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OUTDOOR WATERING RESTRICTED
TO ONE DAY PER WEEK AS OF JUNE 1

Take Advantage Of Triunfo’s Water-Saving Rebates

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In light of Gov. Gavin Newsom’s recent declaration of a statewide drought emergency, including a voluntary 15 percent reduction in water usage, the Triunfo Water & Sanitation District is urging its water customers to take advantage of current water conservation rebates.

For a limited time, a $3 per square foot rebate is available to replace lawns with organic, drought-tolerant landscaping and water-saving irrigation systems. “This offer will last until funding runs out,” says Triunfo Board Chair Raymond Tjulander. “Then, the rebate will likely return to $2 per square foot so it’s best to act now if you’re thinking of replacing your lawn. A 500 square-foot lawn conversion can mean a $1,500 rebate.”

Other rebates can offer significant savings. They include rebates for cisterns ($250 to $350), smart irrigation controllers ($135), high-efficiency clothes washers ($130), soil moisture sensor systems ($105), high-efficiency toilets ($85), rain barrels ($45).

For a list of available rebates and to learn how to apply, visit the Triunfo Water & Sanitation website, www.triunfowsd.com.

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