• National Severe Weather Awareness Week

    April 12-18 marks National Severe Weather Awareness Week. This nationwide effort helps to increase awareness of the severe weather that can affect everyone, and encourages individuals, families, businesses and communities to know their risk, take action and be an example. 


    Wondering how you can stay safe in MI? Check out our electrical safety tips and other information on how to stay safe during a storm. 

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  • April is Safe Digging Month

    Before you break ground this spring, remember to call 811 to ensure underground utility lines are not struck. Call MISS DIG by dialing 811 three business days before digging. 

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  • Interested in Learning More About the Energy Prize? Visit the Website!

    Wondering what the Georgetown University Energy Prize is all about? Head on over to hollandenergyprize.com to learn how Holland city residents can be invovled. 

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  • NEW! A Section Just For Kids! 

    We've got a new feature on our website JUST for kids! The Kid's Korner is a fun, interactive way for kids to learn all about energy! Learn how to read your meter, take quizzes and learn how to stay safe around electricity. 

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  • First Ward Competition Winner

    Brian Everitt, from Holland's North ward, has won the first Georgetown University Energy Prize ward competition! Brian will receive a new, high-efficiency furnace. All he did was receive a furnace tune-up this year. Learn more at www.hollandenergyprize.com!




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  • A Unique Approach to Reducing Energy Consumption

    The City of Holland is taking a unique approach to reducing energy consumption. The motivation:$5 million dollars, and change. Watch the videos here to learn more about the Holland Energy Prize. Visit HollandEnergyPrize.com for helpful tips and learn how you can help!


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