Welcome to the Town of Havana Utilities!

The Town of Havana is a full-service utility provider. We offer electric, natural gas, water, sewer and garbage collection.

To connect services, please come to the Cecil G. Trippe Municipal Building, 711 North Main Street, Havana, Florida. Our office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

All new accounts will be charged a non-refundable connection fee of $25 per service.

The residential utility deposit for renters ranges from $200 to $400, and the homeowner’s deposit ranges from $50 to $200. depending upon an online credit verification.

If a location has Town water only, the deposit will be $25 to $50.

The commercial deposit is two (2) times the average utility bill.

If you have any questions, please call 850-539-2820.


The Town of Havana purchases its electricity from Florida Municipal Power Agency, a joint action agency, to get the lowest cost for our customers.

Net Metering (Solar) Accounts

Please follow this link for an Application for Interconnection of Customer-Owned Renewable Generation Systems

What is a Fuel Adjustment?

“What is a ‘fuel adjustment,’ and why is it increasing my utility bill?” This is a question Havana’s citizens are asking. It is an important question to answer because it looks like higher natural gas costs are here for a while.


The Town of Havana provides water for Town residents and also suburban districts. The rated capacity of the Treatment Plant is 670,000 gallons per day. Finished water storage is 750,000 gallons in elevated tanks and 250,000 gallons of ground storage. The daily consumption is 431,000 per day and the average pressure is 55 pounds per square inch. Read our most recent Town of Havana Water Quality Report.

10 Water Saving Facts 
  1. Check for leaks in all inside sinks and outside faucets.  Studies have shown that leaks account for as much as 5% of all indoor water use.
  2. Replace your old toilet which probably uses 5-7 gallons per flush (largest water user in homes); if your home was built before 1992 and the toilet has never been replaced, then you do not have a water-efficient, 1.6 gallons per flush toilet. Studies have shown that toilet leaks account for as much as 20% of all indoor water use.
  3. Replace old washing machines (2nd largest water user in homes).  If your washing machine is not Energy Star™ rated, then you are wasting anywhere from 35-50% more water and 50% more energy than the newer models. This change alone can save you money on your water and energy bills per month.
  4. Run your dishwasher and washing machine only when they are full.  You can save over 1,000 gallons per month.
  5. Take a shower instead of a bath.  Taking a bath typically uses 40 gallons of water compared to a shower which uses about 20 gallons of water.  
  6. Try to keep showers to under 5 minutes for more water conservation. You can save 1,000 gallons per month.
  7. Before lathering up, install a low-flow showerhead which controls the amount of water flow and which is quite inexpensive and more luxurious.  This can save you over 500 gallons per week. 
  8. When washing dishes by hand, don’t let the water run while rinsing. 
  9. When brushing your teeth or shaving, don’t let the water run.
  10. When washing or rinsing your car/boat outside using an outside water hose, be sure to attach a nozzle that controls the flow of water. 

Natural Gas

The Town of Havana purchases its natural gas through Municipal Gas Authority of Georgia.


The Town of Havana provides sewer services for town residents and businesses on the east side of the railroad tracks.

Garbage Collection

Service is franchised to Waste Pro for solid waste collection. Residential is $22.61 per month. Commercial is based on size of dumpster and frequency of pick-ups. Recycling is also available for $7.27 per month. 

Residential service includes household garbage. To ensure pick up please put your barrel out Tuesday evening.  

Bulk item pick up or special pick up items such as yard debris must be called in the day before normal trash delivery. Bulk items may include large items such as refrigerators, etc.  Yard debris includes leaves and grass clippings which must be containerized in boxes, bags or old garbage cans (not your barrel).  Tree limbs must be up to 4 ft. long and 3 inches in diameter.  (Do not place under power lines or next to a fence). These items are picked up on Thursday and Saturday.  To ensure bulk item/yard debris pick up please call no later than Tuesday.  Wastepro does not pick up electronics or building supplies. 

Please call the Town at 850-539-2820 to ensure bulk items or white goods requested is available for pickup.   If your item is missed and you have called for pickup please call our office to report your miss.

We have customer information sheets in the office that states this same information, please feel free to pick one up the next time you are in paying your bill.