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No, if there is a city-supplied lock on the gate, the AMI Meter Inspector has a key to the lock.
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We are inspecting the overhead utility service line from the transformer to the weather head, the connections at the weather head, the electric meter box, and the electric meter itself.
The meter will be inspected on the next business day between 7 a.m. and noon.
Due to the high volume of meters in certain neighborhoods that are in the backyards or have fencing that comes up the side of the house, we leave door hangers on every house in that neighborhood.
The inspections usually take between 5 to 10 minutes.
The electric meters are equipped with a radio module that sends the reading over the Automated Meter Infrastructure (AMI) System on a daily basis.
It is not necessary for you to be home as long as we have access to the meter.
No, there is no need for a city employee to enter your house for any type of meter inspection.