Low-Flow Toilet Rebates


Funds are currently available. Rebates received after Monday, Sept. 20, 2021 will not be processed until Oct. 1, 2021 at the start of the new fiscal year.

If you replace a high-volume toilet with one featuring a WaterSense label, you may qualify for a rebate! Learn more about WaterSense and find qualifying models.

How do I apply?

  1. Review the rebate application for program guidelines. To qualify, your home must have been built in 2005 or earlier.
  2. Select, purchase and install a low-flow toilet. Save your receipts and bar codes!
  3. Schedule disposal of your old toilet by calling 214.509.4551.
  4. Complete the Residential Toilet Rebate Application as soon as possible. Your rebate won’t be processed until all paperwork is received.

How much can I save?

If your rebate application is approved, the City of Allen will rebate 50% of the price of a qualifying toilet tank, bowl, installation hardware, wax ring and installation costs incurred by a licensed plumber up to $100 for the first toilet, $75 for the second and $50 for the third, each for separate bathrooms. Tax not included. Limit one toilet per bathroom, up to three, for the lifetime of a residence.

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1. SMART Irrigation Controller Rebates
2. Pressure Reducing Valve Rebates
3. Rain & Freeze Sensor Rebates
4. Rain Barrel Rebates
5. Low-Flow Toilet Rebates
6. Water Efficient Washing Machine Rebates