Conservation Based Water Rates
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Conservation Based Water Rates

The Estero Municipal Improvement District (EMID) implemented a conservation-based water rate model July 1, 2013 that significantly changed the way that the District calculates customers' cost for water usage. With the SFPUC as its sole source of water, the EMID must manage its water consumption based upon a water supply assurance agreement with the SFPUC to provide up to 5.9 million gallons of water per day on average in a given year. Conservation efforts are underway at the local, regional and state level to ensure that there is sufficient water in the region today and for the future.

 Please click here for more information regarding water and wastewater rates.

Rebate Programs

Learn more about EMID's water rebate programs on our Water Conservation Rebates page, where you can save money by having EMID cover the costs of toilets, washing machines, irrigation controllers and sprinkler heads, and even request a free landscape water audit.

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