Free Toilets for Low-Income Homeowners

We offer free water-saving toilets for income-qualified homeowners. Toilets are the biggest water-user in most homes. Replacing an older toilet with a new, water-efficient toilet will help keep your water and sewer bill as low as possible.

What's included?

  • One free toilet per household
  • Toilet installation
  • Removal and recycling of your old toilet


Eligibility Requirements

  • Your home or condominium building must receive a water bill from Seattle Public Utilities
  • You must live in the home you own
  • Your existing toilet must have been manufactured before 2004. View this document to determine when your toilet was manufactured (pdf).
  • You must meet the 2023 income guidelines below

Your income qualifies if...

This many people live in your household And your total (gross) monthly income is less than That's the same as a gross yearly income of less than
1 $3,932 $47,184
2 $5,142 $61,704
3 $6,352 $76,224
4 $7,562 $90,744
5 $8,772 $105,264
6 $9,982 $119,784
Each Additional $227 $2,724

Note: Gross household income is the combined income of all the people residing in the household who are 18 years or older, before taxes are taken out. Gross income is based on 80% of the state's median income.


To Participate

Call or email our partner, Sound Generations Minor Home Repair, at (206) 448-5751 or (email preferred). If you qualify, Sound Generations Minor Home Repair will schedule an appointment to check your toilets, showerheads, and faucet aerators and install water-saving replacements as needed.

If you do not qualify for this program, $100 rebates may be available through the Saving Water Partnership.


Public Utilities

Andrew Lee, General Manager and CEO
Address: 700 5th Avenue, Suite 4900, Seattle, WA, 98104
Mailing Address: PO Box 34018, Seattle, WA, 98124-5177
Phone: (206) 684-3000

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Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) is comprised of three major direct-service providing utilities: the Water Utility, the Drainage and Wastewater Utility, and the Solid Waste Utility.