Looking to score a great deal on new appliances over President's Day weekend? Be sure to buy high-efficiency labeled appliances and get a rebate on your water bill.
The City of Roseville, in partnership with the Metropolitan Council and the Clean Water Land & Legacy Amendment, is offering up to $300 off your water bill for upgrading/repairing your irrigation system (75% rebate) or replacing your toilet, clothes washer or dishwasher (50% rebate).
New water-using appliances
Existing homes are eligible for this rebate. New homes are not eligible.
The following types of equipment are eligible for 50% of the cost of the equipment and installation, up to a total of $300, which will be processed as a rebate on a future water bill:
- Toilets – WaterSense®-labeled toilets use lower
flows to eliminate waste and wasteful use of water. Learn more on the WaterSense website.
- Clothes Washer – ENERGY STAR-Certified clothes washers can clean with less water and less energy. Learn more on the Energy Star website
- Dishwasher – ENERGY STAR-Certified dishwashers can clean with less water and less energy. Learn more on the Energy Star website
- If you are in doubt, please contact staff to confirm your purchase would qualify.
Itemized Receipts must be included with the application. Date of purchase must be July 1, 2022, or later to qualify.
A Photo of the installed equipment must be included with the application.
How to Apply?
After you have purchased and installed your new equipment, take a photo, fill out the form (link below) and submit to the City of Roseville with your receipt.
Qualifying rebates will be awarded on a first-come, first-serve basis. Funding is limited, so apply soon!
Application - Fillable
**Receipt and installation photo must be submitted for the application to be deemed complete**
Center for Energy and Environment Roseville Home Improvement Loan
Roseville residents can take advantage of loans from $10,000 to $40,000 for home improvement upgrades. The loans have no maximum income limit and do not require a down payment. Homeowners must schedule a Home Energy Squad visit prior to closing. Click here to learn more.