October 2020 Board Update
Watershed Committee Selected to Operate Fellows Lake Marina
City Utilities is partnering with the Watershed Committee of the Ozarks to operate the marina at Fellows Lake beginning on March 1, 2021. The current facility will close yearly operations on October 31, 2020. During the off-season, the current marina will be removed and replaced with a new dock and a separate store near the shore. Final details on this community partnership and plans for Fellows Lake recreation opportunities will be available in the future.
CU Transit Provides Free Rides on Election Day
CU Transit joins other transit systems across the nation to providing free rides on election day Tuesday, November 3rd. Rides on normal routes and schedules, along with Access Express, will be free that day. The CU Transit Center will again be a general polling location for Greene County.
Prepare Your Home for Cold Winter Days
Now’s this time to prepare for cold winter months. CU offers rebates to help you make your home more efficient cost effectively. Rebates are available for smart thermostats, high-efficiency heating and cooling equipment and adding more insulation to your home. We also provide convenient, secure ways to pay your bill that will save you time. Visit the Ways to Save, and My Account sections of our website for more information.
ACT FAST – If You Smell Natural Gas
City Utilities reminds customers that if you think you smell natural gas or suspect a gas leak in your home or business to “Act Fast” and leave the area immediately, then call 863-9000 or 9-1-1 to make a report. More information and safety tips are available in the safety section of our website.
October Board of Public Utilities Meeting
The Board of Public Utilities today held a joint Board meeting and retreat. The retreat focused on long term strategic issues that may be formally presented in the future.