On April 2, 2020, at 4:30 p.m., the Municipal Authority of the Township of South Fayette will hold its regularly scheduled public meeting via telephone as opposed to in person at the Municipal Building. This measure is being taken to prevent the spread of COVID 19 (Coronavirus). All members of the public who wish to attend the meeting may call 1-978-990-5000 use Access Code: 609627. Members of the public are still encouraged to submit comments via email to Jerry D. Brown, Managing Director at email@example.com, in order to proceed in an organized manner. We appreciate your understanding and patience during this time.
Effective immediately, The South Fayette Municipal Authority, 900 Presto Sygan Road, is closed to the public to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 Coronavirus. All employees will continue working with office staff providing services via phone, email, U.S. mail, fax and web.
Please visit website at www.matsf.net for information for staff email addresses.
The Authority restriction is based on recommendations from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention and the Allegheny County Health Department that communities practice social distancing to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, or coronavirus.
The 2019 Annual Report and 2020 Budget are available for viewing by clicking on the following: MATSF 2020 Budget Final
For 2020, the basic monthly service charge will continue to be $12.00. The MATSF service charge is billed to all
customers regardless of water use and is primarily utilized for fixed costs such as debt service (repayment of
loans), insurance, billing and similar costs. Commencing with your next (February) bill, the consumption charge
will increase from $11.50/thousand gallons to $12.15/thousand gallons. This is directly a result of ALCOSAN’s
2020 rate increase as discussed in detail in the MATSF 2020 budget.
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The Allegheny County Sanitary Authority has created the Clean Water Assistance Fund to help families pay their sewage treatment bills. This program serves low-income residential customers in the 83 municipalities that ALCOSAN serves. It is administered by Dollar Energy Fund. Click here to view: ALCOSAN's Clean Water Assistance Fund 2019
In 2017, MATSF expended $147,262 for rehabilitation work on various sewers segments of the Millers Run Trunk Sewer between the Allegheny/Washington County line and the South Fayette Volunteer Fire Department. The key aspects of the work included pipe lining and joint grouting to reduce groundwater leaking into the sanitary sewer and to address locations where roots had intruded into various pipe joints. A grant application was filed with ALCOSAN as part of the first round of their “GROW” grant program (Green Revitalization of Our Waterways Program). While ALCOSAN rejected the grant request during that round, they invited MATSF to re-apply in 2019. Subsequently, ALCOSAN announced a grant offer in the amount of $35,800, or 24% of the project costs. The GROW grant agreement was recently executed by both MATSF and ALCOSAN, and upon completion of a final report, the funds are anticipated to be received during the first quarter of 2020.