Will the turf conversion rebate cover the costs to remove and replace my turf landscaping?

The City’s turf conversion rebate pays a portion of the cost; however, will not cover the entire conversion to a water-wise landscape. This is meant to be an incentive, and over time the savings on water bills will add up with the conversion of at least 40 percent of water use by installing low-water plant materials.  The City is also offering Smart irrigation rebates that can help offset costs, which include Smart Controllers, rain sensors, moisture meters, efficient rotor nozzles, and tree ring drip systems. Applications can be made to both programs in addition to applying for graywater conversion, beginning on March 1.

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1. Will the turf conversion rebate cover the costs to remove and replace my turf landscaping?
2. Why are all rock lawns not accepted as part of this rebate?
3. What else can I do to reduce the amount of watering my plants need?
4. It sounds like the City is not allowing new turf in the community?
5. Who qualifies and does my HOA?
6. Where can I learn more about converting to a water wise landscape?
7. Does my existing tree count as any (or all) coverage for the turf conversion program?