The City of Chandler offers water conservation rebates and incentives to help residents reduce their water use. The City is considering changes to the existing rebate and incentives and may possibly offer new options. We are seeking input from the community as we consider adjusting these programs.
Chandler is dedicated to proactive water management to ensure a sustainable water supply into the future. Chandler's smart water management through infrastructure investment, diverse water supplies, water reuse, drought preparation and water conservation has allowed the City to prosper in our desert setting. Even though the City can meet the water needs of our residents and businesses, prioritizing water conservation is more important than ever.
Chandler is committed to educating and instilling a water conservation ethic within our community. For four decades, Chandler has encouraged water conservation through ordinances, education and conservation programs.
Calculate Your Household Water Use
Worried you are using too much water? Not sure where to start? Calculate your household water needs and compare the results with your actual water use.
Rebates & Incentives
Chandler offers indoor water conservation kits and rebates for removing grass, installing low water use landscapes, or installing a smart irrigation controller.
Learn How to Find & Fix Leaks
Household leaks waste nearly 1 trillion gallons of water annually nationwide. Find and fix leaks inside and outside to save thousands of gallons of water.
Water Wise Tips for Your Yard
DYK: The average household uses most of their water outdoors? Check out our Guide to Watering Grass, Trees & Shrubs and learn how to maintain a water-saving yard.
Free Water Conservation Brochures
The City of Chandler Water Conservation office provides free literature to help you conserve water. Review digitally or request hard copy delivery to your home.
Schedule a Water Wise Site Visit
Water Conservation staff are available to help track down leaks and offer tips on ways you can reduce household water use.
Water Waste Report Form
Report water leaks or overwatering for investigation.
Looking for ways to be water efficient and have a successful landscape or garden in the Sonoran Desert? Attend these free workshops.