Water Conservation Incentive Program

In June 2018, the City Council approved a rebate program to help incentivize water conservation by the residents of Corinth. Linked below are the current rebates the City offers. 

If you would like to apply for a rebate, fill out the form and email it to Rebates@cityofcorinth.com, or drop it off at City Hall located at:

3300 Corinth Parkway
Utility Billing
Corinth, TX 76208

Incentive Type
Amount Offered
Rain and Freeze Sensor
$30 per household
No permit required for installation
Delays watering during rain or freezing conditions.
Freeze sensor prevents watering in freezing conditions.
Reduces hazards and damage from freezing water.
Watering Timer
$25 per household
No permit required for installation
Increases efficiency by turn on and shutting off the flow within specific time periods.
Hose/sprinkler timers (connected to a hose/outdoor water spout) give you more control over watering and prevent over-watering.
SMART Irrigation Equipment
50% of purchase and installation (up to $250)
One-time rebate per household
Qualifying SMART irrigation may include:
drip irrigation retrofit; moisture sensors; flow sensors;
high efficiency sprinkler nozzles; etc.
Cost may include installation hardware and installation costs incurred by licensed contractor.
Irrigation System Check-Up and Upgrades
50% of cost of services
(Check-Up up to $100;
Upgrades up to $250)
Reduce amount of water used and increase efficiency by having a licensed irrigator check your automatic irrigation system and make adjustments if necessary.
Upgrades to automatic irrigation systems reduces water waste by making irrigation systems more efficient, providing saving to water bills.
WaterWise Landscape/Irrigation Design
$20 per 100 sq. ft. (min: 500 sq. ft.; max: 2000 sq. ft. - $100 to $500) for WaterWise Landscape.
50% of cost of services up to $500 for irrigation design per property
Installation of (or conversion to) a low-application rate, micro-irrigation system reduce over-watering by automatically adjusting based on rainfall.
Consists of: native or adapted plants with very low to moderate water requirements (from Plant Guide);
Non-living landscape surfaces which help reduce storm water run-off;
Disabling entire irrigation system;
Capping a zone;
Converting a pop-up spray zone to drip/bubblers;
Splitting a zone to beds and turf.