Peters Township Sanitary Authority
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Our Organization
Board of Directors
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Financial Information
Service Area
Brush Run WPCP
Donaldson Crossroads WPCP
Sewer Collection System
PTSA Right to Know
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Billing and Collection
Sewer Backup Tips
Brush Run Improvements
Donaldson Crossroads
Piney Fork Planning
Valley View Sewer Extension
Friar Lane Sewer Shed Project

News Bulletin Board

Download March's Board Agenda (PDF)

Our latest Newsletter is now available online. Visit PTSA News

Sewage Billing Insert. Visit PTSA News

Download DC Organic Tap Management Plan (PDF) as amended by the Board on March 12, 2013.



* * * *   I M P O R T A N T     N O T I C E   * * * *

Effective March 15, 2015 -The Property Transfer Dye Testing Fees will increase to $175.00 per parcel and parcels without water $225.00. Download Notification

Effective December 1, 2014 - The Authority will send sewage bills directly to our customers, collect payments, and process all sewage lien letter requests. Jordan Tax Serivce is no longer providing this service.

THE AUTHORITY DOES NOT BILL OR COLLECT FOR SANITATION (GARBAGE) - Jordan Tax Service is still providing this service.

Quick Links

Billing and Collection Page / Property Tranfers/Dye Testing Page

About PTSA

The Peters Township Sanitary Authority, located in Washington County, Pennsylvania, is a municipal corporation organized under the provision of the Municipal Authorities Act of 1945 as amended.  The Sanitary Authority was incorporated by the Township on March 20, 1964, for the purpose of providing and maintaining a sanitary sewer collection, conveyance, and treatment systems for the western portion of Peters Township.  A second Authority, the Peters Creek Sanitary Authority, serves the eastern portion.  The Sanitary Authority’s corporate life is extended until August 1, 2040. 

The system provides service to approximately 6,000 customers.  The sewerage facilities are comprised of two treatment plants; the Brush Run Water Pollution Control Plant (BR WPCP) and the Donaldson Crossroads Water Pollution Control Plant (DC WPCP), eight pumping stations, and approximately 130 miles of sewer.

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Our Policies

Backwater Valves
Deduct Meters
Grease Traps
Property Transfer / Dye Testing
Sewer Connection Tapping Fees
Sewer Vent Caps