City of Flagstaff Energy Rebate Program

The City of Flagstaff provides rebates for energy efficiency upgrades performed within homes in the City of Flagstaff through the Energy Rebate Program. Appliance and weatherization upgrades provide significant energy conservation benefits to homeowners and help to reduce our community-wide energy demand. 

The Energy Rebate Program was started in 2013 to assist Flagstaff residents with costs related to the purchase of energy efficient furnaces, water heaters, and upgrading insulation and air/duct sealing. The program has provided more than $225,000 to over 550 residents in that time.

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Program Funding Status

For the July 1, 2020 to June 30, 2021 Program Term: 14% of 2020 to 2021 funding has been distributed.

The Energy Rebate Program has limited annual funding ($20,000 for Fiscal Year 2021) and rebates are provided while funding is available, on a first-come, first-served basis.

Funding Cycle

Rebate applications for this funding cycle (July 1, 2020 to June 30, 2021) have been accepted since July 1, 2020 for work completed on or after June 1, 2020.

Energy Rebate Application Steps

Please note that energy applications must be submitted within 30 days after completion.

  • Carefully review all information provided in the Program Information Packet to ensure your planned upgrades qualify for rebates and that you understand all program rules and restrictions. This document includes a step-by-step guide, program rules, and rebate qualifications.
  • Download an application to submit (PDF). Provide all required information and back-up documents, including invoices and permits as required. Email the application or mail it to the Sustainability Section at 419 N Mogollon Street
  • Upon submission and acceptance, you should receive your rebate check within six weeks of application submission.

Important Program Documents & Links

Resources

If you have additional questions or concerns please call 928-213-2150 or email the sustainability section.

View a list of other rebates and incentives available in our region. The Water Services Division also offers rebates on low flow toilets, turf reduction, and rain water harvesting.

Program Changes

In order to better serve the Flagstaff residents and maximize the reach of this program, the City of Flagstaff made changes to the rebate program in 2018. View a detailed list of these changes (PDF), which include updated qualifications, new rebate structures and amounts, new water heater rebate types and a redesigned application form.

2018 to 2019 Program Statistics

The Energy Rebate Program provided rebates for energy efficiency in 63 Flagstaff homes in the 2019 Fiscal Year (July 1, 2018 to June 30, 2019). These upgrades will save 192,303 killowatt-hours of energy annually, reduce our community's greenhouse gas emissions, and help Flagstaff residents save over $6,845 in energy costs every year.