservation Kits
Do-It-Yourself Residential Home Water Use Survey
This survey provides instructions and guidance on how to check for indoor and outdoor fixture flow rates, leaks, and inefficiencies, including in bathrooms and irrigation systems. Customers who complete the survey form will receive custom recommendations for how to improve water use efficiency in their home, as well as free water-efficient fixtures such as low-flow aerators and showerheads, if needed. Learn more about this resource and complete the survey form.
Leak Detection Program
ACWD meter readers will leave a courtesy notice at the door if a leak is suspected on a non-Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) meter. If there is continuous flow detected on an AMI meter, you can receive an alert via email or text.
Water Savings Assistance Partnership Program
ACWD and Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) have partnered to offer income qualified customers a FREE water and energy efficiency program. Through this program, local contractors will provide water and energy conservation assessments to residents. Services include indoor and outdoor leak assessments, and if needed, installation of new fixtures such as high-efficiency toilets, bathroom faucets, kitchen faucets, outdoor hose bibs, and sprinkler heads.
If residents qualify for the Energy Savings Assistance Program offered by PG&E and are ACWD customers they can receive additional water savings services provided by ACWD for FREE.
Sign up by calling Community Outreach Services (COS) at 1-800-592-7197. COS is the subcontractor that conduct the water savings assessments and they will assist you in getting signed up for the partnership program.
Visit the WSAPP virtual education package after you have received services for more resources.