Residential Programs & Rebates

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DWP has ongoing programs & rebates to help residents conserve resources and save money!

If you have any questions about any of these resources please email or call (951) 736-2234.

Turf Replacement Program 

The City of Corona Department of Water and Power turf replacement program has migrated to Applications will be accepted starting September 1, 2018 until funds are exhausted. Please visit for more information. The City of Corona Department of Water and Power’s turf replacement program has ended.

Previous participants are not eligible for the rebate.

For customers who have an approved application with a rebate reservation number from 2018 with the City of Corona Department of Water and Power, please submit your application part 2 by your expiration date. If you are unable to locate your application part 2, please e-mail   

Resources/Sample Plans for a California Friendly Garden

Rebates for Water-Efficient Devices

The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California offers rebates on several water efficient appliances and other equipment. To make these items more cost-effective DWP contributes additional rebate funding for high efficiency clothes washers (HECWs) and weather-based irrigation controllers (WBICs) or Smart Controllers. This portion is automatically added to your rebate amount when you apply for your rebate online.

Apply today while rebates are available and until funding is exhausted!



High-Efficiency Clothes Washer (HECW)
Requires a water factor of 4.0 or less.
up to $135

Premium High-Efficiency Toilets (PHET)
Requires 1.06 gallon per flush or less.

up to $100

Weather-Based Irrigation Controller (WBIC)
Less than one irrigated acre—limit two per address.

up to $200

Weather-Based Irrigation Controller Large Landscape (WBICLL)
One irrigated acre or larger.


Soil Moisture Sensor
A sensor can be added to an existing compatible irrigation controller; however, it is not eligible for a rebate if the user already received a rebate for a Weather Based Irrigation Controller. Rebates are not available for both the Soil Moisture Sensor System and a Weather Based Irrigation Controller if purchased together.


Soil Moisture Sensor
Larger residential sites.


Rotating Nozzles
Minimum 30 nozzles—limit one-time rebate per address.

Rain Barrels
Minimum size: 50 gallons.
Rebate depends on cistern capacity:

Maximum of 2 rain barrels or 1 cistern per home.
$35 per barrel(2 max)

One Cistern (1 max):
$250 for 200-500 gal.
$300 for 501-999 gal.
$350 for 1000+ gal.


Pool Cover Rebates

The City of Corona Department of Water and Power has partnered with Western Municipal Water District to offer up to a $50 rebate on pool covers.

View Pool Cover Rebate Program Information, Terms/Conditions, and Application:
Click here to apply online.


Find Leaks – Fix Leaks

Use Your Meter to Find Leaks
Did you know that your water meter can help you find a leak? That’s right! Your meter has a handy leak detection dial to help you identify leaks. Go out to your water meter box and remove the lid. Please use caution as the lid can be heavy. Look at your water meter to find a small dial with a triangle (usually blue, black or red in color). This is your leak indicator! This triangle spins whenever water is moving through your meter. If everything is off and the dial is moving then that’s a sign you have a leak.

If you do have a leak, check some of the most common places: toilets, pool fill and irrigation valves. For further assistance or information please contact the Water Resources Team at (951) 736-2234.

Check Your Toilet for Leaks
A leaky toilet can waste between 30 to 500 gallons of water per day! Just because it doesn't make a noise or have water at the base doesn't mean that it's not leaking. Here's a simple way to check to see if your toilet is leaking:

  1. Remove the lid and place a few drops of food dye or toilet dye tabs into the tank.
  2. Wait 15 minutes.
  3. Check the bowl to see if there is food coloring in the bowl. If so, you have a leaky toilet!

Found a Leak?
All is not lost! Often, toilet leaks can be fixed simply by replacing the flapper valve located in the toilet tank. Flapper valves can be purchased at most home improvement stores here in Corona.


WRCOG Financing Programs

The Western Riverside Council of Governments (WRCOG), in partnership with SAMAS Capital, has developed a financing program that allows businesses in Western Riverside County to implement energy and water efficiency improvements using low-interest loans that will be repaid over time through annual property tax payments.

The City of Corona is proud to be a member of WRCOG and these programs are available to all Corona residents and businesses regardless of your water or energy provider.


Landscape Check-Ups

The City of Corona Department of Water and Power offers customers who are out of budget a free outdoor landscape check-up.Landscape

Out of Budget? At your check-up, our experienced technicians will run your irrigation system, point out any problems with the system, make small adjustments as necessary, schedule your irrigation timer to comply with our Stage 2 Watering Guidelines, and offer suggestions for additional water savings.  



Free Devices

The City of Corona Department of Water and Power offers FREE water saving devices to all of our customers. These devices include:


  • 5 minute shower timers – Helps to keep you on track to a short shower (5 minutes or less). 
  • Low-flow showerheads – Low-flow showerheads use 1.5 gallons per minute or less.
  • Bathroom/Kitchen faucet aerators – Faucet aerators are devices that add air into the water stream. This can help increase the water pressure through the faucet while decreasing the amount of water coming through.Shower Head
  • Hose nozzles – Automatic shut off nozzles with adjustable settings can help you wash your car or water your yard more efficiently.
  • Toilet dye tabs – Use these dye tabs to check for leaks on your toilets. Leaking toilets can waste between 30 to 500 gallons of water each day. A faulty flapper valve is usually the problem — but it's an easy fix. 

Stop by the front counter at Corona City Hall to pick yours up today! 



Irrigation Timer/Controller Manuals

Blue Spray Calsense Cyber-Rain Cyber-Rain


Galcon Hunter Irrigation Caddy Irritrol K-Rain
Nxeco Orbit Rachio Rain Bird RainMachine
Signature Skydrop Toro Weathermatic WeatherTrak


Recirculating Pump Rebate

Recirculating PumpThe City of Corona Department of Water and Power is offering a $50 rebate on newly installed recirculating hot water systems.

What is a recirculating hot water system? 
A recirculating hot water system uses a by-pass valve that connects the cold and hot water supply lines at the fixture that is farthest away from the water heater. The by-pass valve uses the cold water line as the return loop back to the water heater, continuously recirculating hot water.

View Rebate Information, Terms and Conditions, and Application
Click here to view Recirculating Pump Rebate Information Packet


Other Rebates

Get the most for your conservation dollars by taking advantage of the rebates offered by other utilities:

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