Saving Water at Non-Residential
This conservation site is dedicated
to helping homeowners associations, businesses and multifamily
properties reduce water consumption.
Generally, the biggest expense of a HOA is water and
landscaping. So jump in and get some ideas
for saving money and water!
** Grant-funded HOA, Commercial, Multifamily
Grass-to-Xeriscape Landscape Rebate **
Mesa City Council, at its
Sept. 11 meeting, approved a resolution to accept a
$50,000 grant from the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation to
offer landscape conversion rebates to 10 non-residential
water customers. This will be the third year for this
type of grant program which will allow commercial
customers, non-profit organizations and homeowners
associations to qualify for a rebate as part of the
City's Grass-to-Xeriscape program ($5,000 for 10,000
square feet of grass removed).
eight non-residential customers removed a total of 94,952 square
feet of grass resulting in an average reduction of 17 percent in
landscape water use. The rebate recipients included three
homeowners associations, three apartment complexes, one church
and one business center.
is currently a waiting list of 23 non-residential customers for
the federal grant. Please contact Becky Zusy at
or 480-644-3058 to be added to the waiting list or for more
Are you wasting money and water on your
Let the City help you know how
much water they need.
Contact us to get the process started.
55 N. Center Street
Environmental & Sustainability
Green Mesa: Sustainability