Welcome to the Official Website of Holliday Water Company
Our Commitment to You
Holliday Water Company is committed to providing safe, high quality water services to our community, while maintaining a standard of excellence in customer service and environmental conservation.
Please help us keep you protected by keeping Water meters visible and accessible – clear away all vegetation
- Call our office at (801) 277-2893 (debit/credit or e-check)
- Autopay with Xpress Bill Pay (Click on Green Payment box listed above and to the right of your screen)
- Mail in payment with your bill stub
- Please check periodically to make sure your payment method is current.
Update: Pipeline Replacement Projects
Holliday Water Company (HWC) has completed all pipeline projects for 2023. Thank you for your patience during this process.
For after hours emergencies only call: Nathan (801) 801-598-6523
Your Water Bill -- FAQs:
- What is the “Minimum Charge” on the bill?
Answer: The Minimum Charge is a quarterly charge that helps cover fixed costs associated with providing water service, and it is billed to everyone. Many utilities have similar charges that are called by different names such as “service fee,” “basic service fee” and “basic charge.”
- What is the water charge?
Answer: This charge occurs once a shareholder uses more water than their share covers. See tiered rates by clicking on “Customer Service Tab” and select “Water Rates.”
- How much water does a company stock share provide?
Answer: Each house and business connected to the Holliday Water Company system has a share or partial share of stock. One full share of company stock includes 60,000 gallons of non-billed water per year, which are allocated as follows: 10,000 gallons for the first quarter; 20,000 gallons for the second quarter; 20,000 gallons for the third quarter; and 10,000 gallons for the fourth quarter.
- Is there a fee to pay by credit card?
- Can I set up my account for Autopay?
Answer: Yes. Go to www.xpressbillpay.com. Create an account, select Holliday Water Company, and enter your water-account number (without decimals).
EPA'S Lead & Copper Rule Revision
The EPA now requires all water companies in the U.S., whether they have lead service lines or not, to comply with certain requirements to reduce exposure to lead from pipes and plumbing.
Click on the following video link to learn more about the possibility of lead and/or copper in your home.