Rebates, Giveaways and Financing

Toilet Rebate Program

The City of Hallandale Beach partners with the Broward Water Partnership to offer a Toilet Rebate Program. Through this program, residents with eligible toilets (pre-1994) can apply for rebates of up to $100 to replace their old, high-water-use toilets with water-conserving models. Visit the Conservation Pays website to see if you are eligible for a rebate and to apply online. 

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Energy & Water Conservation Devices

The City also provides energy & water conservation kits for free to residents. These kits contain: 

  • a Low-Flow Showerhead
  • a bathroom sink aerator
  • a kitchen sink aerator
  • a LED lightbulb
  • a rain gauge 
  • a smart power-sensing power strip (limited quantity available)
  • and a flow rate bag for you to measure the water being used by your current fixtures.

Our Green Initiatives Coordinator brings these kits to some of the City’s special events and distributes them as requested by residents. If you’d like to request one of these kits, please contact our Green Initiatives Coordinator to schedule a time to pick up your kit at 630 NW 2nd Street (Public Works). 

Financing for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy- Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE)

The City also offers the opportunity for you to improve the energy efficiency of your home or business through our PACE program. This program allows property owners to receive up-front financing for qualifying improvements. Qualifying improvements include solar power, solar thermal water heating, efficient air conditioning, roof replacement, window treatments, impact-resistant windows and doors, backup generators, and much more! Broward County has approved four (4) PACE providers Countywide. Visit the Broward County website for more information.   

Ocean Friendly Landscape Rebate

The City also has a rebate program that will give you $1 per square foot to replace grass in your yard with green infrastructure like native rain gardens. Visit www.cohb.org/coral for more information about this program. Contact our Green Initiatives Coordinator with any questions to apply!

The City installed a pilot bioswale on September 11, 2019. The bioswale is located at our Main Fire Station (111 Foster Road) if you’d like to look at an example of green infrastructure. 

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