North Huntingdon Township
Change in Meeting Date
The Board of Directors of the North
Huntingdon Township Municipal Authority has changed
date of its October, 2016 Regular Meeting and Work
The Regular Meeting will be on Wednesday, October 19,
2016 at 7:00 PM and will be held at
the Youghiogheny Sewage Treatment Plant, 4222 Turner
Valley Road, North Huntingdon, PA
15642. see attachment Official Notice
The Customer Portal provides
you with the opportunity to access your account information and
activity. In addition, you will be able to view and pay your bills
using the Portal.
your own portal account through self-registration. Click HERE to view the brochure.
Sign up for e-Bills
View or Print your bills
View your billing payment
and adjustment history
View your usage history
(commercial accounts only)
Pay your bills
via e-Check with NO (zero) FEE (e-Check
only at this time)
access our new Customer Portal go to
Press Release 05/12/16 - Rate Increase/Budget
The North Huntingdon Township Municipal Authority
(NHTMA) took action at its regular meeting on May 11, 2016 to adopt a
$9.6 million dollar annual budget, as well as update its $11.1 million
dollar five-year capital improvement plan designed to continue
repairing its aging infrastructure. The
Authority's 2017 fiscal year began on May 1, 2016.
NHTMA Board of Directors are
happy to report there will be no rate increases projected or included
in the Fiscal Year 2016 Operating Budget or Capital Improvements Plan,
however a $2.50 per month increase is needed for Fiscal Year 2017
Operating Budget. This increase is a direct result of a $5.00 per month
rate increase imposed by the Western Westmoreland Municipal Authority
(WWMA) in 2016.
Authority has taken action to increase tap fees to $3,950 per EDU
effective July 1, 2016. The tap fee is calculated based on a formula
prescribed by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and permits an
Authority to recover allowable costs that have been spent on capital
expenditures. The Authority's consulting engineer reviews the tap fee
annually as part of the budget process to ensure that new customers who
tap into the system are paying their fair share of prior system costs.
the full press release.
ACH Bank Drafting (Zero Convenience Fees)
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 ACH
Bank 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 new service.
Please click HERE for our
brochure detailing all payment options available.
Online Debit/Credit Card
Payments (Convience Fee Applies)
addition 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. Please
note however you may pay on-line utilizing our CUSTOMER PORTAL and pay
via e-Check directly from your bank account with no additional fees.
Customers can click on the following link Online Bill Payment
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).
has 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.
the official Press Release.
NHTMA's Public Records
Access Policy "Open Records Act"
Resolution #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 here for Procedures (pdf) or visit the
"Notices" section of our website for Procedures and Resolution #1 of
requests for review and/or duplication of public records shall be
submitted to the Authority in writing. Use the Authoritys Public
Records Review/Duplication Request Form (pdf)
Click the link to the left or visit the "Forms" section of our website.