Carrollton-City Municipal Utilities

Carrollton-City Municipal Utilities For several years prior to 1938, there was considerable talk in Carrollton, Missouri advocating municipal ownership and operation of the electric and water utilities.
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Contracts with the private corporation serving the town were to expire in January 1939. With this stimulus, a mass meeting of citizens in early 1938 appointed a committee to lay before the town council a petition requesting an engineering investigation and report on the subjects of a municipal-owned water system to be operated in conjunction with the electric utility. After receiving a favorable r

Contracts with the private corporation serving the town were to expire in January 1939. With this stimulus, a mass meeting of citizens in early 1938 appointed a committee to lay before the town council a petition requesting an engineering investigation and report on the subjects of a municipal-owned water system to be operated in conjunction with the electric utility. After receiving a favorable r

Operating as usual

07/07/2020

***Update*** power has been restored

Evergy has dropped our feed and are working on the problem. Unknown when the problem will be fixed. Hopefully soon.

07/03/2020

***Update*** Evergy fixed the problem. Power is restored

We are experiencing a city wide outage at this time. CMU lost its feed from Evergy and they are working on fixing the problem. Time of fix is unknown at this time.

**Hot Weather Alert** The forecast is showing several very hot days. CMU encourages customers to continue to conserve en...
07/18/2019

**Hot Weather Alert** The forecast is showing several very hot days. CMU encourages customers to continue to conserve energy by rescheduling and reducing their electrical consumption whenever possible. CMU will continue to do its part by monitoring and maintaining load during times of peak consumption.
Residents can reduce consumption with simple measures such as turning off lights in unoccupied rooms, shutting down electronics that are not in use and closing window shades or blinds. Rescheduling operation of appliances like dishwashers, washing machines, and pool filters to later in the evening or early in the morning can help prevent electrical outages.
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Carrollton Municipal Utilities
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06/14/2019
It's National Lineman Appreciation Day! #thankalineman
04/18/2019

It's National Lineman Appreciation Day! #thankalineman

02/19/2019
Here are a few helpful tips to help prevent your water pipes from freezing.• Turn up the heat.• Set up fans to blow heat...
01/28/2019

Here are a few helpful tips to help prevent your water pipes from freezing.

• Turn up the heat.
• Set up fans to blow heat into cold rooms.
• Open vanity or cabinet doors so warm air can reach the pipes under sinks.
• If you have exposed pipes inside closets or pantries, leave doors open.
• Disconnect garden hoses from outdoor faucets. Even “frost proof” faucets can burst if a hose is connected.
• Keep the garage door closed.
• If you have reduced water flow, get heat the most vulnerable pipes (usually in basements and crawl spaces or near exterior walls).

Thanks,
CMU

07/02/2018
**Hot Weather Alert** The forecast is showing several very hot days. CMU encourages customers to continue to conserve en...
06/28/2018

**Hot Weather Alert** The forecast is showing several very hot days. CMU encourages customers to continue to conserve energy by rescheduling and reducing their electrical consumption whenever possible. CMU will continue to do its part by monitoring and maintaining load during times of peak consumption.
Residents can reduce consumption with simple measures such as turning off lights in unoccupied rooms, shutting down electronics that are not in use and closing window shades or blinds. Rescheduling operation of appliances like dishwashers, washing machines, and pool filters to later in the evening or early in the morning can help prevent electrical outages.
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Carrollton Municipal Utilities
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04/06/2018

We are experiencing a town wide power outage at the moment. We have notified KCP&L of the down transmission line. We are hoping for a speedy fix. We are sorry for any inconvence this may have caused. We will update you when we know more.

Thanks,
CMU

02/20/2018

Water main break has occurred at S.Main St. & Bolen St. CMU water department is working quickly to repair the leak. Please drive with caution in this area.

Thanks,
CMU

**FOR SALE**Carrollton Municipal Utilities (CMU) is offering a 2009 John Deere 310J backhoe for sale.  Bids for purchase...
02/07/2018

**FOR SALE**
Carrollton Municipal Utilities (CMU) is offering a 2009 John Deere 310J backhoe for sale.
Bids for purchase of this unit will be accepted at the Carrollton Municipal Utilities office located at 500 S Main Street Carrollton, MO 64633 until 4 PM on February 21, 2018. The bids must be in a sealed envelope with “310J Backhoe Bid” on the lower left hand corner of the envelope. Bidders shall include their name and contact information along with their bid offer.
Bids will be publicly opened on February 22, 2018 at 9 AM in the conference room at the above referenced office. The successful bidder will be notified once the successful bid has been determined and accepted by the board. CMU reserves the right to reject any or all bids for any reason.
Interested parties will be able to inspect the unit for sale on February 9, 2018 at the shop located at 1019 S Main Street Carrollton, MO. Contact Jeff Harper at 660-542-1997 to schedule an appointment.
The successful bidder will not be able to take possession until CMU has received their new, replacement backhoe.

01/02/2018

We are experiencing a major power failure right now. We are working very hard to try and get this corrected. This power outage could take a few hours so please find a warm place. Please contact anyone who does not have Facebook to spread the word. We are very sorry for any inconvence this has caused.

Here are a few helpful tips to help prevent your water pipes from freezing.• Turn up the heat.• Set up fans to blow heat...
12/29/2017

Here are a few helpful tips to help prevent your water pipes from freezing.

• Turn up the heat.
• Set up fans to blow heat into cold rooms.
• Open vanity or cabinet doors so warm air can reach the pipes under sinks.
• If you have exposed pipes inside closets or pantries, leave doors open.
• Disconnect garden hoses from outdoor faucets. Even “frost proof” faucets can burst if a hose is connected.
• Keep the garage door closed.
• If you have reduced water flow, get heat the most vulnerable pipes (usually in basements and crawl spaces or near exterior walls).

Have a safe and happy holiday weekend.
Thanks,
CMU

Thanks to everyone who came out to the Christmas parade! Another great year!
11/25/2017

Thanks to everyone who came out to the Christmas parade! Another great year!

Come by and see us at the CCMH trunk-or-treat!
10/29/2017

Come by and see us at the CCMH trunk-or-treat!

10/27/2017

CMU will have a scheduled outage today in a small localized area. The costumers in this area have been notified of this outage. If you have not been notified by CMU personnel this will not impact your service. Thanks CMU

09/29/2017
07/20/2017

During the recent CMU board meeting two different topics were discussed at great lengths. Today’s newspaper contained an article regarding the board meeting. CMU would like to clarify a few of the misconceptions found in today’s newspaper article.
• We are doing a meter charge of $12.00 on ELECTRIC METERS ONLY.
• This charge will NOT be for water meters.
• This electric meter charge is NOT a part of our Water System Improvement Plan. We will be holding Townhall meetings to discuss the Water System Improvement Plan soon. Please follow us on Facebook to see when meetings will be held.
• When doing our research, we’ve asked several surrounding cities if they have an electric meter charge and found that every city we have asked said YES. Rates came in between $12.00 & $23.00 per meter.
• We decided to go with the lower amount to help with lower/fixed incomes.
• The meter charge will help offset the cost incurred of new meters and help us continue to upgrade our infrastructure to make sure you have a good and reliable power source.
We are very sorry for the confusion and if you have any other questions or concerns call us at the office 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Monday thru Friday (660)542-0360
Thanks,
CMU

**Hot Weather Alert** The forecast showing several very hot days. CMU encourages customers to continue to conserve energ...
07/18/2017

**Hot Weather Alert** The forecast showing several very hot days. CMU encourages customers to continue to conserve energy by rescheduling and reducing their electrical consumption whenever possible. CMU will continue to do its part by monitoring and maintaining load during times of peak consumption.
Residents can reduce consumption with simple measures such as turning off lights in unoccupied rooms, shutting down electronics that are not in use and closing window shades or blinds. Rescheduling operation of appliances like dishwashers, washing machines, and pool filters to later in the evening or early in the morning can help prevent electrical outages.
Thanks,
Carrollton Municipal Utilities
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CMU would like to congratulate the winners of the 1st annual CMU BBQ COOK-OFF! Also, we would like to give a BIG thanks ...
07/06/2017

CMU would like to congratulate the winners of the 1st annual CMU BBQ COOK-OFF! Also, we would like to give a BIG thanks to all participants and to Tom Stechmann with Suez Advanced Solutions/Utility Service Group. We can't wait to do it again next year!

Thanks,
CMU

Don't forget to that we will be hosting the CMU BBQ COOK-OFF at the CarrollTON's of Fun Day on July 4th! If you're inter...
06/23/2017

Don't forget to that we will be hosting the CMU BBQ COOK-OFF at the CarrollTON's of Fun Day on July 4th! If you're interested please call the office to register or if you have any questions (660)542-0360.
Thanks,
CMU

**Reminder** We will be hosting the CMU BBQ COOK-OFF at the CarrollTON's of Fun Day on July 4th! Please call the office ...
05/17/2017

**Reminder** We will be hosting the CMU BBQ COOK-OFF at the CarrollTON's of Fun Day on July 4th! Please call the office to register or if you have any questions (660)542-0360.

-CMU

04/18/2017
dnr.mo.gov

CMU CUSTOMER:
As mandated by Missouri Department of Natural Resources, our annual water quality report called the Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) has been filed and is available for your review.
The current year CCR is available at:
www.dnr.mo.gov/ccr/mo2010140.pdf
For a CCR paper copy, please call our business office at (660)542-0360.
Thanks,
Carrollton Municipal Utilities

CMU would like to congratulate Howard "Nubbin" Davis on receiving the Silver Water Drop award from the American Water Wo...
03/30/2017

CMU would like to congratulate Howard "Nubbin" Davis on receiving the Silver Water Drop award from the American Water Works Association. This award is given for 25 cumulative years of membership.

Thanks,
Carrollton Municipal Utilities

03/10/2017

***UPDATE*** Power has been restored for most of the area that was affected by the tornado on March 6th, 2017. We know of a few areas that are still out of power and we have a crew working on getting power restored to these areas. If you were without power during this time and are still without power, please contact the CMU office. We appreciate your patience with us during this time.

CMU would also like to send out a BIG thank you to Marshall Municipal Utilities for stepping up and helping us out in our time of need. I would also like to send out a HUGE thanks to all the employees of the Town of Carrollton for all your help assisting us with anything we needed. Also, the County Road and Bridge Dept. for helping with clean up so we had a better area to work in. Thanks to the South Side Baptist Church for preparing food for all the workers. Last thank you goes out to the employees of Carrollton Municipal Utilities who stepped up and got right to work putting in long hard hours to make sure power would be restored as soon as possible.

Thank you!
CMU

03/07/2017

We have crews working on restoring power. We ask that you please be patient during this time. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused. CMU will try to have power restored as soon as possible.

Thanks,
CMU

02/02/2017

UPDATE: *** POWER HAS BEEN RESTORED***
Thanks, CMU

PLANNED POWER OUTAGE: Saturday 02/04/17 beginning @ 7 a.m. and ending no later than 11 a.m. Carrollton Municipal Utilities will be replacing a utility pole on N Mason St. In order to perform this work safely, we must temporarily interrupt electric service and turn off power. This outage will allow us to replace the utility pole, make the needed improvements, and restore power in the fastest way possible. We realize this temporary service interruption may cause some inconvenience, and we appreciate your understanding as we work to increase system reliability for the future. Also, all households and businesses that will be without power will be notified by receiving a hanging notice and/or verbally notified by CMU personnel. Thanks CMU

I would like to acknowledge several employees of CMU that received their years of service pins last night. We are extrem...
12/04/2016

I would like to acknowledge several employees of CMU that received their years of service pins last night. We are extremely proud of our great employees that have served their community for so many years. Congratulations!!!

Carlene Strathman - 5 years

Jeff Harper - 10 years

Greg Arnold - 15 years

Chuck Bultmann - 20 years

Nubbin Davis - 35 years

Fred Bahr - 35 years

09/22/2016

We have a crew working on a leak on N. Main St between 6th St. & 7th St. The road will be closed thru the lunch hour in this area. Please drive with caution.

Thanks,
CMU

08/17/2016

*UPDATE: All residents or businesses that are under a boil advisory received a door hanging notice. If you or your business did not receive one you're not under a boil advisory.

ALERT: Boil advisory will be in place for 48 hours or until further notice. Area under boil advisory includes:
-10th St. located between Jefferson St. and Hilltop Dr.
-Johnson Estates Addition
-Carrollton Area Career Center & 7th & 8th Grade Buildings only. This advisory does NOT apply to the High School.

Thanks,
CMU

07/19/2016

With the forecast showing several very hot days. CMU encourages customers to continue to conserve energy by rescheduling and reducing their electrical consumption whenever possible. CMU will continue to do its part by monitoring and maintaining load during times of peak consumption.
Residents can reduce consumption with simple measures such as turning off lights in unoccupied rooms, shutting down electronics that are not in use and closing window shades or blinds. Rescheduling operation of appliances like dishwashers, washing machines, and pool filters to later in the evening or early in the morning can help prevent electrical outages.
Thanks,
Carrollton Municipal Utilities
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07/07/2016

Our crews are working on getting power restored due to bad weather. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Thanks,
CMU

06/22/2016

With temperatures rising into the 90’s. CMU encourages customers to continue to conserve energy by rescheduling and reducing their electrical consumption whenever possible. CMU will continue to do its part by monitoring and maintaining load during times of peak consumption.

Residents can reduce consumption with simple measures such as turning off lights in unoccupied rooms, shutting down electronics that are not in use and closing window shades or blinds. Rescheduling operation of appliances like dishwashers, washing machines, and pool filters to later in the evening or early in the morning can help prevent electrical outages.

Thanks,
Carrollton Municipal Utilities
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06/06/2016
Carrollton-City Municipal Utilities

Carrollton-City Municipal Utilities

To keep everyone informed about the leak on N Ely St.: We had a 6" main leak on N Ely St. just South of W 4th St. on 05/12/16 and leak was fixed. When fixing that leak we found out that a valve was not working properly and needed to be fixed/replaced (valve that is currently still leaking). We needed to put isolation valves in to shut a section of the main down which requires an outside company to install while the water is still flowing (these are the valves that where put in just north and south of the leak). The valves were necessary as we had no other way of isolating the line. With adding these valves we can now fix the problem and add more valves in the area to help if we have another leak. Thank you for your patience

Address

500 S Main St
Carrollton, MO
64633-1143

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 17:00
Thursday 08:00 - 17:00
Friday 08:00 - 17:00

Telephone

(660) 542-0360

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