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Yes; a Point of Sale Dye Test application (found on website) must be submitted at least 14 working days prior to closing. The cost for a residential dye test is $175; commercial costs vary. Please contact Marshall Township Municipal Sanitary Authority to obtain estimate.
The cost is $3,441, $3,341 for the Tapping Fee and $100 for the inspection; an additional $7,540 Special Purpose Fee is required in the Valley Special Purpose Area.
The fee is $3,441 minimum; for usage over 289 gallons per day (GPD), the fee is calculated by taking the estimated additional water usage multiplied by $1,156, plus the $3,441 minimum fee. (Fees are calculated by Authority Staff upon application.)
Customers with metered water usage pay a minimum Base Fee of $64 plus a User Fee of $5.74 per 1,000 gallons of water consumed per quarter. Unmetered water customers are charged a flat fee of $146 per quarter. This flat fee equates to the $64 Base Fee plus an $82 User Fee.
Deduct meters provide readings for water used in irrigation systems. The water usage is subtracted from West View’s meter readings. A base fee of $64 per quarter is still applied. Meters are purchased and installed at homeowners' expense. Permit cost is $50 . Download an application (PDF).
Please contact Marshall Township Municipal Sanitary Authority offices and speak with the Bookkeeper. An update form may need to be completed. Customers who are moving out of the area must contact West View Water at 412-931-3292 to set up a final reading.
No, the Authority does not provide discounts for swimming pools.
Please contact Marshall Township Municipal Sanitary Authority offices and speak with the Manager or Engineer.
Those requests are handled by the Marshall Township Municipal Sanitary Authority (MTMSA) Manager and go before the MTMSA Board for approval.
Customers must obtain a Tapping Permit from the Authority. Service line connections are installed at customers’ expense in accordance with established rules and regulations of the Authority. The sewer must be inspected by the Authority and Allegheny County after construction and prior to the time it is covered or put into use.