Lower Bucks County Joint Municipal Authority

Balsam & Broadleaf Roads Water Main Replacement

Water Main Replacement – Balsam & Broadleaf Roads Please remember, the homeowner is responsible to ensure the grass is watered properly. Should the grass seed not be watered properly, weeds will thrive and LBCJMA will NOT return to reseed the area.   

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Greenbrier Road Water Main Replacement

Please remember, the homeowner is responsible to ensure the grass is watered properly. Should the grass seed not be watered properly, weeds will thrive and LBCJMA will NOT return to reseed the area.   

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Fall Flushing Schedule

Flushing schedules were mailed with your most recent bill and begins October 6th. 

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Office Status & Sewer Permit Information

Authority offices are open to the public BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Business will continue to be conducted via telephone, fax or email. Payments can be left in our convenient drop box located 7811 New Falls Rd 24 hours a day. Should you have a drainage or water problem please be patient when calling as our operators […]

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Drainage Problems

Slow drain? Hear gurgling? Click here

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Pink Tag Information

Click here for details on the tag service fee implemented by the Authority’s Board of Directors.

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Selling your home?

Click here for requirements.

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Cured-In-Place Lining

Under the Governor’s “Guidance for Businesses in the Construction Industry”, the Authority’s lining project is intermittent. Our Contractor should have Identification on them at all times, please ask them to see it if it is not visible.  Please remember LBCJMA requires 24hr access to our manholes.

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Sewer Lateral Repair/Replacement

If any portion of a sewer lateral is dug up and repaired or replaced – the Authority requires a permit to be pulled and inspection to be conducted by Authority personnel. **Inspections are NOT conducted on weekends.

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“Flushable” Wipes

The Authority recently experienced a sanitary sewer main blocked entirely by “flushable” wipes. Regardless of the packaging, “flushable” wipes should not be flushed! They are bad for the sanitary sewer system as well as the pump station equipment. Please read this article published in Keystone Water Quality Manager magazine in 2019.

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