Water Bills Set to Increase in Westmoreland and Allegheny Counties

Residents in Westmoreland and parts of Allegheny Counties are about to experience a shift in their utility bills as the Municipal Authority of Westmoreland County approves the first rate increase since April 2018.

Rate Adjustment Details: What to Expect in April?

Starting in April, customers in the affected areas will witness a monthly increase of $3.56, totaling around $43 annually.

The decision, greenlit by the Municipal Authority’s board last Wednesday, is attributed to inflationary pressures.

The Municipal Authority of Westmoreland County announced its first rate increase in more than a half-decade on Wednesday:

Sewage Rates and Pennsylvania American Water Connection

While water rates are on the rise, those paying for sewage might also face changes, contingent on their municipality and location.

The decision is linked to rate hikes from Pennsylvania American Water, influencing the overall utility landscape for affected residents.

Understanding the Decision: Inflation and Future Vision

The Municipal Authority of Westmoreland County emphasizes that the rate adjustments are a response to inflationary factors.

For a comprehensive understanding of these changes and a glimpse into the authority’s “Future Vision,” residents are encouraged to visit their website for detailed information.

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