• 9th Street Construction Project

    Want to stay updated on the 9th street construction project? Click here for more information. 



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  • Looking for Something to Do? Check Out Events Involved with HBPW!

    We have an events page available on the website now! HBPW attends a lot of events around Holland from the Fire Truck Parade to the Home Expo. If you're wondering where to find us and when, check out the events page today. It features HBPW sponsored events, and events we attend. Find events here. 

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  • Real-Time Outage Information Now Available for HBPW Customers 

    Out of power? Check out our brand new Outage Center. Receive updates and view restoration times.

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  • Something New to Serve You Better

    You might find a yellow note on your door soon. It means Holland BPW paid you a visit to replace your automated meter. The contractors in the area installing the meters can be identified by a white van exhibiting either an HD Supply logo or Anixter logo. 

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  • Water Main/Hydrant Flushing Project

    HBPW water main/hydrant flushing is scheduled to begin June 6 in certain areas. Learn more about the flushing program and areas affected. 

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  • Utility Scam Alert: Be Wary of Callers Asking for Payment through Pre-Paid Credit Card

    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. 

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  • 2015 Water Quality Report

    The 2015 Water Quality Report is now available online. HBPW had no violations of any standard in 2015 and continues to exceed strict water quality standards as it has since the facility began operations in 1957. The constituents that were detected were all well below the EPA’s allowable levels.

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