Serving Presque Isle Harbor Community
in Northern Michigan
Presque Isle Harbor Water Company provides clean drinking water and fire protection to more than 3,000 properties located in this private community along the shores of Lake Huron.
The water distribution system is designed to provide water needs to all residents while maintaining water lines, wells, and fire hydrants throughout the service area.
Water is tested regularly in compliance with Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) in order to provide the best drinking water quality. Our on-site and off-site Water Operators are fully Certified and consistently comply with all necessary continuing education Certification Programs.
Our entire team works diligently to provide the absolute best water quality to all customers. We are dedicated to quality service.
Please review options for you to automatically set dates for shut offs and turn ons, receive notices, or notify us about any concerns you may have. Please also review all information regarding your water service.
Very soon we will be featuring an option for you to be able to pay your water invoices on the Bill Pay page. We are currently still in the process of upgrading our billing system and will offer that option for you soon.
Visit the website often to review any changes, updates, notices, and news.
Proudly serving the Presque Isle Harbor Community
Presque Isle Harbor Association
Please DO NOT be fooled by local salesmen, they can potentially be dishonest about selling you a non-compliant heating system. NO local salesmen are affiliated or have communicated with the PIH Water Company in ANY WAY. Contact us with any questions. DO NOT be scammed by local heating salesmen.
NOTICE TO ALL CUSTOMERS: PIH Water Company does not permit the use of public water to assist with the heating of your home using an open loop heating system. As a result of this use of water, the water company has identified higher than average pumping rates during periods of cold weather. Water meter installation will be scheduled in the near future to promote the conservation of water and to keep operating costs down for all customers.