Residential

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To schedule an appointment for a free home water assessment or a qualifying pre-inspection visit for the Town's Water Efficient Landscapes rebate program, fill out and submit the online sign-up form, or call (707) 547-1909.

Windsor Rebates


Rebate programs for toilets and clothes washers ended July 1, 2017. For information on other rebates being offered by the Town for undertaking water conservation measures in your home, click on the link.
Rebates

For information about State of California rebates visit:
www.saveourwaterrebates.com

Do-It-Yourself Water & Energy Savings Toolkit

This toolkit, available for checkout at the Windsor Regional Library, comes equipped to help you save water and energy in your home. LED lightbulbs, water efficient showerheads, and more, are provided for you to install and keep for free. Click the link for more info.
DIY Toolkit


Water Smart Home Program


Find out more about Windsor's free and comprehensive water use assessment program.
Water Smart Home Program

​Windsor L2L Greywater Program

Interested in learning more about the use of greywater from your clothes washer for landscape irrigation?  Our partnership with Daily Acts offers DIY workshops and classes each year to teach you the skills you need to confidently install a residential laundry to landscape greywater system at your home.  We'll even provide a free parts kit. For more info, email moreinfo@dailyacts.org

Sonoma County Garden Sense Program


Garden Sense is a free program offered by the UC Master Gardener Program of Sonoma County.  Interested in removing your lawn and installing a low-water landscape, but don't know how to get started?  Sign up for a free consultation at your home with a Master Gardener.
Garden Sense

Qualified Water Efficient Landscaper (QWEL)


Hiring a locally trained QWEL graduate can save you both water and money on your bill. Or take a class yourself and get the skills you need to do it right on your own.
QWEL

Sonoma County Energy Independence Office (EIO)


The EIO helps Sonoma County’s residential and commercial property owners and tenants save energy and water and install renewable energy sources such as solar panels. To learn more, please call 707-565-6470 or visit www.sonomacountyenergy.org

Hints & Tips


Find additional advice, documents and useful links on how to conserve water in your home.
Hints & Tips