Green Spot

Rebate Checklist

To make sure you have everything ready to submit your rebate, please read through the checklist below!

  1. Did you complete the online course or attend a workshop and receive a 2020 voucher?
    • Previous years and expired vouchers will NOT be accepted for reimbursement. Please contact our office if you have an expired voucher.

  2. Is the item you purchased an eligible rebate item?
    • The item must be listed as an eligible item on your voucher to be reimbursed for the purchased.
    • Rain barrels must be enclosed with lid and have a properly installed & level diverter system. 
    • Compost bins must be enclosed or have adequate rodent protection in place. Click for rodent proofing ideas.
    • Plants must be planted in the ground.
    • Invasive species, annuals, vegetables, herbs, aquatics, or seeds will not be reimbursed. Click for our Invasive Species, Do-Not-Plant list.

  3. Do you have a copy of your receipt from a licensed retailer that clearly states the item name and cost?
    • Receipts must include: Retailer name and location, date, name of item purchased, and amount of sale.
    • Plant receipts must indicate species name! If your receipt only lists "perennial", be sure to inlcude species names in the comments and attach a photo of plant tags.
    • DIY parts and pieces, hand written receipts, or items exchanged privately between two parties will not be accepted!

  4. Did you install, assemble, or plant your rebate item and are ready to provide photos?
    • Photos will not be accepted if item is still in the box, unplanted or from the internet web description page.
    • Plants must be planted in the ground. No raised garden beds, planters, or hanging baskets.
    • Photos must clearly show proof of diverter system for rain barrels, rodent protection for on the ground compost bin, and plant tags must be included with plant reimbursement requests.

Ready to submit?

Please note- Our office is still closed for health and safety concerns. Rebates will still be processed and sent out but will be delayed. Most payments can be expected within 60 days.