Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

 
Telephone: (610) 262-6711

The Northampton Borough Municipal Authority(NBMA) is dedicated to providing its customers with

safe, dependable drinking water at a reasonable cost.


ATTENTION CUSTOMERS OF NBMA:

NBMA ANNOUNCES RATE INCREASE EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2015

A new SCHEDULE OF WATER RATES will be sent with your WATER BILL in October, November or December of 2015

The first billing for MONTHLY ACCOUNTS is November 2015

The first billing for QUARTERLY ACCOUNTS is January 2016
E-Billing is now available!
(To receive your paperless Bill by E-Mail)
Click here to sign up!

Drought Warning Declared← 

DEP Acting Secretary Patrick McDonnell, on behalf of Governor Tom Wolf, announced revised drought declarations on November 3, 2016. 

Data from the Commonwealth drought monitoring network show that dry conditions persisting in the middle of the state and lack of precipitation in the eastern part of the state have deepened precipitation deficits, resulting in extremely low stream flow and groundwater levels, particularly in the Lehigh Valley and surrounding area in the Delaware River Basin.

What this means:

NBMA is asking customers to use water wisely, and avoid any unnecessary water usage. The State of Pennsylvania asks that we seek a 10-15% reduction through voluntary measures. For more information on Drought conditions, and tips for water conservation, click on http://www.dep.pa.gov/Business/Water/PlanningConservation/Drought/Pages/default.aspx

 

Northampton Borough Municipal Authority (NBMA), formed in 1940, provides water service in the Boroughs of Northampton and North Catasauqua and Allen Township in Northampton County, and the Borough of Coplay, Whitehall Township and North Whitehall Township in Lehigh County.

NBMA has approximately 15,000 service connections, 175 miles of pipeline, over 1,000 fire hydrants and serves an average of 3.5 millions gallons of water per day to a population of approximately 50,000. Of NBMA's 15,000 customers, almost 13,700 are residential, and the remaining are commercial, industrial, public and bulk sales customers.

Northampton Borough Municipal Authority has two surface water sources, the primary source is the Lehigh River with additional supply available from the Spring Mill Reservoir.


 

NBMA is excited to announce that we now offer debit billing to our customers! Stop in our main office at 1 Clear Springs Drive in Northampton for more information.

 

7The 2015 Water Quality Report is completed and posted for your convenience on this website. It is a good way to find out information about contaminant testing results and how the water you drink daily impacts your life.

 

Remember, even though it is 2016, this report is for the calendar year 2015. And teachers, it's a great tool to aid in water purification education in the classroom!