Lyons Borough Municipal Authority

316 S. Kemp Street - P.O. Box 131

Lyon Station, PA 19536-0131

Phone 610-682-0305          Fax 610-682-0319

Lyons Borough Municipal Authority Board

Kevin Schade, Chairman
Allen Leiby, Vice Chairman
Bonnie Moyer, Secretary/Treasurer
David Abel, Board Member

Brian Boland, Solicitor - Kozloff-Stoudt, P.C.
Natalie O'Connor, Engineer - Entech Engineering, Inc.
 Fees           Effective June 13, 2005 Water Sewer
 Tap-in Fees    $2,500.00 $3,300.00


 Connection Fee - actual cost for labor and materials plus 5%

 Customer Facilities Fee - $200.00 for all meter sizes

 Extra Meters - Actual cost plus $75.00 administrative fee

 Late Payment Fee (as of 12/14/15) - 3.3% penalty to any balance 30 or more days overdue

 Delinquent Water Service Turn-off $50.00; Turn-on $50.00

 Settlement Notice Charge - $25.00

Returned Check Fee - $25.00

 Construction Temporary Service - Actual cost of installation plus usage charges for water and sewer



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Payments can be made during regular business hours at the

Fleetwood Bank  - any branch

Or mailed to

Lyons Borough Municipal Authority
c/o Fleetwood Bank

PO Box 59
Fleetwood, PA 19522




Have you been taking longer showers? Or not running full loads of laundry or dishes? Another item you can check is leaks in the toilet that you may not even hear or see. To check for leaks:

(1) Remove the tank lid.

(2) Drop a few drops of food coloring into the tank.

(3) Wait approximately 60 minutes.

(4) Check the color of the water in the bowl.

If you have ANY of the colored tank water you made in the bowl, your toilet is leaking water and adding to your water/sewer bill. Repair or replace your toilet as soon as possible.

. . . . FYI:  Did you know that if you flush an old type of toilet as few as 6 times per day, you can recover the cost of a new more efficient 1.6 gallon flushing toilet in water/sewer savings in less than one year.