Living Sustainably Along the Lakeshore: Creating a Sustainable Community
March 7, 6:30-8:00pm
Public Reception 6-6:30pm
City Hall Council Chambers
Join us as we explore how Holland is building a more resilient community. Learn about the programs and tools helping us to see where we are and how we can best adapt to change. Hear about the new City Master Plan and Sustainability Report as well as how to make your home more efficient with the financing options like the Home Energy Retrofit Program and new On-Bill Financing Program.
Saturday, May 20 from 8:00am-12:00pm
HBPW Service Center Parking Lot: 625 Hastings Ave, Holland, MI 49424
Stop by to recycle your old, but working appliances for FREE! What can you bring? Refrigerators, freezers, window air conditioners, and dehumidifiers (these may qualify for a $50 or $15 rebate, respective to size, for HBPW customers). Since we’re partnering with PADNOS, we’ll also take anything 50% metal or more. We’ll even take old holiday lights. For a complete item list, visit www.padnos.com/recyclingcenters .
Conservation Corner: Tulip Time
Thursday, May 11 from 12:00pm-4:00pm
Downtown Holland Pocket Park (next to PNC Bank)
As the official Conservation Sponsor of the Tulip Time Festival, HBPW will host a family rest area in the Pocket Park next to the PNC Bank in downtown Holland. Be sure to stop by to enjoy games, win free prizes, try our educational energy bike, and take home energy and water efficiency information!