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Welcome! The Chillicothe Commerce Center is located at in downtown at 514 Washington Street and houses offices for the Chillicothe Area Chamber of Commerce, the Greater Chillicothe Visitors Region, Main Street Chillicothe, the Chillicothe Development Corporation and the Chillicothe Area Arts Council. It is a resource center for new and long-time residents. The Center provides phone books, city/county maps, state maps and lists of realtors, rental property owners, churches and organizations. Information about local and nearby communities and attractions is also available.
Electric & Water
Chillicothe Municipal Utilities provides electric and water service to customers within the city limits of Chillicothe. 660-646-1664
Farmers Electric Cooperative provides elec- tric service to customers outside the city limits of Chillicothe.
Rural Water Service
Customers outside the Chillicothe city limits are served by public water supply districts.
Livingston Public Water Supply District No.1 660-745-3448
Livingston Public Water Supply District No.2 660-646-4083
Livingston Public Water Supply District No.3 660-636-5257
Livingston Public Water Supply District No.4 660-359-4036
Linn/Livingston Public Water Supply District No.3 660-659-2266
Empire District Gas Co., 1 Calhoun Street, Chillicothe 1-800-424-0427
Hookup usually within 24 to 48 hrs. www.empiredistrict.com
Ferrellgas, 1 E. Jackson, 660-646-5438
MFA, 902 Harvester Rd., 660-646-2452
Garbage / Trash Removal
City — Chillicothe Municipal Utilities.
Curb-side residential service is provided Monday through Friday for in-town residents. Pickup is once a week. A monthly base fee is charged on the utility bill, plus a per bag charge. Required orange bags are $1 for each 30-gallon bag or 50 cents per each 13-gallon bag and may be purchased at CMU, Hy-Vee, Piggly Wiggly, Wal- Mart, Westlake Hardware and Walgreens.
Rural — Waste Corporation of America provides trash hauling services to customers outside the Chillicothe city limits. 201 Mitchell Road, Chillicothe. 660-707-8000
The City of Chillicothe implemented a free curbside recycling program in 1992, through which recyclable materials are collected weekly on regular trash pickup days. Chillicothe Municipal Utilities collects tin, aluminum, No. 1 and No. 2 plastic and paper-related materials. Non-recyclable materials must be put into orange trash bags that may be purchased at several places in town. For details about the recycling program, contact Chillicothe Municipal Utilities at 660-646-1664.www.cmuonline.net
Christmas Tree pickup
The Chillicothe Street Department has a free curbside Christmas tree pickup over the holidays. Dates are announced by the local media. Street Department: 660-646-3811
Chillicothe Municipal Utilities accepts household hazardous waste from city resi- dents in the spring and fall only on designated days at 215 Brunswick.
Open burning of natural refuse (trees, leaves, grass clippings, etc.), is permitted on private property year round. Materials must be no larger than 2 inches in diameter. If burning in a barrel, barrels must be at least 15 feet away from any building. Burning in the open must be at least 50 feet from any structure. Water source must be available. For more information, please contact 660-646-2139.
Chillicothe Transfer Station at 201 Mitchell Road accepts yard waste (grass and leaves) with no fee assessed for Chillicothe resi- dents. There is a $5 fee per pickup truck load of brush. The transfer station is open from 7 a.m. until 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Stickers may be purchased for 75 cents at Chillicothe Municipal Utilities for curbside collection of yard waste. 660-646-1664
Transfer Station / Landfill
Chillicothe Transfer Station is open from 7 a.m. until 4 p.m. Monday through Friday and accepts anything that is accepted at a landfill. The station charges by the ton and there is a minimum fee. The transfer station is located at 201 Mitchell Road. Contact 660-707-8000. CMU also has a spring cleanup for city residents to bring any items (appliances at no charge and tires for a fee) to the Chillicothe Transfer Station. Contact CMU for dates. Contact 660-707-8000. CMU also has a spring cleanup for city res- idents to bring any items (appliances at no charge and tires for a fee) to the Chillicothe Transfer Station. Contact CMU for dates. 660-646-1664
Satellite or cable is necessary for best reception. The City of Chillicothe is served by ZitoMedia, 421 Locust St. Hookup usually within 24 hours. ZitoMedia also has a local origination channel and offers Internet and other services. Service area includes all of the city of Chillicothe and extends to an area just outside the city limits. 660-646-2260 www.zitomedia.net
Satellite TV Service —
Direct TV 1-888-866-3088
Dish Network 1-800-200-0004
320 N 10th, Room 412, St. Joseph, MO
Green Hills Technologies, 7926 NE State Route M,Breckenridge, MO
ZitoMedia, 421 Locust Street, 660-646-2260, www.zitomedia.net
Verizon Wireless, 1301 N. Washington, 660-646-0000
AT&T, 820 S. Washington, 660-707-1000
City, rural and post office box mail deliv- ery are available in Chillicothe Monday through Saturday, except on holidays. Residents moving to Chillicothe or changing addresses within town should contact the Chillicothe Post Office, 401 S. Washington St. 660-646-1133. www.usps.com
The business window is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. and on Saturday from 8:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. The lobby area provides access to P.O. boxes, is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Postal service for mailing needs also available at contract station at Hy-Vee. 7 collection boxes throughout town with last pickup of day at 2:30 p.m. Monday-Saturday (except holidays).
The post office is a sectional center facility, processing mail for all 646 zip codes. Changing addresses and making hold mail requests can be done online.
Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune (daily). 818 Washington Street, 660-646-2411www.chillicothenews.com
C-T X-Tra (weekly shopper) 818 Washington Street, 660-646-2411, www.chillicothenews.com
Ad Pages (weekly shopper) 430 Washington Street, 660-707-1820, www.shomemore.com
KCHI (1010 AM/98.5 FM), 421 Washington St., Chillicothe, 660-646-4173 www.kchi.com
KULH (105.9 FM), 802 Calhoun St., Chillicothe, 660-646-2255 www.1059thewave.com
KMZU (100.7 FM), 102 N. Mason St., Carrollton, 660-646-0096 www.kmzu.com
KGOZ (92.3 FM ) 804 Main St., Trenton, 660-359-2727 www.kttn.com
KZBK/KFMZ (96.9 FM) 107 S. Main Street, Brookfield, 660-258-3383, www.kzbkradio.com
KRLI (103.9 FM), 615 Cherokee, Suite 2, Marshall, 660-831-1234 www.krli.net