Castle Pines Metropolitan District
Water Efficiency Rebate Program
The Castle Pines Metropolitan District (CPMD) has initiated a robust, data-driven water efficiency program to provide residences of the Village at Castle Pines (Village) the confidence in the security and sustainability of our water future (Vision 2025). This plan was formally adopted by the CPMD Board on February 4th, 2021 and revised by the CPMD Board on October 4th, 2021. An integral part of the Vision 2025 program is to reduce the Village consumption of water for outdoor irrigation in a thoughtful manner, while retaining the beauty of the Village and quality of life for its residents. As part of the efficiency program, CPMD has hired qualified irrigation management experts that have been conducting irrigation efficiency analyses for each home within the District to clearly identify steps needed to reduce water usage while maintaining current landscaping.
To help offset water conservation expenditures, CPMD is offering a rebate program for all homeowners within the District. The following section contains additional information on the rebate program as well as how you can qualify.
Who do I contact if I have questions?
Company – Olsson: Courtney Husted
Homeowner Water Efficiency Rebate Program
- CPMD homeowners will be eligible for financial incentives based on their commitment to implement the recommended improvements and manage their irrigation systems to achieve efficiency goals for outdoor irrigation.
- CPMD homeowners whose irrigation system is managed by their sub-association may only be eligible for rebates through their sub-association.
- The incentive dollars can be used by the enrolled homeowner to offset the cost of water efficiency expenditures.
- The District will cover the expense of an irrigation efficiency analysis for each home within the District.
- CPMD offers a maximum rebate of up to $1,500 per home. Eligible expenditures include, but are not limited to:
- Installation of weather-based EPA water sense approved controllers
- Replacement of installation of high-efficiency spray nozzles
- Replacement or installation of PRS check-valved heads (spray or rotor)
- Landscape modification designed to reduce site water requirements
- Other initiatives undertaken to specifically reduce outdoor water consumption
- Tiers have been established for what kinds of repairs are eligible for a rebate from CPMD per the graphic below. You are not eligible for a rebate from the lower tiers until all repairs from the higher tiers have been completed. For example, Tier 1 items must be addressed before items from Tier 2 will be considered for a rebate.
Homeowners are eligible to receive a rebate on implemented water efficiency efforts as previously described. Information on how to apply for the rebate program will be released this Spring.