Why is my water meter being replaced?

The City of Tomball is replacing all manual-read and aging residential and commercial water utility customers as part of a project to upgrade and modernize the City's water billing infrastructure. It is expected to take 12 months to replace all of the 4,800 meters throughout the City’s water utility system. The City is working with the company Aqua-Metric to replace meters and complete the project. 

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1. Why is my water meter being replaced?
2. How much will this new meter cost me?
3. What is an AMI meter?
4. How long will it take to complete the installation of a new meter?
5. When will my meter be replaced?
6. How do I know who is authorized to do the work?
7. Will I be notified before work begins?
8. Will I be notified if the installation was not completed in my neighborhood?
9. Will I be notified if the installation of my meter was not completed?
10. Will I be notified after work is completed?
11. How long will I be without water?
12. Do Aqua-Metric or City of Tomball employees need to come inside my house?
13. Is there any special care or maintenance that I need to do to my new AMI meter?
14. I still have questions, where can I get additional information?