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Water & Energy Conservation  |  Energy Services  |  Water Services

St. George Water and Energy Services are commited to using our natural resources in the most effective manner not just for the short term, but for the long term. Ensuring an adequate supply of clean, drinkable water and a reliable source of energy at the most affordable rates are our goals.

 Energy Efficiency Rebate Programs

This program closed on July 31, 2011. Applications received by July 31, 2011 will be honored if program requirements are met. Applications received August 1, 2011 or later will be denied due to a lack of funding.

 Energy Conservation News

 04/04/2011 - Energy Efficiency Consumer Tips
 04/04/2011 - Lights out for the incandescent light bulb
 10/20/11 - Follow Water and Energy Services on Twitter
 08/09/11 - Quail Creek Reseviour Closure 8/15 - 8/16/2011
 04/05/10 - RP3 Recognition
 04/04/11 - Water Week 2011
 01/26/2011 - St. George hs Levels of Arsenic Above Drinking Water Standards

 Conservation Tips & Tools

  Clean Green Power Program Brochure (PDF)
  Monthly Energy Saving Tips
  The Energy Saving Plan
  Tips About Energy Use
  Evaluating Your Use
  Power Specifications (PDF)

 Energy Conservation Links

  Utah Home Performance Rebate Program
  DOE Energy Savers Information
  EPA's Green Homes Website
  Utah Weatherization Assistance Information
  Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
  Governor's Energy Advisor's Office
  US Department of Energy
  Power Forward

 Kids & Conservation

  Energy Hog Game

 New Water Rebate Program
The PRV rebate program has closed. Questions can be directed to

 Water Efficiency Rebate Programs

New funding for this program has been awarded and the WaterSense Toilet/Urinal Replacement Program is in operation as of July 1, 2013. Please review the application for rebate restrictions and eligibility.

Questions can be directed to Rene Fleming at or by phone at 435-627-4848.

This rebate program is offered to help single family residential customers replacing older (prior to the year 2000) water wasting toilets with water efficient models approved through the EPA's WaterSense program.

This program is also open to multi-family customers, these customers must be pre-approved.

Commercial customers interested in replacing older high flow urinals may also apply for a rebate, these customers must be pre-approved.

A list of qualifying fixtures can be found at:

Questions can be directed to René Fleming at

 Water Conservation News

 12/03/2013 - 2013 Water Conservation Plan Update
 10/20/11 - Follow Water Services on Twitter
 08/09/11 - Quail Creek Reseviour Closure 8/15 - 8/16/2011
 04/26/11 - Water Week 2011
 01/26/2011 - St. George has Levels of Arsenic Above Water Standards

 Press Releases
 10/20/11 - Follow Energy Services on Twitter
 04/05/10 - RP3 Recognition

 Water Conservation Tips & Resources

  Residential Watering Guide (PDF)
  Washington County Water Wise Plant List (PDF)

 Water Conservation Links

  Utah's Division of Water Resources
  EPA WaterSense Program
  Water Wiser (American Water Works Association)
  Washington County Water Conservancy District
  Dixie Gardener