Water Authority


OFFICE #: 570-544-2200
GARAGE #: 570-399-5337

Melanie Spittler, Manager
Donald Troutman, Jr.
Raymond Bosack
Michael Mennig, Jr.
John Hopkins

2022 Meeting Dates

January 17, 2022
February 22, 2022 (Tuesday)
March 21, 2022
April 18, 2022
May16, 2022
June 20, 2022
July 18, 2022
August 15, 2022
September 19, 2022
October 17, 2022
November 21, 2022
December 19, 2022



1 January 2021
2 February 2021
3 March 2021
4 APRIL 2021
5 May 2021
6 June 2021
7 July 2021
8 August 2021
9 September 2021
10 October 2021

1 January 2020
3 MARCH 2020
April meeting cancelled
5 MAY 2020
6 June 2020
7 July 2020
8 August 2020
9 September 2020
10 October 2020
11 November 2020
12 December 2020

1 January 2019
2 February 2019
3 March 2019
4 April 2019
5 May 2019
6 June 2019
7 July 2019
8 August 2019
9 September 2019
10 October 2019
11 November 2019
12 December 2019



Enter: Utility Account Id
Enter: Utility Account Pin(please note each account has a separate pin number)

Select: Enter

Your account screen will appear.

Select: Make A Payment

Utility Payment Screen will open

  1. Select payment method
    • Credit/Debit Card – approx. 2.95% fee of total bill
    • Checking Account – $1.99 convenience fee
  2. Select Payment Amount
    • Pay current charges
    • Pay other bill periods
    • Pay other amount
  3. Continue
  4. A fee schedule will appear – Confirm or Cancel
  5. If you confirm, FIS Pay Direct will open, enter the appropriate information.
  6. Continue
  7. A payment verification screen will open, if you agree to the information, Submit Payment
  8. Finish

Your account screen will appear showing **Payment Pending**

To exit, select Return to Home

You will receive an e-mail confirmation of the payment made to your account.

Please note if you are paying multiple accounts, you will need to complete this process for each account and the fees associated will be charged for each account.

2020 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report

2019 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report

2018 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report

2017 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report

2016 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report (2)


2014 Water Quality Report


As you may be aware the Minersville Borough, Water, and Sewer has added two other options for bill payment, online payment and direct withdrawal. Please understand these are optional was to pay, you may continue to pay by cash, check or money order payments at our office Monday – Thursday 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. and Friday 8 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. or mail payments to our office at 2 E Sunbury Street, Minersville.

You will now be able to pay online by credit/debit card or by e-check. There are separate fees associated with this option that would be added to the payment. To make the payments online you will need the account and pin number. Please note if you have multiple accounts you will have a separate pin number for each account. Should you lose your pin number, please contact our office and we will send a letter to your billing address with the pin number. Pin numbers will not be given out over the phone.

Direct withdrawal payments will be taken from the bank account on the billing due date. Should you have any questions regarding the new payment options, please feel free to contact our office at 570-544-2149

Online Payment Instructions


Water Authority Board Members

Edward Butler – Treasurer
Term expires: 12-31-2022

James Kimmel- Vice-Chairman
Term expires: 12-31-2023

Allen Reber
Term expires: 12-31-2024

Kevin Wigoda
Term expires: 12-31-2025

Michael Andruchek – Chairman
Term expires: 12-31-2026

Jenn Hossler – Secretary

Water Authority meeting = 3rd Monday of each month, 7PM @ Council Chambers

Council Water Committee
Terry Raffety, Chairman
Ashley Securda, Vice-Chairman


Please remember to run your water during cold spells. When there are extreme frost conditions, the risk of frozen water lines may occur. If your home has had issues in the past, please make sure you are running your water. Also, please contact our office if you are running your water.

Residents are asked to monitor the temperature of their water. If your water temperature reaches below 40 degrees F or lower, you should IMMEDIATELY start running a continuous pencil size stream of cold water from one faucet. Monitoring temperatures is your first line of defense.

Also, if you see or hear water running from any neighboring properties (especially vacant properties) please notify the Water Authority IMMEDIATELY at 570-544-2200 during office hours or 570-527-6165 after hours.

There are several measures that can be taken to prevent winter water disasters:

  • Make sure all water lines to outside faucets are turned off and drained.
  • Eliminate drafts. Check around the home for areas where water supply lines are located in unheated areas and take measures to prevent the flow of cold air in these areas. Look in the basement, crawl space, attic, garage, and under kitchen and bathroom cabinets for these supply lines
  • Consider wrapping or insulating your water lines, especially those lines near outside walls, under the house, or in the attic. Insulation supplies are available at your local home improvement/hardware store. Be sure to insulate hot and cold water lines in these areas, as either line could freeze in cold weather.
  • If you plan to be away from your home, keep the thermostat at a reasonable temperature to ensure all areas with water lines stay above freezing.
  • Winterize your sprinkler system. Contact your irrigation system installer or a certified plumber for detailed instructions.

If you are planning to interrupt or permanently stop the heat source in your home:

  • Contact the Water Authority to locate and turn off the main water service valve. After the valve is turned off, open a faucet on each level of your home to allow for expansion should the water that has not yet drained freeze. (Remember to close all opened faucets before your main water service is turned back on)
  • If you are staying in your home, or will be monitoring your home frequently, allow a faucet to drip cold water slowly. At a minimum, the faucet you select should be the greatest distance from your main water service valve. Also, consider allowing a slow drip in areas that are least protected from the cold, such as basements, crawl spaces, attics, and garage.

If you think you have frozen water lines:

  • Identify whether the problem exists throughout the whole house or in one area.
  • Open the cabinets beneath any place with a water supply, such as the kitchen and bathroom sinks. This will allow warm air to circulate. (Remove any toxic substances first if there are small children in the home)
  • Open the cold water faucet nearest the frozen pipe to relieve the pressure of expanding ice, which may lead to a burst pipe.
  • If your water lines do freeze, never try to thaw a line with an open flame or torch. You can use a hair dryer or portable heater, but always be careful of the potential for electric shock in and around standing water.

If you think you may have a frozen water meter, please contact the Minersville Water Authority at (570)544-2200. For after-hours emergencies, please contact the water department at (570)527-6165. Please be advised, after-hours charges will apply.

Dear Customer:

The Environmental Protection Agency is mandating all Municipal Authorities maintain an emergency contact list. This list will only be used to contact all municipal customers when there are Tier I emergencies, i.e. pressure loss in the system, boil advisory, chemical accidents, etc.

Customers MUST choose their preferred method of contact:

  • PHONE METHOD: please complete the form below and return the slip to the Borough Office, 2 E Sunbury Street, Minersville PA 17954.
water emergency contact

  • E-MAIL METHOD: please send an e-mail with your name and address to minerswateremergency@comcast.net. Also, please add this address to your contact list so you will receive the notifications.

Should you have any questions, please feel free contact our office at 570-544-2200 during office hours Monday – Thursday 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. and Friday 8 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.