The City of Mesquite will begin a meter conversion project for all of its residential and commercial water utility customers. The company Ameresco and their subcontractor Pedal Valve (PVI) were chosen to replace outdated manual meters with upgraded meters as part of an Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) project which will upgrade and modernize the City’s water billing infrastructure. With this AMI water meter project, customers will have access to more frequent detailed information about water consumption, enabling them to have better control over their water usage and monthly bills.
Ameresco and Pedal Valve will begin work in October 2021. Installation is expected to take two years, as the City replaces all 42,000 meters throughout the City’s water utility system.
If you have any questions, please email the City at MeterProject@cityofmesquite.com or call the City’s Utilities Division at 972-216-6278.
Director of Communications and Marketing Wayne Larson and City Manager Cliff Keheley discuss the plans to convert the manual water meters of the City’s 42,000 water utility customers to new electronic smart meters.
Presentation at the April 5 City Council pre-meeting.