Online Debit/Credit Card Payments
(Convience Fee Applies)
customers can pay their sewage bills by using a Debit/Credit
card. Cards accepted are
Master Card, Visa, and Discover, payments can be made
on-line or by automated phone, 24 hours a day, 7 days a
week. These payments cannot be made at the customer
service window of the Municipal Authority.
click on the following link
Bill Payment System,
and follow the easy instructions. Customers may also call
1-877-483-2190 to pay over the phone, please follow the
prompts to complete your transaction. A separate
convenience fee of $3.75 will be charged per transaction,
up to $300.00,
to the customer using this service. If you need to make a
payment larger than $300.00 you will need to complete multiple
transactions, up to $300.00 per transaction, with the $3.75
convenience fee per transaction. This may be done by using
the "Pay another account" feature after you've completed the
initial transaction, you do not need to log out and log back on
(or hang up if using the 1-877-483-2190 to pay over the phone).
entered into a contract with Paymentus Corp. whereby the
convenience fees are paid by the users who choose this secure
method of payment. Because processing fees are expensive,
absorbing these costs might require a rate increase that could
impact the costs for all customers, including those who do not
use the service. Customers are advised of the fee up front, and
have the option of declining before completing the transaction.
for the official Press Release.
ACH Bank Drafting
Take advantage of the convenience of
not having to write a check every month or every quarter for
your sewage bill. By signing up for this service,
NHTMA will automatically deduct your sewage bill directly
from your checking account either monthly or quarterly, you
decide which option works best for you.
Please click the link to print out an
Drafting Authorization (pdf) form or visit
the "Forms" section of our website and click the "ACH Bank
Draft Authorization Form" to begin taking advantage of this
for our brochure detailing all payment options
NHTMA's Public Records Access Policy "Open Records Act"
#1 of 2009 (pdf) sets forth NHTMAs policy
for requesting and processing public records requests in
accordance with Pennsylvanias Right-to-Know Law, Act 3 of
2008. Questions regarding this policy should be directed to
the NHTMA Open Records Officer at 724-863-2860. Click
Procedures (pdf) or visit the "Notices" section of our
website for Procedures and Resolution #1 of 2009.
All requests for review and/or
duplication of public records shall be submitted to the
Authority in writing. Use the Authoritys
Review/Duplication Request Form (pdf)
Click the link to the left or visit the "Forms" section of