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West Jordan, Utah

Building a Bridge to AMI

One of Utah’s fastest growing cities, West Jordan blossomed from a population of 4,221 in 1970 to over 111,000—and is still growing. West Jordan’s water system is operated by the Public Works Department. Public Works maintains over 23,000 water meters, Read More >

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Oakdale, CA

Managing Demand Collaboratively

In 2013, the city of Oakdale faced questions about the future of their water system. Located in California’s Central Valley, Oakdale relies on groundwater for 100% of its supply. The water is pristine, pumped straight from aquifers into faucets with Read More >

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Greeley, CO

Right-Sizing Budgets with Analytics

The City of Greeley, Colorado is located in a semi-arid climate, receiving 12-14 inches of precipitation per year. During the drought of 2002, Ruth Quade, Greeley’s Water Conservation Coordinator, needed to come up with the right solution to stimulate greater Read More >

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Roseville, CA

Tackling Customer Education

The City of Roseville has been lucky with water. Situated in Northern California and located conveniently near to Folsom Lake Reservoir, the City of Roseville has, historically, had a sufficient supply of water. However, as supplies have dwindled in recent Read More >
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Park City, Utah

Park City Powering Leak Alerts with AMI

In 2009 Park City Water began replacing their old analog water meters with Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) technology to be able to view and track water usage in real time. AMI offers cost savings from automated meter reading and, when Read More >