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City rolls out water conservation rebate programs

City rolls out water conservation rebate programs

BOERNE — The city last week unveiled three rebates programs aimed at helping customers save water while reducing utility bills and encouraging sustainable practices.

The three rebate programs include rainwater harvesting, irrigation system consultation and irrigation system rain-freeze sensor installation. Amounts differ according to the plan but offer Boerne Utilities water customers between $100-$150 to be applied as a credit on future utility bills.

“These rebates not only promote water conservation but also help residents and ratepayers save money, two major priorities for City Council,” Mayor Frank Ritchie said. “Water conservation is a collective effort, and we’re excited to partner with our customers to make a difference. This truly is a win-win for both our natural resources but also the community.”

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