Northglenn offers rebates for smaller lawns

City program offers $1 for every square foot of lawn reduced

Staff Report
Special to Colorado Community Media
Posted 6/26/19

Northglenn is now offering dollar rebates for every square foot of grass residents replace with low-to-no water use landscaping, up to $1,000. This new program is part of the city’s water …

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Northglenn offers rebates for smaller lawns

City program offers $1 for every square foot of lawn reduced

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Northglenn is now offering dollar rebates for every square foot of grass residents replace with low-to-no water use landscaping, up to $1,000.

This new program is part of the city’s water conservation efforts. Northglenn residents use 120 gallons of water on average and most of that goes to maintaining lawns.

Residents should to go to www.northglenn.org/rebates to read all the conditions and processes to receive the rebate before taking out any turf. The rebate cannot be used for artificial turf. Newly-landscaped area must have plants that are water-efficient. The rebates cannot be applied retroactively.

In addition to turf reduction, the city provides water conservation rebates for toilets, washing machines, rain barrels and sprinkler accessories.

To learn more, call 303 450-4045.

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