The PWSA Administrative Office will be closed Friday, April 18, 2014.
If you have a water or sewer emergency, please call 412-255-2423 and select menu item 1
PWSA is pleased to inform you that the Boil Water Advisory for Water Works Shopping Mall and Aspinwall Borough was lifted this morning.
PWSA has adopted a new bill design that’s easier to read and allows customers to easily track their consumption costs. Customers can familiarize themselves with the new bill format by clicking here
The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority is upgrading to an Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI)
Boil Water Advisory still in effect for Water Works Shopping Mall and Aspinwall Borough
Low water pressure affecting Water Works Shopping Mall and Aspinwall Borough
PWSA is repairing a 15-inch sewer in front of 2521 5th Avenue in Oakland.
PWSA is replacing a catch basin at the intersection of Coast Avenue and Belasco Avenue in Beechview.
PWSA is replacing a catch basin at the intersection of South Neville Street and Filmore Street in Oakland.
PWSA is installing a mahole at Louisiana Avenue and LaSalle Avenue in Beechview.
PWSA is repairing a sewer, catch basin and manhole on McCandles Avenue at Harrison Street.
PWSA is repairing a 6-inch water main on Liberty Avenue at 39th Street in Lower Lawrenceville.
PWSA is repairing a sewer, manhole and catch basin on Arbor Street at Pointview Street in Lincoln-Lemington.
PWSA is replacing a catch basin at the intersection of Chestnut Street and Carpenter Way in the North Side.
PWSA is repairing a manhole on Connecticut Avenue in Beechview.
A private contractor is installing new water and sewer infrastructure in conjunction with Bakery Square 2.0.
PWSA is rehabilitating sewers in West Park in the Central North Side.
PWSA is installing a 15-inch storm sewer and catch basins on Penn Avenue at Gross Street.
PWSA is installing a new 12-inch water main on Baum Boulevard between South Atlantic Avenue and South Negley Avenue.
PWSA is replacing a 20-inch water vale at the intersection of Virginia Avenue and Shiloh Street.
PWSA is replacing a 16-inch water valve at Penn Avenue and North Lexington Avenue.
PWSA is repairing the sewer, catch basin and manhole on Oranmore Street.
PWSA is repairing an 8-inch sewer and manhole at Manooka Street and Lacona Street.
PWSA is replacing a 12-inch water valve on First Avenue between Stanwix Street and Market Street Downtown.
PWSA is repairing a 24-inch water valve on South Neville Street at Henry Street in Oakland.
PWSA is rehabilitating / lining a 102-inch sewer on Cedar Avenue in Central North Side.
PWSA is relaying a 15-inch sewer on Aspen Street at Cypress Street in Bloomfield.
PWSA is relaying a 12-inch water main and a 15-inch sewer on Rose Street in the Hill District.
PWSA is repairing a 12-inch sewer on Winterton Street in Highland Park.
PWSA is replacing a catch basin on Rhine Way in Spring Garden.
PWSA is working in conjunction with the Waterfront Place Development to relocate and install new water and separate sewers on Waterfront Place from 14th Street to 21st Street.
PWSA is relocating and reconstructing sewers on Woodworth Street and Cypress Street for the new UPMC Luna Parking Garage.
PWSA is working in conjunction with PennDOT to relocate a 20-inch water main and install new separate sewers on West Carson Street between the West End Circle and McKees Rocks. This project is being done in conjunction with the PennDOT project to widen West Carson Street.
PWSA is working with PennDOT to replace and relocate water and sewer infrastructure along State Route 28. This work is being done in conjunction with the widening of Route 28.
PWSA is working in conjunction with PennDOT and the City of Pittsburgh to relocate and install new separate sewers and catch basins along Penn Avenue between Evaline Street and Mathilda Street. This work is being done in conjunction with Phase I of Penn Avenue Reconstruction.
PWSA is relocating and installing new storm sewers and catch basins on Brookline Boulevard between Pioneer Avenue and Whited Street.
PWSA is replacing the existing 12-inch sewer on Bartold Street between Superior Avenue and Hodgkiss Street.