Sept. 25: Congratulations to Holt Water members Marion & Patty Arnett, John Criss and Elaine Cawthon for winning the $25 water bill credit door prizes at this year’s annual meeting.
Also at the meeting, two board members were reelected to continue to serve another three-year term: Chris Palm and Mack Reeves. Officers of the board remain the same.
Sept. 22: Just a reminder for Holt Water members to attend the annual meeting this Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at the First Baptist Church of Holt fellowship hall. We’ll be electing two board members and giving away four $25 water bill credits as door prizes.
Sept. 16: Although the Chelco substation is out because of Hurricane Sally, water will continue to flow. We have standby generators at both well pumps for just such an occasion. They’ve kicked on and are powering Holt’s water supply.
Sept. 4: Holt Water Works is switching online pay services. However, for now, PayUB is still working and we’re still receiving your payments. If you get a security message when trying to access PayUB, either opt to continue to the “insecure” site (PayUB is a secure site) or give the office a call to make a payment over the phone. Information about a new online pay service will be available soon.
Aug. 18: Holt Water Works’s annual meeting will be held Sept. 24 at 6:30 p.m. in the fellowship hall of the First Baptist Church of Holt. Four door prizes of $25 water bill credits will be given during the meeting.
May 28: The 2019 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report is now available (see below)
May 4: The office has reopened.
April 28: The Holt Water office has a new address: 4618 Johnson Street.
March 23: The Holt Water office will be closed until further notice due to COVID-19. Bills may be dropped off in the dropbox or paid online using the PayUB link at holtwaterworks.org. Questions about billing or service may be directed to 850-537-4113.
Water Quality Reports
Call before Digging
Before digging, call Sunshine One call
Holt Water at 850-537-4113 to have someone come out and mark the water lines to prevent hitting, and possibly damaging underground water lines.