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Thursday, January 28, 2021

City replaces over 30,000 outdated water meters

The city recently completed a $14 million project to replace existing water meters that were past their designed useful life with new meters that will provide customers a better understanding of their water usage. 

Via a web portal, utility customers will soon have direct access to their hourly water usage readings and will be able to set up alarms for leaks and high usage. The portal is scheduled to launch this summer.

Thank you for your patience while the Public Works and Utilities Department replaced your water meter.

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