Stormwater Division Announces Street Sweeping Schedule (Week of May 25)
May 20, 2020 (New!)
Wyoming Valley Sanitary Authority's (WVSA) Stormwater Division will resume street sweeping services Tuesday, May 26. Services are scheduled for Exeter Borough (May 26-28) and Yatesville Borough (May 29).
WVSA Extends Q2 Payment Due Date
April 8, 2020
In response to the current public health crisis, Wyoming Valley Sanitary Authority today announced an extension of its second quarter payment due date for commercial accounts. The original due date of June 8 has been extended to June 30 for commercial sanitary/stormwater accounts and stormwater only bills, without penalty or interest.
March 26, 2020
Due to the current public health crisis Wyoming Valley Sanitary Authority has extended its second quarter payment due date from June 1 to June 30 for residential sanitary/stormwater accounts and stormwater only bills, without penalty or interest.
WVSA Business Office is Closed (Updated April 1, 2020)
Due to current governing mandates relative to the public health crisis, Wyoming Valley Sanitary Authority’s Business Office is closed until further notice. At this time, our business office is no longer accepting visitors or in-person bill payments through its office or drive-through bay. Customers can make payments at the drop-off box located near the drive-through entrance @ 179 Wyoming Ave., Kingston. Additional drop-off boxes are located at
Nanticoke City Hall, 15 East Ridge St., Nanticoke, PA
Plains Sewer Authority, 195 South River St., Plains, PA
West Pittston, 555 Exeter Ave., West Pittston, PA
Wilkes-Barre City Hall, 40 E. Market St., Wilkes-Barre, PA (April 13 update! W-B City Hall is not accessible at this time due to today's storm damage)
Wyoming Valley Sanitary Authority, 1000 Wilkes-Barre St., Hanover Twp., PA
Customer payments (checks or money orders) can also be made online or mailed.
If you have questions about your bill, our customer service representatives remain available by calling (570) 820-9872, Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
A Message from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
The EPA has established regulations with treatment requirements for public water systems that prevent waterborne pathogens such as viruses from contaminating drinking water and wastewater. Coronavirus, which causes COVID-19, is a type of virus that is particularly susceptible to disinfection and standard treatment and disinfectant processes are expected to be effective. EPA is coordinating with our federal partners, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and will continue to provide technical assistance and support, as appropriate. Visit EPA's website for more information and a list of Q&As, including the following.
Do wastewater treatment plants treat COVID-19?
Yes, wastewater treatment plants (including Wyoming Valley Sanitary Authority) treat viruses and other pathogens. COVID-19 is a type of virus that is particularly susceptible to disinfection. Standard treatment and disinfectant processes at wastewater treatment plants are expected to be effective.
Will my septic system treat COVID-19?
While decentralized wastewater treatment (i.e., septic tanks) do not disinfect, EPA expects a properly managed septic system to treat COVID-19 the same way it safely manages other viruses often found in wastewater. Additionally, when properly installed, a septic system is located at a distance and location designed to avoid impacting a water supply well.