Township Sewer Rates & Bill Information

Coming Soon- Pay Your Sewer Bill Online

The Lower Moreland Sewer Department will be soon be accepting MasterCrad, Discover, Visa, and electronic checks for online sewer payments. A convenience fee of 2.45% or $3.00 minimum will be applied to cardholders or $1.50 if paying with an electronic check.

Sewer rates effective January 1, 2014.

Residential Rates:

  • Base: $127.00 per quarter
  • Usage: $2.56 per 1,000 gallons exceeding 7,000 gallons of metered water

Residential Well:

  • Flat: $152.00 per quarter

Residential Multi-Family:

  • Base: $127.00 per quarter
  • Usage: $2.56 per 1,000 gallons above the metered amount determined by multiplying the number of units by 7,000 gallons.

Residential Multi-Family Wells:

  • Flat: $152.00 per quarter

Commercial, Industrial or Institutional:

  • Base: $147.00 per quarter
  • Usage: $10.27 per 1,000 gallons exceeding 14,000 gallons of metered water.

Billing:

 

Service Period
Billing Date
Aqua Readings*
Billing Due Date

1/1 to 3/31

January 1

7/1 to 9/30

February 28

4/1 to 6/30

April 1

10/1 to 12/31

May 31

7/1 to 9/30

July 1

1/1 to 3/31

August 31

10/1 to 12/31

October 1

4/1 to 6/30

November 30

*All usage readings are obtained from Aqua Pennsylvania, Inc.

For questions on your sewer bill, please contact Tara Lizzi, sewer clerk at 215-947-3100 or
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Sewer Certification

If you are selling your home and are on the public sewer system, you will need sewer certification from the township. In order to recieve a sewer certification, the township will need to know the following:

  • Name of buyer
  • Name of seller
  • Address of property
  • Date of settlement

A check for $25.00 should be made payable to Lower Moreland Township and be mailed to 640 Red Lion Road, Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. Please note that it takes 7-10 business days to process the certification. The sewer certification will be faxed 48 hours prior to settlement to make sure the information is up-to-date.