Join Greeley Water Thursday for a virtual meeting on the Meter Replacement Project – Greeley Tribune


Over the years, the Town of Greeley has made numerous investments in its water systems. Each additional investment further secures the future of our community’s water.

One of the projects underway is to replace the aging residential water meters in Greeley. This effort will provide the city and customers with industry standard technology, which allows us all to manage our water use in these times of drought and beyond.

I am pleased to invite you to a virtual town hall this Thursday evening, November 18 from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. to learn more about this project. Please follow the hyperlink https://bit.ly/WaterMeterTownHall to attend and use the access code: 767130.

In the past six months, municipal contractor, UMS, has installed nearly 6,000 new residential water meters. The multi-year project will modernize nearly 30,000 residential water meters. Providing our customers with real-time water management tools will limit waste and allow us all to catch up on water leaks before they get costly.

The project is made possible by a matching grant from the US Bureau of Reclamation of $ 1.45 million which minimizes costs. Advanced metering infrastructure has so far helped residents and businesses in our city detect leaks and better manage their water use within their budget.

The City Water and Sewer Council, city leaders, engineers and certified water operators take great pride in our stewardship of the water supply system. Each of us plays an important role in protecting our water resources.

By combining the data from your smart meters with the WaterSmart user app, we become more informed water users. With this meter replacement project, the city’s water utility will provide customers with the tools that will allow every Greeley family to better understand and manage their water use and irrigation habits.

Please join our team of committed water professionals for an information session on the Water Meter Replacement Project and how a new meter can empower your family to take control of your water consumption. ‘water.

To attend, please follow the hyperlink: https://bit.ly/WaterMeterTownHall and use the access code: 767130; or if you are not available on Thursday evening, please visit the project webpage at: https://greeleygov.com/smartmeters to learn more.

– Sean Chambers is Director of Greeley Water and Sewer


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