Leaky and old, inefficient toilets can be the biggest water wasters inside the home. That’s why Tucson Water offers low-income families free replacement of older toilets that use 1.6 or more gallons per flush (gpf).
- Low income
- Homeowner (rental properties not eligible)
- Home made in 2010 or earlier
- Tucson Water customer (or resident of mobile home park, condo, etc., who is a Tucson Water customer)
- Households of one person are eligible for one toilet replacement; households of two or more persons eligible for two toilet replacements
Total income of all household residents must be less than the following to be considered low income:
|Number of Persons in Household||2019 Annual Income Limit|
|1||$35,800 yr / $2,983 mo|
|2||$40,900 yr / $3,408 mo|
|3||$46,000 yr / $3,833 mo|
|4||$51,100 yr / $4,258 mo|
|5||$55,200 yr / $4,600 mo|
|6||$59,300 yr / $4,942 mo|
|7||$63,400 yr / $5,283 mo|
|8||$67,500 yr / $5,625 mo|
How to Apply/More Information
Community Home Repair Projects of Arizona (CHRPA) installs toilets on behalf of the Tucson Water program. To sign up for a free toilet replacement, call CHRPA at 520-745-2055 or visit their web page . NOTE: Amid concerns over coronavirus/COVID-19, CHRPA is making some changes in its service delivery. Contact CHRPA for more information.
For more information, call 520-791-4331 or e-mail Tucson Water's Public Information and Conservation Office (PICO).