HBPW water main/hydrant flushing is scheduled to begin May/June in certain areas. Learn more about the flushing program and areas affected.Read More
Want to stay updated on the South Shore Drive Reconstruction project?Read More
Recently, Holland Board of Public Works (HBPW) customers have fallen victim to utility scams involving callers, claiming to represent Holland BPW, demanding payment for a past-due balance through a prepaid card, and threatening to shut off service, if the payment is not received.
This is an attempt at fraud. The callers use an untraceable phone service, and ask the customer to stay on the line with them and make payment with a prepaid credit card. Unfortunately, if customers fall victim to this scam, their payment goes to the fraudulent scammer and is not traceable.
Read more on how you can protect yourself from scams.
Michigan summers and fall can be beautiful, but it can also bring heavy winds and thunderstorms, creating potential hazards such as downed power lines. Remember, even if the line is not sparking, it can still be very dangerous. If you see a downed power line, stay away and call HBPW immediately at 616.355.1500.Read More
Do you have expired or unwanted medications sitting around at home? Don't throw them out and don't pour them down the toilet! Drop them off in the lobby of the Holland DPS at 89 W 8th St., downtown holland, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Holland Energy Park Visitor's Center is not yet open to the public. Group tour (15-20) can be requested through the HEP website. Look for more information on open hours to the public after the first of the year.Read More
The trail around Holland Energy Park is officially open! Take a stroll and check it out today.Read More
Clean Corporate Citizenship is a voluntary program that provides the opportunity for companies to be publicly recognized by the State of Michigan for demonstrating environmental stewardship and strong environmental ethics through their operations. Documentation related to the C3 application will be available for a 30 day public review beginning the week of 10/15/2017 at Herrick District Library in Holland, MI.Read More