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Overview of West View Water Authority

West View Water Authority is located in West View, Pennsylvania and supplies water to 32 municipalities and over 200,000 people in portions of Allegheny, Beaver, and Butler Counties of Pennsylvania.  The Water Treatment Plant is located on Neville Island, with the main source of supply from the Ohio River, and wells on Davis Island.  Wells are maintained and used in the event of an emergency to augment the water supply.  Granular activated carbon is used in the treatment process and the quality meets or exceeds all local, state and federal regulatory standards.  The Treatment Plant is capable of treating and pumping 40 million gallons of water a day.   Most of the communities served are residential in nature.  The Authority owns and maintains 10 reservoirs throughout the service territory with a maximum water storage capacity of 39,850,000 gallons.


Communities Serviced by West View Water Authority

Avalon Borough, Bellevue Borough, Ben Avon, Ben Avon Heights, Bradford Woods, Emsworth Borough, Franklin Park, Kennedy Township, Kilbuck Township, Marshall Township, McCandless Township, McKees Rocks Borough, Ohio Township, Pine Township, Ross Township, Sewickley Hills Borough, Stowe Township, West View Borough, 28th Ward of the City of Pittsburgh.

Sections of the following communities: Adams Township, Cranberry Township, Economy Borough, Reserve Township, Robinson Township, Sewickley Heights Borough, Sewickley Hills Borough, Shaler Township.


Communities Supplied by West View Water Authority

Adams Township, Aleppo Township, Ambridge Township, Cranberry Township, Hampton Township, Neville Township, Richland Township, Seven Fields Borough.


Professional Affiliations

ABPA – American Backflow Prevention Association

AWWA – American Water Works Association

ORSANCO – Ohio River Valley; Water Sanitation Commission

PMAA – Pennsylvania Municipal Authorities Association

USC – University of Southern California

WWOAP – Water Works Operators’ Association of Pennsylvania