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$4.05/100 cubic feet +  meter service charge and $3.25 fire hydrant fee

$75.60 for 1st 1500 cubic feet + $59.40 for each 1000 cubic feet overage (per unit)

It is recommended that customers let their water run a bit before using if it has been sitting overnight or any other extended period of time.


$3,000/Water EDU

$3,000/Sewer EDU

The Authority does not install sewer. The Authority will install water with the cost of labor and materials billed in addition.

Mailing Address:
Hamburg Municipal Center
Attn: Hamburg Municipal Authority
61 North 3rd Street
Hamburg, PA 19526

Physical Address:
Hamburg Wastewater Plant
2 State Street
Hamburg, PA 19526

Hamburg Water Filtration Plant
Reservoir Road
Hamburg, PA 19526

Department Business Hours
Monday through Friday

7:00am to 3:30pm
(Excluding Holidays)

Phone: (610) 562-7821
Fax: (610) 562-8461



Water & Wastewater Superintendent
Keith L. Brobst 

Wastewater Plant Lead Operator
Kim Cherry
Wastewater Plant Operator
Robert Grugan

Collection System Specialist
David Mazaika

Water Plant Lead Operator
Anthony Lascala
Water Plant Operator
Matthew Reichert

The Wastewater Treatment Plant went on line in 1963 as a primary treatment plant. The system was expanded and upgraded to secondary treatment in 1974 with a blower system added in 1982. The plant was upgraded again in 1993 with the addition of aerobic digestion. The Authority also began taking sewage from Tilden Township. The latest upgrade began in 2006 and was completed in 2007. This consisted of the construction of an oxidation ditch and an increase in the permitted flow for 1.0 million gallons per day (MGD) to 1.5 MGD.

The Authority absorbed with the Windsor Township Authority in 2001 at which time it also became responsible for the operation of the system, which was formerly leased to the borough. The Authority also operates the water system consisting of the distribution system and the Furnace Creek Water Filtration Plant, as well as 4 wells. Wells 2, 3, and 4 are located in the watershed in Windsor Township near the filtration plant and Well 5 is located in Windsor Township on Upland Court. The Authority is also permitting 2 new wells also located in the water shed. There is also a 30,000,000 gallons impoundment located in the watershed.

The filtration plant went on line in 1996 and has 2 filters which feature an up flow clarifier and conventional filtration. Each filter is permitted at 0.400 MGD.