|North Wales Water Authority Bucks County Division Office (Oct. 1)|
|As of October 1, 2019, the public water system has been transferred to North Wales Water Authority (NWWA). All water and meter-related service orders should be coordinated with their new Bucks County Division Office.|
|Online Payment Information|
|Bucks County Water and Sewer Authority (Nov. 14)|
|As of November 14, 2019, the public sewer system has been transferred to Bucks County Water and Sewer Authority (BCWSA). All sewer related matters should be coordinated with their Office.
Office: 1275 Almshouse Road, Warrington, PA 18976.
Water and Sewer Department – Contact Info:
Christian R. Jones, Director of Water and Sewer/
Assistant to the Manager
852 Easton Road, Warrington, Pa 18976
Director of Water and Sewer/Assistant to the Manager- Christian R. Jones
Mr. Jones received his Bachelor Degree in History from Temple University and recently received his Master Degree in Public Administration with a Certificate in City Management from Villanova University.
Mr. Jones also served as Villanova University’s 2016-2017 International City/County Management Association (ICMA) Student Chapter President. He has been working in local government since 2009 gaining experience in various areas including: administration, parks and recreation, zoning, code enforcement, emergency management and water and sewer.
Mr. Jones is an active member of ICMA, the Association of Pennsylvania Municipal Management (APMM), the Pennsylvania Municipal Authorities Association (PMAA) and was appointed the Coordinator for the Bucks County Consortium of Communities in November of 2017.
Starting as a temporary employee in Warrington Township’s Code Enforcement Department and subsequently becoming an Intern for the same Department, he then became the Water and Sewer Services Coordinator in January 2015, and transitioned into the Director of Water and Sewer/Assistant to the Manager position in October 2015.
Notice to Residents Not Connected to Public Water and/or Sewer:
If you own a property that is not connected to public water and/or public sewer and either one or both is available, the following two ordinances are applicable upon the sale of your property and should be included in your agreement of sale:
Public Sewer Ordinance # 95-3 enacted February 21, 1995 by the Board of Supervisors and Public Water Ordinance # 2003-O-15 enacted September 9, 2003 by the Board of Supervisors.
Both Ordinances state that all persons owning an occupied building now erected upon property accessible to sanitary sewer system and or public water system shall at their own expense connect such building within ninety (90) days after notice to do so from the Township or Warrington Township Water and Sewer Department.
Please contact the Water and Sewer Department at 215-343-1800 to obtain more information.
2019 Water and Sewer Bills (NOTE: As of October 1, 2019 Water has been transferred to North Wales Water Authority and as of November 14, 2019 Sewer has been transferred to Bucks County Water and Sewer Authority)
The Board of Supervisors approved Water Rate and Sewer Rate adjustments in conjunction with the 2019 Budget. These adjustments reflect increased costs in our water purchase from North Wales Water Authority, the acquisition of a PENNVEST loan to install filtration systems on four (4) public wells not covered by our Cooperative Agreement with the Air National Guard, and a Bond Issue to proceed with a Meter Replacement program and the final phase of the Palomino Farms Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation project.
2018 Adopted Rates
|Districts 1 & 2|
|Water per 1,000 gallons||$5.17|
|Sewer per 1,000 gallons||$6.67|
2019 Adopted Rates
|Districts 1 & 2|
|Water per 1,000 gallons||$7.16|
|Sewer per 1,000 gallons||$6.15|
Click the link below to see where Warrington’s bills stand in comparison to our neighboring communities:2019 Bill Comparison
ACH Billing Issues letter
Why the proposed Water & Sewer Facility sale cannot be placed on the ballot as a referendum?