The Ambridge Water Authority

We at the Ambridge Water Authority will always put the health and safety of our staff and customers first. With that being said, and the recent developments in relation to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, we are happy to say we are back to operating during our normal business hours (Mon–Fri 8am–3:30pm).

There will be new rules to follow once the building is open to the public, for instance we will only permit one person in the front counter area of the office at a time. We do require anyone entering our office wears a mask, if they do not, they will be asked to leave immediately.

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation in this very difficult time for all.

Stay safe. –AWA Board & Staff

The Ambridge Water Authority wishes to welcome you to our website! The information provided here is intended to help serve you better – an extensive amount of information in one easily-accessible location available at any time you find convenient.

Please feel free to look for answers to any questions you may have within the site. Then if you find you need additional information, please do call us at 724.266.4847. We are very willing to take the time to explain or send you other documents that may be of assistance.

Office Hours:  Monday – Friday 8:00am to 3:30pm


Matthew the Water Drop’s Journey:
A video tour of the Ambridge Water Authority brought to you by the Baden Academy Sustainable Water Team. We would like to say thank you to this very impressive group of 4th graders for producing such an informative and entertaining video.

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Online Payments

View and Pay your Water Bill Online!!! Make a one-time payment or register to set up for Auto Pay to avoid late or missed payments!! Click the link and make a secure payment at any time.  A convenience fee of $3.95 is added to any credit card payment or $1.95 convenience fee for any payment made...

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In 1824, (Old) Economy built the first running water system west of the Allegheny Mountains, piped from a reservoir in the hills.  These reamed-out logs, made into crude pipes, are part of the exhibits at Old Economy.  There are also ancient water pumps.  By 1826 every barn and street corner had a h...

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