Ordinances with regard to Sewage Management
Currently, the Township does not have an on-lot sewage management ordinance. Information will be updated as it becomes available. An introduction to this process is in the article, “On-Lot Sewage Maintenance Ordinance” on page 1 of the Fall 2013 Honey Brook Township newsletter.
The Northwestern Chester County Municipal Authority (NCCMA) manages the sewer system in Honey Brook Township.
P. O. Box 308
Honey Brook, PA 19344
(37 Dampman Rd.)
The NCCMA consists of three Board members from each of Honey Brook Borough and Honey Brook Township. Honey Brook Township is represented by:
Donald Kline, term to expire 12/31/2020.
Bill Kennedy, term to expire 12/31/2018.
Mike Kern, term to expire 12/31/2019.
For information on the NCCMA’s meeting schedule, click here.
On-Lot septic permits are issued by the Chester County Health Department (CCHD). Click here for information, or call 610-344-5270.
For helpful tips for on-lot sewage system maintenance, click on the following links:
- Don’t Let This Happen to You.
- On-Lot Sewage Information.
- Septic Maintenance
- The Ins and Outs of Septic Maintenance in PA
The Board of Supervisors held an educational meeting on December 12, 2013, to provide information for homeowners with on-lot sewage systems. Click here for a link to the Power Point presentation from that meeting.
December 12, 2013 On-Lot Sewage Education Presentation
|Basic Maintenance||Indicators of Problems||
Options to Reduce or Eliminate
|Seth Bacon (Soil and Wetland Consulting)||Tom Ferrero (FRANC Environmental)||Megan Andress (PreDOC)||Joe Valentine (Quality Septic Inspections, LLC|
Last update: October 1, 2018.