North Sewickley Township Water Authority
The North Sewickley Water Authority came into existence on October 5, 1952 under the guidance of numerous residents, two in particular- Ray Walser and Ken Douglass, each of whom devoted 50 plus years of service to the Water Authority.
From the creation of the Authority in 1952, It has continuously expanded to incorporate three storage tanks with total capacity of 650,000 gallons of treated water, 184 fire hydrants for community fire protection, and 55 miles of lines to distribute water to some 1770 families in all areas of the township. We also have an interconnection with Marion Township to supply them with water for redistribution to their customers. In 2016 we distributed 127,835,000 gallons of water to our customers. The source for this water is Beaver Falls Municipal Authority.
We remain committed to provide our customers with the best service possible along with quality water meeting the strict regulations of both the State of Pennsylvania and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency(EPA).
**North Sewickley Township Water Authority is recruiting members for its part-time laborer/flagman team. Members would be called to work on an "as-needed" basis and compensated at $11.50 per hour. If you are interested, please complete an employment application and send it to or drop it off at the Municipal Building, 893 Mercer Road, Beaver Falls, PA 15010**
The Board of Directors meet each month at our business office located in the Municipal Building at 893 Mercer Road the third Thursday at 7:00 p.m.