VOLUNTARY SEWER EXTENSION REQUESTS
The Connoquenessing Township Sewer Authority, in accordance with the approved Act 537 Sewage Plan, is proceeding with design of a new public sewage system to service the southeastern portion of Connoquenessing Township.
In late 2020, the Authority mailed notices to all property owners along the proposed route of sewage lines. By ordinance, dwellings and businesses located within 150 feet of a constructed sewer main must connect to the new system. The Authority will soon consider voluntary connections or extensions of service to properties that lie outside of the 150-foot mandatory tap-in area.
Connoquenessing Township property owners in the project area who did not receive a mailed notice in late 2020 but would like the Authority to consider an extension of service to their residence or business should complete the “Voluntary Sewer Extension Request Form” and return it to the Connoquenessing Township office by Wednesday, April 21, 2021 at 4:00 p.m. Each property owner who wishes to request service must complete a form.
Upon receipt of a request form, the Authority will evaluate the request for voluntary extension as part of the sewage system’s final design. Submission of this form does not guarantee or obligate the Authority to furnish service to a property.
Residents currently connected to a community wastewater treatment system operated by a mobile home park, homeowner’s association, or equivalent, do not need to complete this request process and will be addressed at a later date.
Questions regarding the project or this voluntary request process should be directed to Richard Lenhart, P.E., Authority Engineer, at (412) 826-5454, extension 136 or the Connoquenessing Township office at (724) 486-3888.
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