Please note that you must now register to make online payments. To do this, you will need your account number and your 5 digit pin number which is located top center portion of your bill card. If you do not have access to your pin number, please contact the office at 610-838-8051.
We are opening our office to the public on May 3 2021.
Please be advised, you must wear a mask while conducting business. We will have masks available if you should forget yours.
We are only allowing one person in the lobby at a time, as it is a small space. At this time, to reduce the exchange of touch points, we will be accepting cash, but we will not be making change. If you do not have the exact dollar amount for your bill, we will apply any credit to your account.
Please help us adhere to these requirements so we can keep the office open and keep our team and community safe.
September 8th Board meeting *** Cancelled *** will be at Alfred Fritchman Reservoir Park, located at 5400 Reservoir Rd., Hellertown, PA 18055. Meetings begin at 7:00 pm.
Please call the office at 610-838-8051 for further information.
*You can download a copy of the meeting agenda below
Was founded in 1940 by the Borough of Hellertown and provides public water and sewer service to approximately 2,600 properties located within the Borough and nearby areas of Lower Saucon Township. We strive to provide outstanding customer service and our goal is to respond to and resolve all service requests as quickly as possible.
The Mission of the Hellertown Borough Authority (HBA) is one of public water and sewer service to the citizens of Hellertown and adjacent municipalities. We are charged with making evidence based decisions to ensure the highest quality drinking water through stewardship of our water resources and meeting regulations, and through regular maintenance and improvements to our water and sewer infrastructure to prolong their useful life both for the foreseeable and distant future (100 years). We pursue these goals mindful of the financial resources necessary to achieve them and the financial realities of our rate paying customers.
HBA will work in concert with the Borough and surrounding municipalities to facilitate expansion of its customer base when opportunities and abilities arise. HBA will also seek alternative forms of revenue when available including external grants when opportunities arise, all within the guiding context of Local, State and Federal regulations.
Adopted by the Board of Directors August 9, 2017
Providing clean water to residents for almost 80 years!
Monthly meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month at 7:00 pm. Stop by and find out the latest on news and projects with the authority.
(Meetings held at Authority Building)
Watch our latest video on ways to become involved with the Authority!