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The long term precipitation deficits and increased demand for water has affected the daily routine and monthly expenses of Arizona residents for years now. With Arizona entering it’s second decade of a statewide drought, it’s not surprising that some local municipalities have decided to offer artificial turf rebates. The drought is forcing residents and local and state governments to increase water conservation efforts. The one solution that Arizona has agreed on is that artificial turf may be a leading player in the conservation plan for the state of Arizona.

Some local cities are offering rebates to homeowners in California who are thinking about investing in artificial turf. According to the AMWUA, Arizona Municipal Water Users Association, each municipality provides their own unique blend of conservation resources. The key to thriving in an arid climate is a reliant and abundant water supply. With the installation of artificial turf, citizens and businesses alike will be able to save water and in turn positively give back to their state during it’s time of environmental crisis.

Local municipalities participating in this rebate program to help both residential and non-residential entities afford artificial turf are: Avondale, Chandler, Glendale, Mesa, Peoria, Scottsdale and Tempe. See below for more details concerning each individual municipal’s rebates, according to the AMWUA.

Avondale

Residential

  • Landscape Conversion –           Up to $400

Non-Residential

  • Landscape Conversion –           $200

Helpful Link: http://www.ci.avondale.az.us/index.asp

Chandler

Residential

  • Landscape Conversion –           Up to $3,000

Non-Residential

  • Landscape Conversion –           Up to $3,000

Helpful Link: http://www.chandleraz.gov/default.aspx?pageID=369

Glendale

Residential

  • Landscape Conversion –           Up to $750

HOA/Multi-Family/Business

  • Landscape Conversion –           Up to $3,000

Helpful Link: http://www.glendaleaz.com/waterconservation

Mesa

Residential

  • Landscape Conversion –           $500

Helpful Link: http://mesaaz.gov/conservation

Peoria

Residential

  • New Home Xeriscaping –           $150

Residential/Non-Residential

  • Xeriscaping Conversion –           Up to $1,650

Scottsdale

Residential

  • Turf Removal –           Up to $1500

HOA/Multifamily/Commercial

  • Turf Removal –           Up to $1650

Helpful Link: http://www.scottsdaleaz.gov/water.asp

Tempe

Residential

  • Landscape Conversion –           .25 per sq. ft.

Multifamily/Commercial/Industrial

  • Landscape Conversion –           Up to $3000

Artificial turf is an investment, but it’s one that is continually proving it’s worth. Local and State governments are starting to catch on to this trend and likewise beginning to offer their citizens help to be able to afford this timely investment. With arid temps, droughts and water restrictions on the rise, artificial turf is the perfect solution to cut down on your outdoor water use tremendously. At the same time you’re saving water and energy, you’re also saving money on water bills and yard maintenance fees.

With each Arizona citizen that takes advantage of these rebates, that’s one less yard to constantly water, mow and upkeep. And with that, it’s more money in your pocket and better for your state’s water resources.

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