Public sewer service is provided through the township. Bills are sent four times a year for the prior quarter’s usage. A drive-up sewer payment box is located at the Township Building for your convenience.
2019 Rates: Residential, $130 per quarter; Non-residential, $145 per quarter.
East Rockhill Township Building
1622 N. Ridge Road
Perkasie, PA 18944
Pay-by-check or with a credit card through the Customer Portal. Customers can also go paperless by having bills delivered by email, view payment history and view all receipts.
Automatic Recurring Sewer ACH Payments
Schedule your payment to be automatically deducted from your checking or savings account with every billing.
Just complete and sign this form to get started!
Recurring Payments Will Make Your Life Easier:
- It’s convenient (saving you time and postage)
- Your payment is always on time (even if you’re out of town), eliminating late charges
Here’s How Recurring Payments Work:
- You authorize regularly scheduled charges to your checking or savings account. You will be charged the amount indicated on your bill.
- Be sure that you have funds in your account to cover the payment to avoid NSF (Non Sufficient Funds) charges.
Charges and fees are according to current Fee Schedule which is available on our website.
Septic Holding Tank Application
Sewage Facility Planning Module
Public Water is provided by Perkasie Regioanl Authority. Please call your public water provider directly for questions about billing, rate information, or customer assistance.
Perkasie Regional Water Authority
East Rockhill Township was informed in September 2016 that the North Penn wells in East Rockhill Township were found to have slightly elevated levels of PFCs (perfluorinated compounds) in the water resulting in North Penn taking wells offline. Perkasie Regional Authority purchased the system and the wells remain offline.
Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) have an ongoing investigation which covers portions of East Rockhill Township, West Rockhill Township and Perkasie Borough. Visit their Ridge Run PFAS web page for pertinent information.
In September 2018, Governor Wolf formed the PFAS Action Team to address growing national concerns surrounding per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS).
To have your water tested for PFOA and PFOS Certified Water Services in Newtown at 215-968-8860 provides the service.
- PA DEP Correspondence to Bergeys November 12 2019
- PA DEP Press Release November 12 2019
- PA DEP Email Communication November 12 2019
- Rep. S. Santarsiero Letter To DEP May 16 2019
- West Rockhill Letter To DEP April 30 2019
- Perkasie Regional Authority Letter To DEP April 29 2019
- East Rockhill Letter To DEP April 29 2019
- DEP Statement Of Decision April 18 2019
- Governor Wolf's PFAS Action Team Outlines Public Outreach Plans October 18 2018
- DEP Public Hearing July 11 2018
- DEP Press Release For Public Meeting On July 11 2018
- PFC From PA Department Of Health
- PFC Factsheet From EPA
- PRA Correspondence December 11 2017
- NPWA Correspondence September 21 2016
- Perkasie Regional Authority Well Results October 21 2016
- NPWA Correspondence October 26 2016
- East Rockhill Letter To Residents September 21 2016