Cambria Township Sewer Authority
P.O. Box 247
Office – 472-5023
Revloc Plant – 472-5411
Colver Plant – 748-7414
The Cambria Township Sewer Authority provides service in Colver, Revloc, Mylo Park and a section of Rt 22 in Ebensburg. The Authority was formed in 1970 and consists of five Board Members, three full time employees and two part time employees, which meet on the third Monday of every month at 7:00 PM at the Cambria Township Municipal Building. The public is always welcome to attend.
Board Members: Chairman, Richard Evans
Vice-Chairman, James Pablic
Secretary, Allen Wenturine
Treasurer, William Papuga
Board Member, Glenn Learn
Stephen Sowolla, Plant Operator
Danny Hardsock, Plant Operator
Zachary Wilson, PT Press Operator
Tracy Eckenrod, Office Secretary
Kerstin Cochran, PT Office Secretary
The Cambria Township Sewer Authority now accepts online credit card payments, VISA, Mastercard, Discover and American Express are accepted. A fee of 2.4% will be charged.
The website is: http://cambriatwp.authoritypay.com
In order to create an account, you have to log onto the website. You will need to provide your account number and CID number, which is on the top left of your bill.
You also have the option to pay for 1 year in the amount of $467.40 with a 5% discount ($24.60 savings).
If you have any questions, please feel free to call the office at 472-5023.
The Revloc Plant was built in 1973 and was upgraded in 1991. This plant is rated at 500,000 gallons per day and receives sewage from Revloc, Mylo and areas along RT422 and Rt 22. We completed new main replacement in Mylo in 2009 and home owners have been connecting their laterals to complete the project.
The Colver Plant was also built in 1973 and was upgraded in 2005. This plant serves Colver, 9 Row, 20 Row and Tripolo and is rated at 275,000 gallons per day. The Collection System consists of seven remote pump stations and several miles of sewers that serve the Colver areas.
We have recently completed the 1st Street Sewer Line Replacement in Colver to have old sewer lines replaced. The Redevelopment Authority funded the project except for the engineering, which the Authority covered. The Sewer Authority would like to thank the customers on 1st Street for their patience during the construction.