The Millcreek Township Sewer Authority and Water Authority are municipal authorities formed according to the Pennsylvania Municipality Authorities Act. A municipal authority is a government agency founded by a municipal entity (Millcreek Township) to meet some specific need of the founding municipality. It is governed by a Board of Directors appointed by the founding municipality and is a separate legal and functional entity. A municipal authority, by law, is a non-profit entity, receives no direct taxpayer funding, pays no sales tax and is eligible for low-cost financing and grants that are available for government entities. A municipal authority isn’t controlled by the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission, but rates must be set according to state standards for municipal authorities. We are required to meet all standards for public safety and environmental protection as regulated by state and federal environmental laws.
In this way, a municipal authority is able to run in a cost-effective and efficient manner that results in affordable rates for public services such as the water and sewer services that the Sewer and Water Authorities provide. The Millcreek Township Sewer and Water Authorities are able to work directly with ratepayers (water and sewer customers) to meet their needs and to develop partnerships and cooperative programs with neighboring municipal water and sewer systems. Millcreek Township Sewer and Water Authorities customers benefit not only from our status as a municipal authority, but also our business-like approach to fulfilling our responsibilities.
||Notice: The office of the Sewer and Water Authorities will be closed on September 1st for the Labor Day Holiday.
Account Certification Form
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Automatic Bank Drafting
With our free Automatic Bank Draft service, your sewer and water bills will be automatically paid from your checking or savings account. Just download the application, complete it, and return it to us to start enjoying this benefit.
Pay your utility bill using your credit cards.
To make an online payment go to MuniciPayOnline.
This payment does not guarantee the prevention of water termination on the day of shut-off. Please contact the Authority office.
Accepting Discover, Master Card, and Visa.
A third-party convenience fee will apply to cardholders who wish to pay via credit card. This fee is required in order to allow the Authority the option to accept payments via credit card. Such fee will be disclosed to cardholder at time of transaction with the option to decline the fee and making payments via cash or check. Nationwide Payment Solutions is an authorized Level 1 PCI-DSS third-party processor of these regulated convenience fees.
This fee will be 2.45% ($3.00 minimum).
MT Millcreek Township
EPA Environmental Protection Agency
DEP Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection
PMAA Pennsylvania Municipal Authorities Association