Thank you for your interest in the City of Sacramento’s Leak-Free Sacramento Program. The Department of Utilities (DOU) Leak-Free Sacramento program is designed to help disadvantaged area communities (DACs) single family residential homeowners with leak repairs.
Is your Mailing Address different from property Address?
Important: This is where DOU will mail the final rebate check
To be eligible you must:
Please upload verification documents of home ownership and residency (Tax Return or Deed Mortgage statements to the home)
Note: Upload eligible documents
The Program offers:
Under this program, the contracted City contractor may replace/repair parts with EPA WaterSense approved products when possible, and are not limited to:
I, the participant, hereby request to participate in the City of Sacramento’s Leak-Free Sacramento Repair Program. I understand and agree to the following conditions of participation:
I understand that, as a participant, I will be required to work with a contracted City contractor through the City of Sacramento’s Leak-Free Program.
I understand that I will not receive monetary reimbursement for this project; funding for my project will be transferred directly to the City contractor.
I understand that this is a limited, first-come, first served program, and that I am eligible for one contractor site visit and they are only given for projects which have applications that are approved; the City can deny any application that does not meet program requirements.
I understand that if I am asked for supplemental documents (proof of home ownership) to my application, I must supply them within two weeks from the time I am asked for them from program staff. If I fail to return them within this time frame, my application will be withdrawn and I must wait one month before re-applying.
I understand the improvements to my plumbing system may not result in lower water bills.
I understand that Plumbing assistance will not be rendered if such assistance will result in hazardous environmental conditions or allow an existing hazardous environmental condition to continue. If a hazardous environmental condition is found, such as mold, asbestos, lead it must be abated per the applicable regulations.
I understand that my home must be habitable and safe for occupation to be eligible for services. Examples of circumstances that would make a home not eligible include areas open to the outside, lack of complete roofing, floors that are too unstable for toilets to be seated properly or a home settled from its original support structure in a way that makes work on it unsafe. If the contracted City contractor notes concern regarding structural stability or general safety of the home, it will be assessed by the Leak-Free Program staff and referred to City of Sacramento Code Compliance as needed.
Steps to Proceed
Program Agreement - Release of Liability
The City of Sacramento Department of Utilities (City) may deny any application that does not meet all of the Program requirements, which are set forth in the Program Terms and Conditions. The City reserves the right to alter the Program Terms and Conditions at any time, with no notice other than posting the Program requirements on the City website. The applicant agrees to allow the City to inspect the property before and after the project is undertaken, to measure the lawn area to be replaced and to confirm that the project meets the Program Terms and Conditions. The applicant certifies that the attached photos are of the landscape project installation site, accurately show the site’s current condition, and are not altered or modified. The City does not warrant or guarantee that the applicant will experience lower water bills as a result of participating in the Program. The City is not responsible for any damage that may occur to participant’s property as a result of the Program. The applicant agrees to indemnify the City, and its directors, officers, and employees, and to hold each of them harmless from and against all loss, damage, expense and liability resulting from or otherwise relating to his or her participation in the Program. By typing your name and electronic signature you agree to the terms and conditions of the program.
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