Lower Bucks County Joint Municipal Authority

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Scheduled Board Meetings

June 24, 2021
Board of Directors meetings are held at our Administration Office and begin promptly at 7:00 PM

Our History

Lower Bucks County Joint Municipal Authority (Authority) is a body corporate and politic incorporated by the Borough of Tullytown and the Township of Bristol on May 20, 1952 pursuant to the Municipal Authorities Act of 1945, adopted May 2, 1945, P.L. 382, as amended and supplemented (Act). Under the Act, the Authority is empowered to acquire, hold, construct, improve, maintain and operate, own, sewers, wastewater system/sewer systems or parts thereof, sewage treatment works, including works for treating and disposing of industrial waste, water system/waterworks, water supply and water distribution systems.

The governing body of the Authority is a Board of Directors consisting of six (6) members. Three members are appointed by the creating municipalities, the Township of Bristol and the Borough of Tullytown.

Office Information

  • Administration Office
    7811 New Falls Road
    Monday thru Friday
    8:00AM - 4:30PM
    Phone: 215-945-7400
    Fax: 215-945-7281

  • Wastewater Treatment Plant
    7900 Route #13
    Monday thru Friday
    7:00AM - 3:00PM
    Closed between 12:00PM-1:00PM
    Phone: 215-946-0731
    Fax: 215-949-4634

  • Water Filtration Plant Office
    60 Main Street
    Monday thru Friday
    7:00AM - 3:00PM
    Phone: 215-547-9581
    Fax: 215-945-6935

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    Hydrant testing - Tullytown

    Our crew will be testing hydrants throughout Tullytown today, July 22nd.  Tullytown and surrounding areas may notice discoloration in their water during and after the testing due to the disturbance in the system. We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your patience as we work to conduct the testing and maintain our infrastructure.  

    Wastewater Treatment Plant Office to Open 

    Beginning July 27th, our wastewater treatment plant office will open its doors on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8:00am- 12:00pm. These are the only hours the office will be open. If you are unable to make it within those time frames please continue to follow the instructions listed below to obtain plot plans or submit permit applications. 

    To obtain a plot plan:

    Please mail/drop off a $35.00 check or money order (payable to LBCJMA) at 7900 Bristol Pike, Levittown, PA. 19057 along with the address of the plot plan you are requesting.  Please include your phone # and you will be contacted when it has been placed in the mailbox at the above location for your pick-up. In the absence of a phone #, it will be mailed to the address of the plot plan requested.

    To obtain a sanitary sewer easement permit or waiver:

    Please see the Sanitary Sewer/Water Easement Construction Permit Application under "Forms". Please ensure ALL required documentation is included or the application will be disapproved and sent back to you for resubmittal.   Due to an influx of applications, our review process has increased to 2-3 weeks for issuance of a permit and/or waiver. Missing documentation or improper submittal of the plot plan drawing to scale with ALL required measurements from the true property lines increases the review time.

    CIPP Lining

    Our lining crew is working with a subcontractor to repair a sewer main in Blueridge. Residents directly affected have been notified by the contractor. All employees of our contractor (IPR Northeast) and their subcontractor (Brandywine) are required to have id on them at all times. 

    Important notice regarding COVID-19

    Lower Bucks County Joint Municipal Authority offices remain open to the public by appointment only, unless otherwise listed. A mask will be required to enter the building. Payments can no longer be made in person; please use our drop box located at our administration building or mail it to the address listed on the bill. To contact the specific office you need for an appointment please see the bottom of our home page. Services will continue to be provided through telephone, fax and email as well. Appointments will be made when a signature is required, all other business will be conducted as listed below. 

    Lower Bucks County Joint Municipal Authority remains proud of it’s employees who have seamlessly continued to provide essential water and sewer services, make required emergency repairs and continue uninterrupted services to our customers.