Please note our NEW email address as of January 2017,
298 Main Street, Schwenksville PA 19473
DEP Acting Secretary Patrick McDonnell, on behalf of Governor Tom Wolf, announced revised drought declarations on November 3, 2016 that include Montgomery County in a Drought Watch. The DEP is asking residents to voluntarily reduce water use by 5 percent.
The Schwenksville borough Authority was incorporated in 1963 under the Municipalities Authorities Act of 1945. Our Board of Directors are appointed by the Council Members of the Borough of Schwenksville.
The Schwenksville Borough Authority staff and State Licensed operators service over 1,700 properties in Schwenksville Borough, including parts of Lower Frederick and Perkiomen Townships.
The Authority is committed to providing our community with the highest level of cost effective services, as well as a safe, dependable supply of water for the future. We want you to be informed about your water supply, if you'd like to learn more, please attend any of our regularly scheduled meetings.Meetings are held the second Wednesday of each month at 7:00pm, at the Dr. M. Donald Markley Building, 298 Main Street, Schwenksville.
We at the Authority thank you for the opportunity to provide your family with an outstanding level of Water and Sewer service. We ask for your help in protecting our water sources, which are at the heart of our community and way of life.