Grass Replacement+

PROGRAM UPDATE: Application Capacity Reached 

West Basin is proud to share that the maximum number of Grass Replacement+ rebate packages for the 2021-2022 Fiscal Year have been claimed. Thank you to the community for participating in the program!

While the Grass Replacement+ program has concluded, the service area wide $3 Grass Replacement Rebate Program continues to accept applications. For more information, please visit:

GRASS REPLACEMENT REBATE


About the Program

kitchenThe West Basin Grass Replacement+ program offers a free custom landscape design, a free drought-tolerant tree and additional assistance in applying for an increased rebate of $5 for every square foot of grass replaced with a drought-friendly garden. This program is designed for priority neighborhoods in the service area (see Eligibility below), and builds off the existing Grass Replacement Rebate program available service area wide.

Up to $25,000 per project is available to upgrade your landscape and remove up to 5,000 square feet of grass. A minimum of 250 square feet of grass must be replaced (for a rebate value of $1,250).

Landscape design and tree selection is provided with the support of TreePeople, an environmental organization that promotes sustainable urban ecosystems in greater Los Angeles.

 

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Get Started

To check your eligibility, start and submit your application to receive a free custom landscape design and free drought-tolerant tree please click below.

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Eligibility

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Priority neighborhoods in the West Basin service area are eligible for this program. This program hopes to provide additional resources for the adoption of drought-tolerant gardens and increase tree canopy cover in neighborhoods in the service area disproportionately affected by environmental pollution with consideration of socioeconomic, public health, and environmental hazard criteria as defined by the California Environmental Protection Agency (CalEPA).

For more information on eligibility requirement on the California Communities Environmental Health Screening Tool CalEnviroScreen 4.0, please visit: https://oehha.ca.gov/calenviroscreen/report/calenviroscreen-40.

Questions

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For questions about this program, please contact program manager, Jenyffer Vasquez at JenyfferV@westbasin.org.

Resources

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