Warrington Township
The Gateway to Bucks County Since 1734

Water/Sewer Bills (Oct. 22)

The Township sent out notifications via our reverse-911 system (Notify), Facebook, and our website indicating that readings were being taken in early October to acquire these final Water usage readings.

The bills that our customers should have just received cover a shorter time period than usual. Customers were billed for anywhere between 1 and 2 months’ worth of usage. While the time period is shorter than usual, it is important to keep in mind that the bills encompass summer months which tend to see an increase in usage. Additionally, some customers may see a higher than normal bill due to obtaining actual meter readings versus previous estimated reading(s).  This means that you are now paying for water and sewer previously used but not billed for.

This will be the last bill you receive from Warrington Township that contains Water charges. The next bill you receive for Water will come directly from NWWA sometime in December. Those bills will be approximately half of what you had previously paid to Warrington Township.

Due to the transition, we are providing customers three (3) months from the bill date of the recently issued bill to pay the bill in full to the Township.

You will receive a final bill from Warrington Township for Sewer usage in late November following the settlement of our Public Sewer System with Bucks County Water and Sewer Authority (BCWSA). There will be no Water charges from Warrington Township on that bill.

If you have any questions concerning this matter, please do not hesitate to contact Christian Jones, Director of Water and Sewer at cjones@warringtontownship.org or 215-343-1800.

 

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