Allegheny County COVID-19 Utility Assistance Program
Utility assistance may be available for Pennsylvania American Water customers living in Allegheny County through the Allegheny County COVID-19 Utility Assistance Program. The program provides utility bill payment assistance to residential customers (homeowners and renters) who are facing higher, or outstanding, water and wastewater bills due to the coronavirus (COVID-19).
If COVID-19 impacted your household income, program funds might cover outstanding costs for your Pennsylvania American Water bill that you incurred after April 1, 2020 through July 2021.
Assistance will not be provided to applicants for amounts that have already been paid directly by, or are pending payment, by the applicant or by any other federal, state, or local sources. Eligible applicants include:
- Households located in Allegheny County that are not residents of the City of Pittsburgh or City of McKeesport
- Household incomes at or below 80 percent of the Allegheny County Average Median Income (see table below). Applicants will be required to submit income documentation with their application to be eligible for assistance.
Family Size Max. Monthly Income 1 $4,947 2 $5,656 3 $ 6,364 4 $ 7,067 5 $ 7,635 6 $ 8,203 7 $ 8,765 8 $ 9,333
- United States of America Citizen or Qualified-Resident Alien
Available funding will be distributed on a first come, first served basis. Do not wait! Apply today by using the Dollar Energy Fund’s MyApp page to complete your application. Pennsylvania American Water has partnered with Dollar Energy Fund, Inc., a utility assistance organization, to expedite and submit your completed Allegheny County COVID-19 Utility Assistance Program application.