The Town of Okotoks' water rebate program is back, with a few changes.

The Water Conservation Rebate Program is meant to encourage residents to invest in water-saving appliances and plants in an effort to conserve water.

This year, the town has adjusted the program to remove the household cap of $200, replacing it with a cap on individual rebate items.

It's intended to incentivize investment in a wider range of water-saving items and allows for more money back for households.

New eligible items have been added, including irrigation master valves and rain barrel spigot replacements, with 20 additional plants.

Free trees are also available from the town as part of their 'Raising the Canopy' project, which also offers extra money for residents for the cost of trees.

A full breakdown of the program can be found on the town's website.