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Utilities Billing & Payments

Important Information Regarding Delinquent & Past Due Accounts:

1. Delinquent Accounts (2022 and Prior Years): All delinquent accounts with outstanding balances for garbage fees, sewage maintenance fees, and sewage treatment fees assessed on real estate have been forwarded to Portnoff Law Associates for collection. Please note that delinquent accounts are subject to filing fees, interest, and penalties. Payments for delinquent fees should be made directly to Portnoff Law Associates, not Indiana Borough.


For all questions regarding delinquent accounts, please contact Portnoff Law Associates at 866-211-9466 or through their website at

​2. Past Due Accounts (Unpaid Amounts for Current Year): All past due accounts require immediate attention to bring them up to date. Letters requesting payment are currently being mailed out to address this matter.


Indiana Borough can only accept current or past-due payments for the current year.

Billing Schedule:

Utility bills are typically mailed around the 10th of each month, with a due date on the last business day of that month.

Payments Options:

Pay your utility bill conveniently using various payment methods such as check, savings, credit card, or debit card.


Choose from the following options:

  1. Direct Debit: Follow the steps below in the Automated Clearing House (ACH) section.

  2. Mail: Send a check to 80 North 8th Street, Indiana PA, 15701.

  3. Mobile App: Download PSN's mobile app to pay your bill on the go.

  4. Online: Make a payment through PSN's secure online portal.

  5. Phone: Call PSN at 877-885-7968 to make a payment over the phone.

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Please direct all mail to the Utilities Billing Department.​ We recommend creating a payer profile on a desktop before installing the mobile app for a seamless experience. Please keep in mind that convenience fees apply to electronic payments.

Low-Income Household Water Assistance Program (LIHWAP):

Are you or someone you know at risk of losing water service at their home? Help is available for Pennsylvanians who need help with water bills or who may lose water service. The Low-Income Household Water Assistance Program (LIHWAP) is a new, temporary assistance program created by the American Rescue Plan Act.

LIHWAP can help households that are in emergency situations maintain essential water access in situations such as:

  • Past-due water bills;

  • Termination of water service; or,

  • Threat of termination of water service in the next 60 days.

To qualify, applicants must meet income requirements and have a crisis situation with water service. Learn more about LIHWAP and find out if your water service is participating at


Apply for LIHWAP and other public assistance programs online at anytime through

LIHWAP Fact Sheet

Automated Clearing House (ACH):

Customers wishing to have payments directly withdrawn from a bank account must complete a direct withdrawal form and attach a voided check when returning it to the Utilities Billing Department.


Download a direct withdrawal form here.

Forms can be delivered via mail, in-person or emailed to

Bank Checks:

We recommend to residents who opt to pay via bank checks to schedule their deposit at least 7-10 business days before the last business day of the month. Many banks employ third-party companies for this service, and delays in check delivery may result in late fees.


To ensure timely payments, we encourage paying online, using PSN’s mobile app, or signing up for direct debit (ACH). These methods offer the simplest and most reliable way to pay your utility bill on time.

Secure Payment Processing:

To ensure the highest level of security for your payments, we utilize Payment Service Network (PSN) as our trusted payment processor. PSN has been certified to meet the stringent security requirements of the credit card industry.

Questions and Service:

If you have any questions regarding the amount of your bill or require assistance with our services, please don't hesitate to contact us at 724-465-6691. Our dedicated utility billing staff is here to help.

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