Meter installation will begin in April of 2022 and will continue into 2023.

Yes, but not at the same time. Your electric meter will be installed first, and your water meter installed at a later date.

No, there is no cost to you for the meter replacement.

A door hanger will be hung after the installation to indicate whether the electric or water meter was replaced.

You will receive your electric and water bill just like before. You may notice two different meter readings one from the old meter and one from the new meter. These combine to your normal monthly bill.


802, 2024

Now Hiring – Engineering Supervisor

Bryan Municipal Utilities is currently accepting applications for an Engineering Supervisor. This position is responsible for accurately planning and implementing procedures needed to oversee the operation of the engineering department; plan utility construction and maintenance projects with departmental superintendents, contractors, city engineering, etc., schedule and [...]

802, 2024

Now Hiring – Water Superintendent

Water Superintendent Bryan Municipal Utilities is accepting resumes for Water Superintendent. This position is responsible for the installation, operation and maintenance of the water distribution system, water supply and treatment facilities, water analysis laboratory, elevated storage tanks and related components and facilities.  Position is also [...]

1601, 2024


Due to extremely low temperatures across the PJM region and the eastern area of AEP, expected for Wednesday, January 17th, Bryan Municipal Utilities has received notification that electric loads are projected to be very high and likely that tomorrow morning between 7 AM-9 AM will [...]

2912, 2023

BMU will be closed on MONDAY, JANUARY 1, 2024

Bryan Municipal Utilities office will be closed on Monday, January 01, 2024, in observance of the New Year holiday. We will reopen on Tuesday, January 02, 2024, at 8:00 am. To report a power, internet, or water line break, please call: 419-633-6100 (anytime, day or [...]

111, 2023

Just a reminder, NO signs are to be placed on BMU, power poles.

Just a reminder, NO signs are to be placed on BMU, power poles. This creates a hazard for our lineworkers and aids in the deterioration of the poles. It’s also in the National Electric Safety Code (NESC) to not allow signs on power poles. If [...]

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