Sewer Accounts - What To Do When Selling/Buying A Home In The Township
You must send a sewer certification.
Public Sewer accounts serviced by Worcester Township must be certified as of the date of settlement when transferring a property. Send the request form and a $20 check made payable to Worcester Township to the address below as soon as a settlement date is known, but no later than two weeks prior to the settlement date.
1721 Valley Forge Road
Post Office Box 767
Worcester, PA 19490
Public Sewer Serviced By Worcester Township...
A portion of the Township - about 1,000 homes and businesses - are serviced by a sanitary sewer system that is owned and operated by Worcester Township. The remaining properties in our community are serviced by other sewer providers, or possess on-lot septic systems. The below information is for residential properties that are serviced by the Township system. Please note these accounts are billed on a quarterly basis.
Sewer usage from October, November, December 2016.
$129.45/ quarter – increased rate effective
Sewer usage from January, February, March 2017.
Sewer usage from April, May, June 2017.
Sewer usage from July, August, September 2017.
If the due date falls on a weekend, payment must be received by the Township office prior to the due date (e.g. paid ahead of time, dropped off in our mail slot) - you will be subject to a 10% late fee if payment is not received on time.
You may pay via check, cash, credit card (Visa, MasterCard, and Discover - there is a service charge added to any credit card transaction). You may also set up bill pay through your bank to automatically send a check to us on a quarterly basis - please check with your bank about this option.
Yes... the new rate change was adopted at a public meeting of the Board of Supervisors in December of 2016, and the new rate was posted to the Township website and included in the quarterly newsletter that the Township mails to every property in the Township.