The Summit Township Sewer Authority is an Operating Authority which provides municipal sanitary sewer to designated Summit Township residents. The Sewer Authority is located at 8890 Old French Road, Erie, PA and can be reached at 814-868-4495.
Term expires December 31, 2020
Term expires December 31, 2021
Term expires December 31, 2022
Term expires December 31, 2023
Term expires December 31, 2024
UPDATED SEPTEMBER 16, 2020: The September Regular Business Meeting is scheduled for September 24, 2020 at 9:00AM. The meeting will be held at the Sewer Authority Building at 8890 Old French Road, Erie, PA. The meeting will not be live-streamed. The public may attend or call the Authority at (814) 868-4495 to participate. Due to space constraints and physical distancing guidance, the meeting room can only accommodate one member of the public at a time. *A MASK IS REQUIRED TO ENTER THE BUILDING*
The regularly scheduled meetings of the Summit Township Sewer Authority for 2020 will be held at the Sewer Authority Building, 8890 Old French Road, Erie, PA on the last Thursday of each month at 9:00 A.M. The Reorganization meeting will be held Thursday, January 30, 2020 immediately followed by the business meeting. The March meeting will be held March 19, 2020 due to a training conference. The November meeting will be held November 19, 2020 due to Thanksgiving. The December meeting will be held on December 17, 2020 due to Christmas. If you plan on attending a meeting, please let us know. Contact Caitlyn Haener-Schwab at email@example.com or by phone at (814) 868-4495. Caitlyn will gladly add you to the meeting agenda.
Incorporated in 1968, a five-person volunteer board oversees the operation of the Summit Township Sewer Authority. A manager, two-person office staff, three system operators and Township employees as needed, are employed by the Sewer Authority. Service is provided to over 2,000 property owners. The system consists of nineteen (19) lift stations, 41.5 miles of gravity lines and 5.5 miles of force mains. Sewage treatment is accomplished using the Joint Transportation and Treatment Facilities in Millcreek Township and the City of Erie.