A dedicated, professional workforce committed to providing the community with a safe, reliable, and economical water supply
NPWA Annual Fire Hydrant Inspection and Flushing Program Scheduled
03/28/2017 NPWA TO BEGIN WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT PROJECT ON CANNON AVENUE, LANSDALE BOROUGH
01/27/2017 North Penn Water Authority Thanks Community and Staff for Participation in Toys for Tots Program
01/25/2017 Important Seasonal Reminders
01/04/2017 North Penn Water Authority Earns EPA’s ENERGY STAR® Certification for Superior Energy Efficiency
12/21/2016 North Penn Water Authority Presents Service Awards
12/02/2016 North Penn Water Authority Participates in Toys for Tots Program
10/11/2016 North Penn Water Authority Presents Service Awards
08/03/2016 North Penn Water Authority Releases 2015 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report
06/24/2016 Anthony J. Bellitto, Jr., Executive Director of North Penn Water Authority Receives 2016 Governor’s Award for Local Government Excellence
05/19/2016 Back To News List >
50th Anniversary Open House on Friday, September 11September 4, 2015
50th Anniversary Open House Postponed until Friday, September 11
Marvin A. Anders, long-time NPWA board member, to be honored with lobby dedication and ribbon cutting
Lansdale, Pa—September 9, 2015—Due to forecasted heavy rainfall and thunderstorms for Thursday, North Penn Water Authority (NPWA) is postponing the 50th Anniversary Open House event until Friday, September 11, 2015 from 3 pm to 7 pm at their Operations Center located at 300 Forty Foot Road in Towamencin. NPWA has planned many outdoor activities and demonstrations and wants to ensure a successful and safe event and apologizes for any inconvenience this may pose for their customers and the community.
In honor of 50 years serving the community, NPWA invites the public to tour the Operations Center, view highlights of the past 50 years and see demonstrations related to the NPWA water system, like valve turning, leak detection, how a fire hydrant works and how customer meters are read. This family-friendly event will include light refreshments, hot dogs, soft pretzels, popcorn, finger sandwiches, and an ice cream truck with various ice cream and water ice treats, to enjoy and a celebration cake will be cut to mark this momentous occasion. A face painter and balloon sculptor will also be on site.
Every attendee will also receive a free Refill from the Tap water bottle, a stainless steel, double-walled insulated water bottle that will keep water cold for hours. Refill from the Tap is a new campaign aimed at reducing plastic waste from going into landfills while saving customers money.
At 5:30 pm, a number of local, state and federal elected officials will honor the Authority with certificates to mark the anniversary and Anthony J. Bellitto, Jr. PE, executive director of NPWA, will honor Marvin A. Anders, a long-serving NPWA board member for 40 years, with a lobby dedication and ribbon cutting. Anders joined the NPWA Board of Directors in 1975. Before retiring, Anders was the chairman of Univest and worked at the bank for 47 years. Anders is also a staple in the North Penn and Souderton communities. He has served on the boards for Christopher Dock Mennonite High School and Lifepath in Sellersville, and has served on committees for Indian Creek Foundation, Penn View Christian School and Christopher Dock. In addition to the NPWA Board, Anders continues to serve on the board of Penn Foundation.
“This is a family-friendly event and we hope the community will join us in celebrating this milestone and see first-hand how far the water system has come over the last 50 years,” said Anthony J. Bellitto, Jr., P.E., executive director of NPWA. “We are also thrilled to honor Marvin A. Anders for his dedication to the Authority during such a momentous event. We are also looking forward to revealing our newly renovated lobby and the history of the Authority that will be displayed on the walls.”
For more information about the 50th open house, please visit www.npwa.org or call 215-855-3617.
About North Penn Water Authority
Established in 1965, North Penn Water Authority (NPWA) is a municipally owned, nonprofit Authority with a dedicated, professional workforce committed to providing the community with a safe, reliable, and economical water supply. Water supplied to their customers comes from both a surface water supply that is treated at the state of the art Forest Park Water Treatment Plant (FPWTP) and from 17 groundwater wells located throughout the service area. To provide the highest quality water, the Authority has in place a main replacement program and performs annual flushing of its 567 miles of water main which serves their 33,500 customers. NPWA also owns and maintains all fire hydrants in the service area to ensure hydrants are in working order in case of fire emergencies. NPWA employees, many of whom are NPWA customers themselves, take pride in being able to provide this service to the community. For more information, please visit www.npwa.org or call 215-855-3617.
|Billing Information Water Meter Information Helpful Tips FAQs||Homeowners Contractors Developers Requesting Authority Info||
|Copyright © 2012 North Penn Water Authority • Site Design by: Bergey Creative Group|