- The involvement of residents is important to setting the direction of Marble Falls' future. The city is currently accepting applications for various boards and commissions. If you are interested please click here to complete an application and submit to the City Secretary's Office.
The Lower Colorado River Authority is offering WaterSmart rebates to help residents and businesses conserve water and save money.
Rebates of 50% of the cost, up to $600 per residential property, are available for irrigation system evaluations, pressure-reducing heads or nozzles, pressure-reducing valves and in-line regulators, soil moisture sensors, rain sensors, and smart controllers. The program recently expanded to include pool filters, pool covers, landscape aeration, compost and mulch, and rainwater harvesting equipment.
LCRA offers the rebates to residents and businesses who receive water from one of its water customers, including the City of Burnet, City of Horseshoe Bay, City of Marble Falls and others. LCRA domestic use customers are also eligible.
The rebates cover equipment costs, not labor or tax, unless otherwise specified.
Visit WaterSmart.org/rebates to learn more about the rebates and to apply online.
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