Steamboat briefs: YVEA starts new metering deployment west of city | SteamboatToday.com

Steamboat briefs: YVEA starts new metering deployment west of city







Yampa Valley Electric Association is beginning deployment of its advanced metering infrastructure project for members on the west side of Steamboat Springs, Milner and surrounding areas.

Members will receive a phone call a few days prior to YVEA being in their area. Members do not need to be home for YVEA to install the meter. For the most part, power will not be interrupted, but if interruptions should occur, residents may have to reset some of their electronic devices.

YVEA will leave a courtesy notice on residents' doors when meter installation is completed.

Notify YVEA at 970-879-1160 of any access or safety issues or concerns crews should be aware of prior to installing the meters.

For detailed information on AMI, as well as a map of deployment in neighborhoods and subdivisions, visit yvea.com and click on the AMI icon.

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