UGI Penn Natural Gas provides gas service at pressures ranging from 30 PSI to 55 PSI. Gas mains in the park are 4" intermediate pressure.
Park water is supplied from Pennsylvania American Water Company's (PAWC's) Watres Reservoir, is filtered at PAWC's Watres Treatment Plant, and is stored in a 500,000 gallon standpipe water tank in the park. A 12" water main with direct feed from the water tank provides combined domestic/fire protection service for most lots. A booster station and a separate 6" main provide domestic service for certain higher elevation lots. The 12" main provides fire protection for those lots. Lower elevation lots receive domestic and fire service from the 12" main. Pressures in the park range from 60 PSI to 95 PSI.
Conveyance is provided by the Plains Township Sewer Authority and treatment is provided by the Wyoming Valley Sanitary Authority (WVSA). All sanitary mains within the park are 8" or 10" diameter gravity sewers. The WVSA has an excess capacity of approximately 7 million gallons per day.
Service within the park is provided by PPL Electric Utilities through underground primary and secondary distribution facilities. PPL's East Mountain substation is located immediately adjacent to the park. The substation has two independently supplied 69/12.47KV, 10MVA, step-down transformers. Each transformer in turn supplies a 13.8 KV bus section, which is connected though a normally closed bus tie breaker. As a result, the loss of either 69KV transmission feed to the substation or either transformer will not result in any service interruptions.
Verizon, Level 3, CTSI/Frontier Communications, Zayo Bandwith and One Communications all serve the park. Services available include local, regional and long distance telephone, Internet (dial-up, high-speed, and dedicated access), T-1 lines, T-3 lines, OC3 to OC196, ISDN, DSL, frame relays, and LAN/WAN services. Local points of presence for these firms are located in Wilkes-Barre, Scranton, Pittston and Clarks Summit.