CWA is proud to announce our new website and customer portal
Re-register your My CWA account to view and pay your water bill online, view your water consumption data, and more!
Fishing Season is Open!
April 1st through October 31 on the Octoraro Reservoir. Enjoy boating, fishing, kayaking, hiking and picnicking.
CWA Wins Water Taste Test Awards
CWA was awarded Best Tasting Water in Pennsylvania by the Pennsylvania American Water Works Association, in both the judged and People’s Choice Taste Test, a first for the competition that the same water company won both awards!
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Chester Water Authority is a non-profit municipal authority that serves clean, affordable, award-winning water to 34 municipalities in western Delaware County and southern Chester County, Pennsylvania.
Next Board Meeting
CWA Board Meeting and Agenda – May 12, 2023
The Board of Directors of the Chester Water Authority will conduct its regular meeting on May 12, 2023 at 2:00 p.m. at Distribution Headquarters, 427 W. Front Street, Chester, PA. The agenda is available below: [pdf-embedder...
The Board of Directors of the Chester Water Authority will conduct its regular meetings on the following dates: March 16, April 20, May 12, June 29, July 20, August 17, September 21, October 19, November 16 and December 21. The meetings are held at Distribution Headquarters, 427 W. Front Street, Chester, PA in the first floor conference room at 2:00 p.m. Ratepayers and the public are welcome to attend and make comment during the public comment section.
PUBLIC NOTICE: LOW PRECIPITATION
Precipitation in the CWA service area has been abnormally low so far this year compared to historical norms. CWA customers should be assured that we constantly monitor our water sources to ensure there is no impact on our ability to provide clean and affordable drinking water. CWA also works closely with the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (PaDEP) to determine if drought contingency plans need to be implemented. At the present time, the CWA service area remains within normal water availability levels and IS NOT under any type of drought declaration status. CWA will continue to vigilantly assess ongoing water availability conditions and advise our customers if any action needs to be taken in the future. In the meantime, it’s never a bad idea for all of us to ensure that plumbing and fixtures are in good shape and not leaking so that we can make the best use of our water, one of our most precious commodities, whenever possible.
Did you know?
Chester Water produces
Thats enough to fill 52 Olympic-size swimming pools!
Chester Water Serves
Residences and businesses in southern Chester County and Western Delaware county. That’s over 200,000 people!
Chester Water Planted
30,000 trees a year
for more than a dozen years when the Octorara Reservoir was impounded in the 1950s. The beautiful forest surrounding the reservoir was planted by CWA.