We have a drop box on the side of the building, as well as online credit card payment and direct debit available.
Please note, we do offer email billing, if you are interested, please send us an email (see “Contact” tab) with your account number, service address and your email address.
Effective January 1, 2022 the user rates for GGSA customers were increased to $8.50 per 1000 gallons of metered water, and a new system update fee of $3.00 per EDU per month with a maximum of $100.00 per month.
This increase was necessary due to needed repairs and improvements to the wastewater treatment plant and the collection sewer system.
Despite this increase, GGSA customers will continue to pay some of the lowest rates in the area.
GGSA accepts credit card payments online and over the phone. A $3 convenience fee per transaction is charged for this service. For more information about online bill payment, please visit our Online Bill Payment Information page.
If you wish to pay by credit card over the phone, please dial (844) 254-0053
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If you wish to receive your bill via e-mail, instead of a paper bill, please e-mail your name, account number, sevice address, and e-mail address to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You will then receive the e-mail bill the day paper bills are mailed.
Did you know that property damage resulting from sewage back-up into a home or business is essentially the responsiblity of the property owner and not the Greater Greensburg Sewage Authority.
For important infomation on sewer back-up liability and insurance, please see our General Information page.
In accordance with the Pennsylvania Right To Know Law the Greater Greensburg Sewage Authority has adopted a Right-to-Know Policy for Public Records. This policy and a Right-to-Know Request Form may be viewed at the Authority offices or at the links below.
Right to Know Policy
Right to Know Request Form
The Greater Greensburg Sewage Authority is now offering Automatic Debiting, or ACH for the payment of your sewer bills. If you enroll, you will receive your regular bill notifying you of the amount due and the date in which it will be debited from your checking account.