Overview

 

Southwestern Pennsyslvania Water Authority was created in December 1951 by Jefferson Borough and Jefferson Township.  In 1953, the Authority acquired ownership of the Trotter, General, Rices Landing and Clarksville Water Companies.  In 1967, the Authority acquired the Waynesburg Water Company system from the American Water Works Company.  Since that time, the Authority has acquired the water systems serving the Villages of Nemacolin, Isabella and Mather and the water system owned by the Southeast Franklin Sewer Authority. 

Southwestern Pennsylvania Water Authority has grown to be one of the the larger Authorities in Pennsylvania.  The Authority has a current customer base of 12,500 accounts serving a population of approximately 45,000 and maintains a pipe network of 7000 miles of pipeline.  The Authority's water system geographically now extends from a point west of Route 40 in Fayette County to Wind Ridge in Western Greene County.  The Authority's water treatment plant, located in Cumberland Township on the Monongahela River, in the center of the comprehensive service territory, serves the entire system.

Municipalities Serviced by Southwestern Pennsylvania Water Authority

Amwell Township, Center Township, Clarksville Borough, Cumberland Township, Deemston Borough, East Bethlehem Township,  Franklin Township, Georges Township, German Township, Gray Township, Jefferson Borough, Jefferson Township,  Luzerne Township, Menallen Township, Morgan  Township, PerryTownship, Greene Township, Redstone Township, Rices Landing Borough, Richhill Township,  Washington Township,   Wayne Township, Waynesburg Borough, West Bethlehem Township, Whitley Township. 

Professional Affiliations:

AWWA – American Water Works Association

ORSANCO – Ohio River Valley; Water Sanitation Commission

PMAA – Pennsylvania Municipal Authorities Association

WWOAP – Water Works Operators’ Association of Pennsylvania

  NRWA -  National Rural Water Association

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Rules and Regulations

The Rules and Regulations are an introduction to your Water Authority and explains your Rights and Responsibilities as a customer. This booklet contains general information, application procedures, deposits, meter readings, Cross Connection Control Program, and much more. If you have any questions feel free to contact our customer service department at (800) 356-4168 or (724) 883-2301 or (724) 627-7445. 

Download: Rules and Regulations

Application for Service

 

All customers requesting water service must complete an application for each account requested. The application is subject to approval by the Authority along with payment of any required fees. 

Please call (800) 356-4168 or (724) 883-2301 or (724) 627-7445 and a customer service representative will discuss requirements. 

Email the completed application along with a copy of an official photo I.D. to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or fax to (724) 883-4925.

View and Print Application for Water Service