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The City of Raymore is pleased to announce the implementation of a water meter conversion program. 

This program will replace approximately 4,000 aging water meters in our community– most well beyond their useful life and prone to inaccurate readings and failures– with new residential water meters.

The new residential water meters will automatically transmit water meter readings to City Hall, eliminating the need to manually read each water meter.

Benefits of the new water meters:

  • Extremely accurate
  • No moving parts, long-lasting
  • Alarms that alert us to an issue, such as an unusually high water usage over a short period of time. We can contact you to see if you have a running toilet or a leak so you can take care of it immediately, rather than finding out when you receive your next bill. 
  • Improved customer service and efficiency.

Water meter conversion start date: June 3, 2019. Workers from RTS Water Solutions have started replacing water meters in Billing Zone 3, and will remain in this zone for approximately four weeks. See a map of billing zones here.

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When will my new meter be installed?
Who will be installing the meters and how long will it take?
Will water meter installers need to come into my home?
How will you be able to read my water meter at City Hall?
My meter seems to work fine. Does it have to be upgraded?
How do you know that my reading is accurate?

Still have questions about the water meter conversion project?

Contact Melissa Paith at Public Works at 816-331-2377.

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