Tapping Fee Schedule

 

SEWER:
Sewer capacity & collection portions only – per equivalent dwelling unit (EDU) – Five Thousand Eight Hundred Dollars ($5,800.00)

Additional SPTF of $13,906 per EDU, plus tapping fee is due for SEWER connection of 1237 and 1239 Horsham Road.

Additional SPTF of $10,656.30 per EDU, plus tapping is due for the first 10 EDUS, for SEWER connection of Squire’s Golf Course.

Additional SPTF of $10,656.30 per EDU, plus tapping fee is due for SEWER connection of 606 Cedar Hill Road

Additional SPTF of $7,632.77 per EDU, plus tapping fee is due for SEWER connection of 1033 – 1239 (Horsham Twp), 2401 – 2656 (Warrington Twp) County Line Road, 4 – 118 Park Road and all of Rose Lane

Additional SPTF of $8,748.81 per EDU, plus tapping fee is due for SEWER connection of 722A – 739 Norristown Road, 802 – 822 Welsh Road, 654 Maple Glen Circle and 1 – 3 Hazell Lane

Additional SPTF of $8,872.10 per EDU, plus tapping fee is due for SEWER connection of 230 – 240 McKean Road and 1036 – 1038 Limekiln Pike

Additional SPTF of $17,119.30 per EDU, plus tapping fee is due for SEWER connection of properties on Limekiln Pike between Horsham Road and Balmoral Way & 1103 Grindleton Lane

Additional SPTF of $1,500 is due for WATER connections on the following streets: Willowbrook Road, Evergreen Road and Davis Grove Road from Keith Valley to the first fire hydrant past Willowbrook Road

WATER:
The Distribution/Capacity portions of the Authority’s water tapping fees are based on meter size and are as follows (effective December 1, 2006):

a. 5/8” x 3/4” – Two Thousand Six Hundred Dollars ($2,600.00)

b. 3/4” – Three Thousand Dollars ($3,000.00)

c. 1” - Seven Thousand Two Hundred Dollars ($7,200.00)

d. 1 1/2” - Nineteen Thousand Two Hundred Dollars ($19,200.00)

e. 2” – Thirty-Six Thousand Dollars ($36,000.00)

f. 3” – Fifty-Nine Thousand Eight Hundred Dollars ($59,800.00)

g. 4” - One Hundred Eighty Six Thousand Dollars ($186,000.00)

h. 6” – Three Hundred Seventy Three Thousand ($373,000.00)

i. Water tapping fee amounts reflected are capacity/distribution portion of tapping fee ONLY and are NOT inclusive of connection and customer facility fees. The connection and customer facility fees are variable based on size and length of service, varying restoration requirements based on location of water main to which tap is being installed, as well as current labor & material rates. All costs incurred incident to the installation of the meter and service connection from the main to the curb/ROW (or, if necessary, from the curb/ROW to the structure) as well as administration will be charged to the property owner/customer. Total cost to connect to water will be calculated upon application for water service.

In a development where developer installs service from main to curb or property line, there is no connection fee charged by the Authority. Developer determines desired service size and is responsible to pay the respective tapping fee and customer facilities fee.

Every water service, including fire services, must be metered. All meters must be approved by the Authority and an application must be submitted and approved by the Authority for water service.

The Authority water service application and well abandonment observation fee is $100.

In the case of multiple water services (privately or Authority owned) preceded by a compound or combination meter, the tapping fee is based upon the greater of the domestic component of the compound or combination meter, or the total of the fees resulting from the fee accompanying the meter size that would be provided to each individual service regardless of whether each service is independently metered. Any non-residential customer with extended hours of business or utilizing shift-work, will be subject to paying multiples of the tapping fee based upon duration of the extended hours or the number of shifts utilized.

Fire service connection fee is based on actual time and material cost for installation of tapping sleeve and valve, restoration, and meter. No water capacity tapping fee is charged for fire services that are entirely separate from the domestic service.

Seasonal usage for camps, recreational pursuits, and similar activities operated or conducted by not for profit entities possessing a designation as a 501(c)(3) entity may pay pro-rated water tapping fees as follows:

90 consecutive days or less 25%

91-180 consecutive days 50%

181 consecutive days or more 100%

Meter pit(s) may be required as per Authority specifications and are to be provided by customer.

Sewer connections that require a main saddle installation or connect directly to a manhole, if permitted as per Authority specifications, must be coordinated with both HWSA and Horsham Township Code Enforcement. Such connections are subject to $100 fee for HWSA observation during connection (this is separate from the Horsham Township’s plumbing permit fee)

Those properties which contain more than one dwelling unit, including in-law suits or apartments detached from the primary dwelling unit, shall be required to purchase a tapping fee for each dwelling unit on the property.

Tapping fees may be waived, at the Authority’s discretion, for the incorporating municipality for those projects providing a public benefit to the public at large. 

Did You Know?

Leaks inside the toilet can waste up to 200 gallons of water a day.

For questions or to report problems: 215-672-8011