Lighting Rebates

In the typical residence, lighting may account for 10% of the total energy use. By using compact fluorescent lamps or LED lamps in appropriate locations, you can save up to 70% of the energy used for lighting in your home.

Local Discounted Lighting Products

The City is a participant in the Simple Steps/Smart Savings promotion, which provides a variety of compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) and LED lamps at discounted prices.  These lamps are available at local participating retailers including Thurman Supply, Safeway, Dollar Tree, Walgreens, Walmart, QFC, Home Depot, and Costco. For more information on available discounted lighting products and appropriate uses, visit the Simple Steps/Smart Savings website.  

CFL Disposal

Compact fluorescent lights contain a small amount of mercury that allows the bulbs to burn efficiently.  Information on disposal and clean-up of broken CFLs and mercury can be found on Energy Star's® FAQ sheet. For information on local disposal options for CFLs and other fluorescent lighting, visit the City's Household Hazardous Waste page and click on the "fluorescent tubes" tab under "Where to Take Other Waste."

Heat Pump Water Heaters

Rebates are now available for heat pump water heaters.  Please see our Heat Pump Water Heater brochure for information on how they work, how they can save you money and rebates available.  When you're ready to install your new water heater, have the installer complete our Heat Pump Water Heater Rebate Form.  And as always,  email Conservation with questions or for further information.

We're Here to Help

If you aren't sure where to start or you have questions about our energy conservation programs, call our Commercial Energy Analyst at 360-417-4718 (M-F, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.), or  send us an email.  Also feel free to call our conservation hotline anytime at 360-417-4713.