Welcome to Chillicothe, Missouri

 Mayor Reed Dupy reminds area residents and visitors that Washington Street, also known as US 65, is a MoDOT maintained roadway. As a state maintained roadway, MoDOT handles plowing the snow and also making any repairs. According to Austin Hibler, Missouri Department of Transportation area engineer, the MoDOT Northwest District Emergency Operations Center (EOC) has been active 27 days so far in 2019. This winter has been especially bad because of a substantially higher amount of freeze-thaw cycles this winter. Jeff Gillespie, Chillicothe Street Superintendent, said crews have addressed pothole issues on most of the main roads and are now working on secondary roads within the city limits.
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Several Livingston County agencies have come together to assist elderly in Livingston County. The Livingston County Senior Tax Board gave a donation to Aging in Place to purchase 10 knox boxes that will become property of the Chillicothe Fire Department and loaned to 10 area senior citizens. These boxes allow law enforcement and emergency services to safely get into someone's home without unnecessary damage to their property. The knox boxes will be given to an elderly resident who resides alone and is in need. The Senior Tax Board also donated funds to the 911 locator sign project which allows for the purchase and installation of fifty (50) 911 locator signs.
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During the February 25 city council meeting, the council unanimously approved the purchase of a Computer Voice Stress Analysis machine for the police department. The used equipment will cost the police department $4,995. One officer will attend a five-day training to become certified to use the equipment for questioning. The council also held their first in-depth discussion over possible new marijuana ordinances and zoning needs after the passage of Amendment 2 by voters in the state in November 2018. Three new employees of the Chillicothe Police Department were also introduced: Brian Schmidt, part-time police officer, and dispatchers, Kaylee Ramsey and Caitlin Howard
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Chillicothe Police Officer Caleb Clements, 2018 City of Chillicothe Employee of the Year, poses with Mayor Reed Dupy during the January 28 City Council meeting. A plaque hanging in the City Council Chambers now contains Clements name, along with the names of past employee of the year award winners. Clements, a seven-year veteran in law enforcement has served four years in Chillicothe. Clements, a field training officer, was nominated by Police Chief Jon Maples. Also at the meeting, the council took several minutes to honor the work and dedication of 3rd Ward Councilman Tom Douglas and former 4th Ward Councilman Paul Howard who both died over the weekend.
CT Photo/Angie Talken
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Green Hills Public Golf Course
660-646-6669
Chilli Bay Water Park
660-646-6107
Chillicothe Parks & Recreation
660-646-4424
CMU
Chillicothe Municipal Utilities
660-646-1664
Chillicothe Fire Department
Emergency: 9-1-1
660-646-2139
Chillicothe Police Department
Emergency: 9-1-1
660-646-2121
Street Department
660-646-3811
Animal Control
660-646-1006
Chillicothe Chamber
660-646-4050

Wednesday, March 20, 2019

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