Free Tree Coupon / Sprinkler Nozzle Programs Ending June 30

June 24, 2011 at 9:16 pm

Riverside, Calif. – Riverside Public Utilities (RPU) customers have until June 30 to both redeem their Free Shade Tree Coupon from the back of their March utility billing statement, and their Free Sprinkler Nozzles voucher received from logging on to

Those wanting to redeem their free shade tree coupon must take their March billing statement to one of four participating Riverside nurseries by next Thursday. While the back of bill free tree coupon program will be expiring, the Utility’s year-round Tree Power Rebate Program will remain.

Through the Tree Power program, RPU customers can receive rebates for purchasing and planting up to five additional shade trees on their properties (up to $25 per qualifying tree for a maximum rebate of $125).

Customers who logged on to and received their vouchers to receive free, water-saving Toro Precision Series Spray Nozzles, also have until next week to pick up their nozzles from a participating Riverside retailer. By installing the patented Toro sprinkler spray heads, customers can instantly reduce their outdoor water use by more than 20 percent per nozzle.

While there is still time to log on to the web site and receive a voucher for free nozzles, all must be redeemed by June 30 to qualify. Residents who miss out on the spring nozzle giveaway program will have another chance to get these high-efficiency nozzles for free in September.

For complete details on these and other available water and energy conservation rebate programs provided by RPU, visit:


Established in 1895, Riverside Public Utilities is a consumer-owned water and electric utility governed by a board of nine community volunteers that provides high quality, reliable services to over 106,000 metered electric customers and 64,000 metered water customers throughout the City of Riverside.  The Utility is committed to increased use of renewable energy resources and sustainable living practices that help reduce environmental impacts within the City of Riverside and the state of California.


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