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What is PA One Call?
In Pennsylvania, homeowners and contractors are required to contact PA One Call, by dialing 8-1-1 at least three business days before beginning any digging or excavation project. When PA One Call receives a call, it will alert the appropriate underground facility owners of the intent to dig. The underground facility owners will identify any underground lines or facilities at the work site.
Who should call PA One Call?
Calling PA One Call, by dialing 8-1-1, is for professional excavators and do-it-yourself homeowners. If a homeowner is doing he actual work, then it is the responsibility of the homeowner to contact PA One Call. This service is free to the homeowner. However, if a homeowner has hired a contractor to do the work, then the contractor is required to contact PA One Call.
When should I call PA One Call?
No matter is the project is as simple as planting shrubs and trees or installing a new mailbox post, PA law requires anyone planning to do any digging or excavation contact PA One Call at least three days in advance.
Beginning on June 1st, 2015, you can also make your water bill payments at Ameriserv Bank in Northern Cambria! You must have a copy of your water bill with you and you must be paying the total amount in full that is listed on your bill. Partial payments will need to be brought into our office. Any customers that are in jeopardy of being shut off must also make payment at the Borough Office to ensure your account in credited in a timely manner.
You can also use their convenient Drive thru Window!!!
If you have not updated your meter to a new radio read system, please contact us ASAP. A notice appeared on all customer bills who still need updated. For more information and a list of frequently asked questions click here.