Free Lawn Passes

Tear out your lawn, get more free cash. LADWP ups rebates for customers who cut their lawns, apply fertilizers and sod, and trim down trees. The new incentives run from March 1, 2020 to Dec. 31, 2020.

For the uninitiated, a “lawn pass” is a free season of free landscaping services and/or discounts. These “lawn passes” are offered by your local utility and your local municipal service agency and generally are based on the amount of square footage in your yard or lawn. Often the passes are only available during the off-peak hours or on a specific day or week.

We’re offering free lawn passes through March 11 in your area. We are offering the passes for one month, but if the price exceeds the $50 value, then we will extend it for an additional month. We are offering three free passes per year. If you’d like to find out how many free passes you would qualify for in your area before applying, then simply fill our form on the form. We offer all lawn passes to our residential customers.

Lawn passes will apply no matter if you have a lawn area larger than 200 square feet or a smaller lawn area. The passes are available on a first-come, first-served basis for residential customers and can only be applied towards your lawn area. We recommend applying the passes when your lawn area is being cut back.

The passes are valid all year whether or not we use it. The passes are also valid in the days and months before and after a City celebration, like Father’s Day, Mother’s Day or Labor Day. We are currently considering offering the passes in other holiday months.

The reason we are offering the free passes is to encourage our customers to get out to cut their lawns and apply fertilizers. Cutting back your lawn will allow the city more time to use those passes.

We understand this promotion is something for local residents, so we can offer the free passes for everyone (residential and commercial). This is a new program for us, and we hope to get as many customers as possible to apply for the free passes.

LAWrenceville residents are already receiving a

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