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Rebuilding with Rebates After the Fire

To help with post-disaster rebuilding efforts, Colorado Springs Utilities (CSU) is helping Mountain Shadows residents in three ways:

  • Rebates on products and whole home construction.
  • Re-vegetation for homes in the burn area. See application for exclusions and details.
  • Information on getting the most value out of your reconstruction, and ways to maximize your utility dollars.

CSU will be providing in-depth presentations on high-performance homes and the value you can gain from rebuilding green. It doesn't have to cost more, but it can be more comfortable, more valuable, and more rewarding. Look for information soon on presentation dates, times, and topics.

Click below to learn how CSU plans to support these efforts.

Rebuilding with Rebates after the Fire (PDF)

Click here to download the Rebate Application

For questions specific to these programs, please call 719-668-4555.

Other utilities questions can be answered by visiting
or calling 719-448-4800.

Read more about CSU rebate programs

Colorado Springs Together is an independent 501(c)(3) Non-Profit
Colorado Springs Together is a community-driven volunteer effort, and is an independent 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. The team members are distinguished citizens and business professionals in the community facilitating and coordinating a quick and effective rebuilding process for the neighborhoods devastated on June 26th by the fire. The donations received will go towards the activities required to help restore the lives and the neighborhoods affected by the fire at the same time maintaining a strong sense of community during the rebuilding process.

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