Arlington Heights, IL – Over 18,000 Water Meters to Be Upgraded by 2025

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Arlington Heights, IL – A massive overhaul of Arlington Heights’ residential water meter system is underway, aiming to replace more than 18,000 units by 2025. 

The initiative addresses aging infrastructure issues, ensuring accuracy and reliability in water usage reporting. The Water Meter Replacement Project not only promises to improve operational efficiency but also helps prevent meter failures, which can lead to inaccuracies in water billing.

According to the Village of Arlington Heights, the current replacement effort is a critical step in maintaining the community‚Äôs water and sewer systems. Aging water meters can become less accurate over time, leading to potential discrepancies in water service charges. 

The project’s completion is slated for 2025, signaling the community’s commitment to modernizing its utilities. Residents can find additional information on the process and what to expect during the meter replacement on the village website.

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