Beginning Monday, July 17th, employees from UPA (Utility Partners of America) will begin replacing water meter modules that are not communicating with the City's automated meter reading system.
The change out of a module takes less than 10 minutes and will not cause any interruption in service to City water customers. This will be an ongoing project for approximately 6 weeks.
Employees from UPA will attempt to make contact with homeowners prior to changing out the modules.
Any questions or concerns regarding this project can be directed to Kris Kneese, Assistant Director of Public Works and Utilities, or Jeff Rich, Water Department Superintendent, at (830)997-7521.