Due to the COVID-19 disaster emergency, and in accordance with Act 15 of 2020, the regularly scheduled May 13, 2020 meeting of the Board of Directors of the Upper Moreland-Hatboro Joint Sewer Authority will be held through the use of Zoom Video Communications ("Zoom"). The meeting will be held at 6:00 p.m. on May 13, 2020. No one will be present at the physical administrative offices of the Upper Moreland-Hatboro Joint Sewer Authority. You may join the meeting by downloading Zoom software from the internet. For the Zoom meeting identification number and password, please contact the Authority's general manager, Eric Lindhult, by email at email@example.com. You may provide public comment prior to the meeting by mail addressed to Mr. Lindhult at the Upper Moreland-Hatboro Joint Sewer Authority, 2875 Terwood Road, Willow Grove, PA 19090. You may also submit public comment during the meeting by email addressed to Mr. Lindhult at the email address shown above.
PLEASE BE ADVISED UMHJSA IS CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC & IS NO LONGER ACCEPTING IN PERSON PAYMENTS.
PLEASE PLACE YOUR PAYMENTS THROUGH THE MAIL SLOT,
OR MAIL YOUR PAYMENT, OR PAY ONLINE THROUGH YOUR BANK
We appreciate that people are using disinfecting wipe and baby wipes to clean surfaces during the pandemic. These types of wipes, along with paper towels should NEVER be flushed down the toilet, since they do not breakdown in the sewer collection system and increase the likelihood that your toilet or lateral will clog. Clogged plumbing that requires plumbers to come to your house to fix this unnecessary problem can put your family and others at risk due to the COVID 19 virus. PLEASE only flush toilet paper down your toilet and no other paper products. Wipes and paper towels should be disposed of with your household trash.
The Upper Moreland-Hatboro Joint Sewer Authority provides collection, conveyance and treatment of wastewater from its customers in the Borough of Hatboro and Upper Moreland Township, and services portions of Bryn Athyn Borough, Horsham Township, Upper Dublin Township and Warminster Township. Our major goal is to protect the water quality of local and US waterways: the Pennypack Creek, Delaware River, Delaware Bay and Atlantic Ocean.
The Authority accepts VISA, Master Card and Discover credit cards and debit cards for payment of sewer bills only when the customer is paying the bill in person at the Authority’s business office. Please be advised that beginning February 15, 2016, a 2% transaction fee will be applied to payments made by credit card or debit card. This will defray the processing costs charged to the Authority by the credit and debit card companies.
Since January 1, 2017, a service fee based on your meter size has been added to all bills (see tab below right). Usage rates (charges for water used) will remain as shown below.
Please note effective September 3, 2013, Portnoff Law Associates is the Authority's new Collection Agent for delinquent accounts.