• Phone: (719) 488-2525 ext. 0

  • Hours: 7 a.m. through 5:30 p.m. Mon-Thurs

  • After-Hours Emergency: (719) 339-1761

Water Smart Gardening Education Project

The Water Smart Gardening Education Project is part of the 4-million-gallon-per-day (mgd) South Water Treatment Facility on approximately 1.2 acres of land.  The water treatment facility is located at 17250 Leggins Way, an ideal location for the Garden, as it has become part of the surrounding residential community.  The Garden serves the communities between Castle Rock and Colorado Springs and has been designed around the area’s own unique terrain, elevation, and climate.  The Garden is meant to educate the community on water conservation and serve as a model for water smart landscaping.

Included in the Garden are sixty-one water-efficient plants and trees labeled with specific information, interpretive materials including brochures and plant lists, and grouping of similar plants and trees by water needs.  The Garden demonstrates a variety of smart landscaping, maintenance, and water uses.  Different types of Xeriscape, landscaping that promote water conservation, will be explained.  Xeriscape plants that are drought tolerant will be compared to other Xeriscape plants that cannot tolerate drought conditions.  The various landscapes that the District area covers will be addressed.

Rules For Qualifying
  • Rebates apply only to qualifying items purchased after January 1, 2018.

  • Rebate participants must be a Woodmoor Water and Sanitation District No. 1 customer and appliance must be installed in the Woodmoor service area.

  • Account must be current and non-delinquent (i.e. no past due balances) at the time the rebate application is processed. No rebates will be given to customers whose accounts are delinquent.

  • Rebates are offered on a first come, first serve basis and subject to availability of funds.

  • Rebates not to exceed purchase cost of the product.

  • Unless otherwise stated, rebates are limited to one per customer every three years (per specific product rebate offer).

  • Customers applying for a rebate must agree to allow the District employees to access their premises in order to verify installation of devices eligible for rebates.

  • All application forms must be accompanied by an original sales receipt. A valid receipt will clearly show date purchased, manufacturer name/make, model number and price for each item. Application forms without complete information or a valid receipt will not be accepted.

  • Clothes washers eligible for a rebate are listed on the reverse side of the Clothes Washer application form.

  • Dishwashers eligible for a rebate are listed on the reverse side of the dishwasher application form.

  • Toilets eligible for a rebate are listed on the reverse side of each toilet application form. ($75 rebate per HE toilet, and $25 per low-flow toilet, and a maximum of three total). Applications for toilet rebates must include a picture of the old toilet with both the bowl and tank broken into at least two pieces each. (Please be sure to follow proper safety procedures when breaking the old toilet.)

  • Irrigation Controller must be able to adapt to various conservation/restriction program by being able to set multiple days and differing time limits per irrigation zone.

  • All rain sensors that connect to an automatic, in-ground irrigation system are eligible for the $25 rebate.

  • All new shower heads that replace higher water using fixtures with a more efficient shower head that limit flow to 2.5 gallons per minute or less.

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