Approximately 6,900 owners of Radnor properties, which are connected to the public sewer system, are required to pay an annual sewer service charge (or rent) to Radnor Township. Sewer rent is not paid by mortgage companies.
Annual sewer rent revenues fund the maintenance of the township's sanitary sewer system, such as clearing clogged underground sewer pipes, replacing and upgrading older pipes, and for making rental payments to the Radnor-Haverford-Marple Sewer Authority, which coordinates the regional flow of sewage from neighboring municipalities.
Utility Bills (comprised of Sewer Rent and Stormwater Fee) are mailed April 1st to all property owners. Payment is due by May 31st.
The 2021 sewer rent rate is $7.85 per 1,000 gallons of water used by a property in calendar year 2020. The minimum annual sewer rent is $65. Properties with private well water are charged $714 per year unless a meter connected to the well documents more or less than 100,000 gallons of water used the prior year. Properties with on-site sewer systems are not subject to the sewer rent.
Payments may be made in-person or by mail at Radnor Township, 301 Iven Avenue, Wayne, PA 19087 or online. There is no additional charge to pay with a credit card. Important Note:Payments are no longer accepted at the TD Bank on Lancaster Avenue in Wayne.
April 1st - Utility bills mailed
May 31st - Utility bills due
After May 31st - Utility bills paid after May 31st are subject to a 10% penalty; additional monthly interest charges are applied to the unpaid portions of rents each subsequent month.
A 10% late charge will be applied to all unpaid balances as of June 1st. Beginning July 1st, all unpaid balances will be subject to a monthly 0.5% penalty. Any unpaid balances as of December 31st will be liened with all administrative costs being placed on the property owner's account. If a Radnor Township property owner does not pay their utility bill by December 31st of the year after which it is originally due, a lien will be placed against the property, will be subject to a public Sheriff's Sale, until all delinquent rents have been paid.