General Sewer Information
Homes in Doylestown Township may have public sewer or may utilize a Septic System. Bucks County Water and Sewer Authority owns the public sewer system in our Township. They can be reached at (215) 343-2538 or by visiting their webpage http://www.bcwsa.net/.
Home owners with public sewer and public water may want to consider switching to a deduct meter. A deduct meter will save money on a sewer bill if a home owner is filling a pool or using an irrigation/lawn sprinkler system. The cost for the deduct meter and installation is $750. For more information call the Bucks County Water and Sewer Authority at (215) 343-2538.Public Water and Sewer Advisory Board
Low Interest Loan Application Approved
At their meeting on January 31, 2018 the PennVest Board approved the Township’s application for the low interest loan to pay for the costs associated with the construction and installation of the Pebble Ridge/Woodridge Sewer Project. The receipt of funds from PennVest is subject to a formal settlement, which the Township anticipates will occur within the next four to six months. As indicated during meetings this past summer, the low interest loan interest rates and loan term offered to us by PennVest will be passed along and will be available to residents as part of a loan program offered through BCWSA to pay for each resident’s costs of the public portion of the Project.
In addition, BCWSA’s engineer Gilmore & Associates will be putting out bids for construction of the pump station, as well as clearing for the project. Permits for the project from PennDot, PA DEP and the Bucks County Conservation District are being finalized.
We still anticipate this project getting underway during the summer of 2018.
Pebble Ridge/Woodridge & Vicinity Approved Agreement with BCWSA
Pebble Ridge/Woodridge & Vicinity Final Draft Agreement with BCWSA
Below is the proposed and revised ordinance for consideration on 8/15/17. The Board of Supervisors adopted this ordinance at their meeting on 8/15/17.
Below are the responses to questions from residents along with a process flow chart:
Related Past Documents and Materials:
Easements: On March 3rd, 2015 the Doylestown Township Board of Supervisors authorized the acquisition of the necessary easements for this project. Once the easements are received, Bucks County Water and Sewer Authority will move forward with the bidding process.