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Residents & Businesses

A well-designed, desert-adapted landscape is more than just beautiful—it can help lower your water bill, add value to your home or business, and reduce the time and money you spend on maintenance.

Water is a precious resource, especially for us in the desert. Proper plant selection and appropriate irrigation can significantly reduce water consumption while maintaining the landscapes that are critical to cool the urban environment and enhance our communities.

Hire a Professional

Your landscape is an investment in your home or business. A quality landscape can boost the resale value of a home by 15%, and shoppers are willing to spend more time and more money for goods and services in business districts with high-quality tree canopies. Hire a trained professional who can help you build and protect your investment.

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Why should I hire a professional? How do I hire a professional?

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Find a Smartscape Professional

From residential to commercial services and design to installation to maintenance, find the right Smartscape professional for your outdoor space.

Smartscape Directory

DIY

Before getting your hands dirty, check out these great tools to set you and your landscape on track for success.

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Landscape Resources

Resources for finding the right plant, inspiration, ideas for designing your yard, and watering information are available at your fingertips.

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Businesses, Institutions, & HOAs

As water, sewer, and energy costs continue to rise, the need for water efficiency grows. Thankfully, there are resources to help.

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Rebates

Rebates & Incentives

Be sure to check with your municipality or electric company to learn about available rebates and incentives to help you achieve a sustainable, desert-adapted landscape for your home or business.

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Workshops & Events

Cities, towns, and local organizations host hundreds of educational landscape workshops for residents throughout the year to share information, expertise, and empower us all to be a little more water wise.