Tornado Alley In The Ozarks Means Bedtime Storms

Tornado Alley In The Ozarks Means Bedtime Storms

It’s the middle of the night. The sirens blare. You grab your phone, emergency kit, and round up your household to head to your storm shelter. Finally, your power goes out. Have you ever wondered why it seems like we’re ALWAYS...

May 2019 Board Update

  June 17 – 21 Recognized as Communities In Motion Week City Utilities Transit joins other community transit providers in recognizing the efforts and success of public transportation. CU will host several events the week of...

April 2019 Board Update

  Board Receives Updates and Discusses Programs during Working Retreat Following the business portion of the monthly meeting, the Board of Public Utilities received updates from CU staff on possible water system expansion...
5 Spring Projects To Beautify Your Landscape

5 Spring Projects To Beautify Your Landscape

  The beautiful weather is calling to you to get outside and work on some projects! Do you need some ideas for some awesome projects to start this spring that will beautify your home and landscape? To celebrate April as...

March 2019 Board Update

  Semi-annual Electric and Natural Gas Fuel Cost Adjustments Every six-months City Utilities adjusts the Electric and Natural Gas fuel cost factor to ensure actual costs are appropriately recovered. As a result of the latest...