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The City of Holland

City Council Meetings are held on the 3rd Monday of the Month @ 6 p.m. in the KC Center
107 W Travis


Election Notice: You can file for an open place on the ballot starting January 17, 2018
February 16, 2018.
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Pick up an application at
Holland City Hall, 102 W Travis
Positions open:
Council Seat 2
Council Seat 4

Election is May 5, 2018

Home of the Hornets

Water Bills are due the 10th of every month. Cut-off is the 22nd of the month at 1:30 p.m.
You can now pay your waterbill automatically each month, call for information or complete the form located on the utilities page.

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Good afternoon everyone! There has been discussion recently regarding speed limit signs or lack of them on Holland’s urban (residential) roads.

Here’s a bit of traffic law 411:

According to Texas Transportation Code Ann. § 545.352 the speed limit (marked or unmarked) in an urban (residential) district is 30 mph. The only time that differs is if a sign is posted stating a difference in that set speed limit.

Sec. 545.352.  PRIMA FACIE SPEED LIMITS.  (a)  A speed in excess of the limits established by Subsection (b) or under another provision of this subchapter is prima facie evidence that the speed is not reasonable and prudent and that the speed is unlawful.
(b)  Unless a special hazard exists that requires a slower speed for compliance with Section 545.351(b), the following speeds are lawful:
(1)  30 miles per hour in an urban district on a street other than an alley and 15 miles per hour in an alley

If you would like to read this section in it’s entirety it can be located at:
Consumer Confidence Report 2014
Notice of Surface Water Treatment
Consumer Confidence Report 2015
Consumer Confidence Report 2016