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Notice is hereby given that during its regular meeting of December 18th, the Council will consider a resolution  to establish Standard Terms and Conditions, Design Standards  and establish fees for wireless facilities in the right-of-way.

For more information contact Development & Engineering Services.

 

       ARS § 9-511.01                          

 Public Notice of Proposed Increase in Water/Wastewater Rates

At its regular meeting of January 16, 2018 the Avondale City Council will consider a recommendation to raise water and wastewater rates. Public Meetings will be held on December 12, 14 from 6 – 7:00 p.m. 

 Water and Wastewater Rate Increase - Report

 

 

Rebate Programs

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Water Conservation Rebate Programs 

The intent of the Rebate Programs is to encourage a permanent reduction in the amount of water used inside and outside of the home by establishing financial incentives for customers with a water account with the City of Avondale.  Customers will help by assisting the city’s water conservation efforts by installing specific water saving technologies, and be eligible to receive a rebate in the form of a check from the City.

This program is in an effort to conserve and protect the City’s limited water resources and to ensure compliance with the Arizona Department of Water Resources’ water conservation requirements.    

The city has implemented a multi-faceted Water Conservation Program to address water waste and misuse. 

 The program includes the following rebates: 
  • Xeriscape - Turf Conversion Rebate up to $400 for installation of, or conversion to Xeriscape landscape Application
  • Low Flow Plumbing Rebate  up to $75 (toilets)/$5 (showerhead) Application
  • Residential Automatic Irrigation Controller Rebate up to $50  Application
  • High-Efficiency ClothesWasher $100 (Residential only)   Application
  • "Smart Irrigation Controllers for Non-Residential Water Users $200 Application
  • Landscape conversions for Non-Residential Water Users $200 per 1,000 s.f. converted   Application

When submitting an application a W-9 Tax Identification Form is also required to be submitted.  W-9

If you have further questions regarding these programs please contact:

Avondale Public Works Department - Water Conservation staff at 623.333.4400