WELCOME TO WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP MUNICIPAL AUTHORITY!
The Municipal Authority of the Township of Washington, Fayette County, Pennsylvania was formed In August 1952 under the provisions of the Pennsylvania Municipal Authorities Act of 1945. MAWT is an incorporated municipal authority in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania by means of its Articles of Incorporation and under ordinances of the participating government entities located in parts of Fayette and Washington County, Pennsylvania. The Authority’s water service area covers approximately 3300 customers in Fayette and Washington Counties. Some of the communities included are Allenport, Elco, Roscoe and Stockdale Boros, Arnold City, Fayette City, Fairhope, Lynnwood, Naomi, Washington Heights, and Washington and Jefferson Townships.
The sewage collection system is in operation for approximately 1500 residents in the Washington Heights, Arnold City, Lynnwood, Naomi, and Brownstown areas.
Municipal Authority of Washington Township
1390 Fayette Ave
Belle Vernon PA 15012
724-929-3370 TTY/TDD 711
Email – MAWT@verizon.net
Office Hours: 8:30am to 4:00pm – Monday- Friday
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**Check out our service interruption page. Should you be without water for a period of time- be sure to check here for information and updates
Water Meetings are the last TUESDAY of the month at 7 pm (Unless otherwise posted). @ 1392 Fayette Ave Belle Vernon
Reorganization Meeting will be held Saturday January 7, 2017 at 10 am.
WE ACCEPT ON-LINE BILL PAYMENTS– CHECK OUT THE PAY BILLS TAB! “WE NOW HAVE “PAY BY CHECK” (E-CHECK) AS AN ON-LINE OPTION”
2015 Water Quality Reports are now available on the water page of this website. Reports will not be mailed. A link to the report will be listed on the water bills. Any customer who would like a paper copy of the report can request a copy by calling or emailing the office. Copies will also be available at the Authority office.
***March 2017– We will be flushing hydrants the next few weeks– you may experience low pressure– or dirty water for a period of time. This is temporary and won’t last long– let your cold water run and it should clear fairly quickly.
Please direct all open records requests to the Open Records Officer, Jan Amoroso.