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Low-income Water Efficiency Program

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Aurora Water helps low-income households become more water-efficient by replacing old fixtures with new, high-efficiency ones.

  • We've partnered with Mile High Youth Corps to replace up to two toilets, two showerheads and three faucet aerators with water-saving versions for income-qualified single family.

  •  Nonprofits are eligible for the replacement of up to 10 toilets, as well as showerheads and faucet aerators based on site needs and funding availability.

These devices will save water and money for the customers who need them the most.

To qualify for LIWEP

  • You must be an Aurora Water customer and own your home.

  • Participants must have a household income 60% or less than the Aurora median income.

Household Size
60% of Median Income
1
$49,260
2
$56,280
3
$63,300
4
$70,320
5
$75,960
6
$81,600
7
$87,240
8
$92,880

To replace household fixtures
  • Toilets must use more than 1.6 or more gallons per flush

  • Showerheads must use 2.5 or more gallons per minute

  • Bathroom faucets must use 1.0 or more gallons per minute

  • Kitchen faucets must use 2.0 or more gallons per minute

Application process

  • Contact Water Conservation staff at 303.739.7195 or [email protected] for information on program qualification guidelines and next steps.

  • Colorado Low-income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP) recipients are automatically income-qualified for this program and will need to provide the LEAP acceptance letter from the most recent heating season.

For additional information, review the LIWEP FAQs.

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