Water conservation tips
- Let your lawn go dormant: Allowing your lawn to go dormant and limiting plant watering to twice a week can make a big difference.
- Shorter showers: Reduce your showering time at home, work or the gym.
- Wash full loads: Run your dishwasher and clothes washer only when full
- Water early or late: When you water, do so before 8 a.m. or after 7 p.m. to reduce evaporation
- Water wisely: Check out the Summer Yard Watering Calendar for a suggested watering schedule based on your home address numbers.
- Fix leaks: Indoor and outdoor water conservation kits are available free of charge at Marysville City Hall or Public Works. Please call (360) 363-8100 for availability.
- Learn more online: Saving Water Partnership
City of Marysville Water and Sewer Conservation Rebate
If you have purchased a low-flow toilet, shower, or washer, you may be eligible to receive a rebate from the City of Marysville. To apply, please complete the Water and Sewer Conservation Rebate application, attach copies of any sales receipts for the low-flow items, and return the paperwork within 30 days of installation to the following address:
City of Marysville
Public Works Department
Attn: Water Quality Division
80 Columbia Avenue
Marysville, WA 98270
Please see the Marysville Municipal Code below regarding conservation rebate qualifications. If there are further questions about this rebate program, please direct them to the City of Marysville Water Quality Division at (360) 363-8100.
14.09.030 Economic incentives for existing customers.
Customers who, at their own cost, purchase and install approved water conservation fixtures, systems or equipment on a voluntary basis when the same are not otherwise required by any code, rule or regulation, shall be entitled to payment from the city in an amount equivalent to one-half the verified cost incurred by the customer, up to a maximum of $50.00 per customer account. Applications for such economic incentives shall be filed with the city clerk within 30 days after installation of the conservation fixtures, systems or equipment. The installation shall be subject to inspection and approval by the city. Economic incentives shall be on a one-time-only basis for each customer account, and shall only be paid if the account is in a then-current status. Economic incentives shall not apply to fixtures, systems or equipment used for commercial or industrial purposes. (Ord. 2816 §1 (Exh. A), 2010; Ord. 1807 § 1, 1990).