Public Sewer Customers
If you are a resident who has Public Sewer, here is some commonly requested information that you may find helpful:
- Most residential customers are billed quarterly. Our bills go out in the mail in the months of February, May, August & November.
- For residential customers in the Cedar Park Pump Station District, your bill consists of two parts: a usage charge based on your water consumption, and a service charge.
- You must pay your bill in 30 days or you will be assessed a penalty of 10% APR & a $5.00 Admin fee.
- Any sewer account which is 60 or more days in delinquent shall be turned over to the Township Solicitors office for collection. If your account continues to remain in delinquency, the township may place a lien on your property until the debt is satisfied.
- It is the policy of Williams Township to bill owners of properties. We do not bill renters.
- If there is a change in property ownership, please contact Easton Suburban Water Authority at 610-258-7181 to have your meter information updated.
Click here to view Resolution 2016-4 - Public Sewer Fee Schedule
Click here to view Diversion Meter Resolution 2005-25
If you have any questions that were not answered here, feel free to contact the Municipal Office at 610-258-6788, or e-mail Katie at email@example.com.
Please click below to view the requirements for the connection and usage of the Williams Township Public Sanitary Sewage System.
On Lot Septic System - Homeowner Responsibilities
You, the homeowner, are responsible for the care and maintenance of your Individual Sewage Disposal System. With reasonable use and periodic maintenance, your system should last a long time. Here are seven things you should do to insure your system remains in good working order:
- Do regular pumping of the septage from the septic tank.
- Locate the tank riser (septic tank lid) and keep it marked.
- Understand how the system operates, including knowing what the minimum maintenance requirements are for your particular design.
- Respond to a failing system with required maintenance, particularly when surfacing of effluent occurs or odors are apparent.
- Do not dispose of hazardous household wastes in the septic system.
- Recognize the value of the property by having a well-maintained system.
- Keep records of the system design, location, and maintenance activities (including pumping dates).
Click here to view and print our brochure on your responsibilities.
Click here to view Resolution 2013-17 - Permit Fee Schedule for On-Lot Sewage Systems
Click here to view the Holding Tank Ordinance 2014-12
Our Sewage enforcement officer in Williams Township is Joseph Black. His number is: 610-216-8356. please call Joe for septic permits or with any questions you may have.