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Portland Water Bureau

From forest to faucet, we deliver the best drinking water in the world.


1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 600, Portland, OR 97204

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Rebates & Incentives

Toilet Rebate

The Portland Water Bureau is currently offering a $50 rebate for replacing an old toilet or urinal with a high-efficiency model. Commercial, residential and multifamily properties are eligible.  See eligibility requirements included on each form.  Please note that the old toilet or urinal MUST be recycled at an approved recycling center. Rebates are available on a first-come, first-served basis. The program will end when funds are depleted.

3/26/14 - Funds are still available for the rebate. 

Outdoor Irrigation Rebate

To help manage the increase in use and reduce peak summer water demand, Portland Water Bureau customers can now apply for rebates on water saving multi-stream rotator nozzles and WaterSense-labeled irrigation controllers. With proper installation, programming, and maintenance homeowners and businesses can incorporate these upgrades to save thousands of gallons of water annually. 

3/26/14 - Funds are still available for the rebate. 

Non-residential Water Efficiency Incentive

The Portland Water Bureau is currently accepting applications for non-residential water efficiency improvement projects - targeting small businesses and non-profits. Incentive awards are limited to a maximum of $5,000 per project.  Applications will be accepted from July 1, 2013 through June 30, 2014 or until funds are expended. Contact Jeff Sandberg at 503-823-4307 or for more information.

Rebate Questions? Call 503-823-4527 or email

Toilet Rebate Forms

Residential, Multifamily and Commercial accounts all qualify for rebates. Click on each form to learn more about each program.

Outdoor Irrigation Rebate

Customers with automatic irrigation systems now qualify for water efficient irrigation equipment rebates.

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