The James City Service Authority Initiates Rain Sensor Rebate Program
Date: July 28, 2005
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Beth Davis, JCSA Environmental Education Coordinator
Phone: (757) 253-6859
James City County, VA - The James City Service Authority (JCSA) has created a new Rain Sensor Rebate program to reinforce water conservation efforts. Rain sensors prevent irrigation systems from turning on during and after a rainstorm, and thus, limit wasteful water use.
JCSA customers with irrigation systems installed prior to March 8, 2005, are eligible to receive up to a $50 rebate towards the purchase of a rain sensor. In order to qualify for this rebate program, JCSA customers must set rain sensors to 1/4 inch.
JCSA customers wanting to participate in the rebate program may print out a rebate form on www.jccEgov.com or pick one up at the JCSA offices (Building E) in the County Complex located at 101 Mounts Bay Road or the County's Satellite Office located at 3127 Forge Road. Forms must be submitted with the customer's name, address, phone, fax, and email address along with a copy of his/her receipt from the rain sensor purchase. All completed rebate forms must be mailed to: Beth Davis, JCSA Environmental Education Coordinator, P.O. Box 8784, Williamsburg, Virginia 23187 or faxed to (757) 253-6850. Rebates will be processed within 30 days of receipt.
The JCSA encourages water conservation, which in turn reduces the costs of service to JCSA customers, and continues to educate its customers on wise water use. For more information, visit www.bewatersmart.org or call (757) 253-6859.