On Thursday, November 16, 2023 SPWA will begin its fall flushing of hydrants throughout our service areas during the months of November and December. Customers may experience a drop in pressure, low pressure, or discolored water. Thank you for your patience. 


The Purpose of Hydrant Flushing

In our efforts to provide our customers with high quality water, Fire Hydrant flushing is a part of regular Authority operations and maintenance. Hydrant Flushing is semi-annual maintenance that works to clear the main lines of sediment and to determine that the hydrants are working properly.  When flushing you may experience a loss of water, low pressure or may see some discoloration in your water. This is only a temporary condition and normal service will be restored promptly.  If you have any questions or need additional information please contact our Office at 1-800-356-4168.  

Did You Know...

Conventional washers built before 2011 use about 40 gallons per load. Newer high efficiency washers use about 15 gallons per load. 


On Monday, May 1st Southwestern PA Water Authority will begin its Spring flushing in the following areas:
Townships to include:
Franklin Township
Waynesburg Boro
Luzerne Twp (Fayette County)
Menallen Township (Fayette County)
Redstone Township (Fayette County)