Can I receive a rebate for converting to artificial turf?
Yes. Removing an irrigated area of cool-season grass and replacing with artificial turf is a rebate-eligible conversion. As this material varies greatly in quality, City staff advises a homeowner to do their due diligence in researching what’s on the market and also advises you have the installation done by a qualified contractor. Artificial turf may also raise the ambient temperature around your home. A sample of the artificial turf material you plan to use will need to be provided to City staff during the pre-inspection process. No indoor/outdoor carpet.

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1. Which plants can I use in my xeriscaped area?
2. I don’t like desert plants and rocks. What else can I do?
3. Can I receive a rebate for converting to artificial turf?
4. What do you define as mulch and why do you require it?
5. Do I have to use a weed barrier under my mulch beds? What kind should I use?
6. I have kids and/or a dog. How can I incorporate water smart landscaping into my yard?
7. Am I eligible for a rebate for installing a concrete patio or extending my driveway?
8. There is a sprinkler head right where I want to put my xeriscaped area. What do I need to do with it?