The Missouri Supreme Court has issued an order that all in-person court appearances or proceedings have been suspended through April 17th, 2020. Therefore, the Chaffee Municipal Court Date of April 14th, 2020 has been postponed until May 5th, 2020 … Continue reading →
The front lobby of City Hall will be closed to walking traffic until further notice. Please use the drive-through at City Hall, call to make payments, or use our online payment system at https://cityofchaffee.epayub.com/ . Our goal is to to … Continue reading →
Chaffee Public Works will be picking up limbs across town as quickly as they can get to it in your area. Please be patient. Have them piled in front of your house in an orderly manner and cut no longer … Continue reading →
Pete Tanner Solid Waste will pickup trash on Thursday July 4th.
The City of Chaffee in conjunction with Pete Tanners Solid Waste is excited to introduce a new, more convenient way to dispose of trash. Pete Tanners Solid Waste has agreed to provide 96 Gallon wheeled containers to each resident. The … Continue reading →
The Chaffee Public Works Department makes every effort to clear streets when snow and ice events occur. Snow and ice control measures are directed to achieving and maintaining relatively safe traffic movement on public streets within a reasonable time period. … Continue reading →
Chapter 215 of the Ordinances of the city of Chaffee describes our laws concerning nuisances. You can read it here: Chapter 215 Chaffee Ordinances Most of our neighbors and fellow citizens act responsibly and are not the source of nuisances. … Continue reading →
The 2017 CCR is available at: 2017 Chaffee CCR. For a CCR paper copy, please call us at 573-887-3558 or a copy can be picked up at City Hall, 222 W. Yoakum, Chaffee, MO 63740.
The second installment for the sewer rate increase will be on the June usage bill which will be due August 10, 2018.
The City of Chaffee will be increasing sewer rates effective October 1, 2017 to meet a rate schedule required to finance the city’s water improvement project. The rates will be based on OCtober water meter usage readings which will be … Continue reading →