For general project questions, email Chad Lynn at firstname.lastname@example.org. For questions about installing your new water meter, call Keystone Utility Systems at 877.587.2279.
For customers who would like to continue receiving City / SAWS water service, a new water meter and/or endpoint will be required.
The new system will allow customers to manage their water consumption and monitor their own usage through a secure web-based customer portal called Mi.Net. The City will not actively monitor individual customer water use. Because [...]
Please address the specifics of the meter-reading network and the replacement of the existing system.
Meters: The new water metering system will consist of essentially the same hardware components as the existing system, but meters will now be solid state, which means they are less prone to mechanical issues and [...]
The City is proactive in garnering grants and loans for infrastructure improvements, which supports short- and long-term economic development. We’ve been planning for this meter replacement project for years, knowing that the meters were coming [...]
Most of Sheridan’s water meters are about 20 years old, the typical useful life for a water meter. Older meters tend to be less accurate and more prone to maintenance issues.
The project will cost about $3.8 million, and the City and SAWS-JPB are covering half of the cost through a state loan that comes with 100% principal forgiveness (a grant). The remaining half will be [...]
All citizens that rely on the City of Sheridan or SAWS-JPB for their water must have their meter replaced. Residents in Downer Addition will have their endpoints replaced.
For City and Powder Horn residents, water meters are typically located indoors within a basement, crawl space or utility closet. For County residents, water meters are typically located outside in a meter pit. For County [...]
Today, meters are read by a meter technician who drives around in a truck that transmits a signal to read water use in each meter location. Current mechanical meters will be replaced with solid-state meters [...]
Net is the city’s new online customer portal – which becomes available to each water customer once their installation is complete. There, you can track your water use and set alerts. The City and SAWS-JPB [...]
Keystone Utility Systems is installing the meters. All installers will always be in uniform wearing a Keystone Utility Systems badge. For more information or questions about your water meter installation, call Keystone Utility Systems at [...]
If your water meter is located within your home or business, a person 18 years of age or older must be present during the meter installation. If your water meter is located outside in a [...]