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Water Efficiency Rebate

Why use water efficient products?

By using water efficient products and practices, you can save water plus energy which adds up to money savings. If your clothes washer or toilet is more than 10 years old you may want to replace them with newer, more efficient models. And the City of Brooklyn Park is offering an incentive to prompt you to make the switch: up to $125 in rebates.

Amount of rebate

Item Rebate
Clothes washer $50
Toilet $50
Irrigation system controller $25


There is a limit of one clothes washer rebate, one toilet rebate, and one irrigation system controller rebate per household. Townhome associations are eligible for up to three irrigation system controller rebates.


  • Open to owners of existing:
    • Single family homes
    • Townhomes
    • Duplexes
    • Townhome associations
  • Purchase must be made after January 1, 2016
  • Owner may be renting out the home
  • Water account for the property must be in good standing
  • Property must be located in Brooklyn Park
  • New construction is not eligible for rebates
  • Toilets and irrigation system controllers must be WaterSense certified.
  • Clothes washers must be Energy Star certified.

Steps for your rebate

Here's what you do:

  1. Replace your toilet, clothes washer and/or irrigation system controller with a new water efficient model.
  2. Fill out the water efficiency rebate application (PDF)
  3. Submit your receipt and application to the City

Then we’ll send you a check.

Funding for program

We have a limited amount of rebate money available, so get started on your project right away. We'll process applications in the order we receive them.

Funding provided by

This program is funded by a grant from the Metropolitan Council Environmental Services using Clean Water Land and Legacy Amendment funds appropriated by the Minnesota Legislature.

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Did you know?

Clothes washers that have earned the ENERGY STAR certification use about 40 percent less water and about 25 percent less energy than a regular washer.

Older, inefficient toilets are a major source of wasted water in many homes.

Replacing a standard clock timer with a Water Sense labeled irrigation controller can save an average home nearly 8,800 gallons of water annually.


Contact us

Public Works Facility (Operations and Maintenance)

8300 Noble Ave. N.
Brooklyn Park, MN 55443
View map and directions to the Public Works Facility


Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Phone and email

Tim Pratt
Recycling Manager
Email Tim Pratt

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