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City Going Door to Door to Change-out Old Water Meters

January 27, 2011

01/28/11 Jeff Yeazel, Assistant Water Superintendent has announced a new water meter replacement program in the City of Plymouth.   

The City of Plymouth Water Department will continue for the next few months going door to door replacing outdated water meters.  Generally the meter change out take 30 minutes or less. 

Currently the Water Department is focusing on replacing the old water meters with the new radio read meters in the Baker Street and South Michigan Street area although they are working all around the city.  City employees do wear uniforms, have photo ID’s and drive marked city trucks.

If having your meter changed during the day-time hours presents an inconvenience, customers are encouraged to make an appointment for the meter change out at the City Office in person or by calling 936-2124. If a city water customer is not home a letter will be left on the door asking you to set up an appointment for the procedure.


One Response to “ City Going Door to Door to Change-out Old Water Meters ”

  1. CommonCents on January 30, 2011 at 6:57 pm

    They report how many meters they replaced each month, but how many are left to go??? I had mine replaced a couple years back, but is it now part of the “new water meter replacement program”? This shouldn’t be a never-ending process should it?