Click here to see the list of delinquent customer accounts over $250 as of 9/8/2023
Click here to see the list of delinquent customer accounts over $500 as of 9/8/2023
Click here to see the list of delinquent customer accounts over $1000 as of 9/8/2023
Municipal Lien Statement – $35.00 per Property
- Checks must be made payable to Hanover Township Sewer Authority or H.T.S.A.
- The “Customer Portal” link on the right side of each page requires the use of a username and password. Through this link, you can sign up for e-billing, see your account history back to March 2014, and make a payment from your checking account or credit card. Payments made from your checking account are free of charge. Credit card/debit card payments subject to a 2.65% fee.
- Online payments via e-check, debit card, or credit card made through the “Pay My Bill” link, also on the right side of each page, are subject to a fee charged by the third-party vendor who handles the transaction for HTSA. The fee for e-checks is $1.50 regardless of amount paid. The fee for credit/debit cards is 2.65% of the amount charged with a $3 minimum. Using this link does not require a username and password. The reference number is your sewer account number.
- There is a drop box for sewer payments and other paperwork at the Hanover Township Municipal Building at 11 Municipal Drive, Burgettstown, next to Hanover Community Park.
- If paying by mail, please include your return stub or account number with your payment to ensure proper credit. Mail to: H.T.S.A., 533 Bavington Road, Burgettstown, PA 15021
- All bills are due upon receipt and are past due after the due dates. A penalty will be charged for past due balances each month.
- The late fee is 2% per month on the unpaid balance if not received in our office by the due date.
- Payments are posted the day on which they are received in the sewer office, NOT by the postmark date.
- Customers will be charged $50.00 for every returned check.
- Any payments to avoid water service termination that are returned by the bank will require restitution in guaranteed funds, such as a certified check, money order, or cash ONLY. Dishonored payments to restore water service will result in immediate termination of water service and require guaranteed funds.