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Residents must go to the Service Department (35 South Paint Street), show proof of address and driver's license or vehicle registration to obtain a parking permit. Permits are free of charge and enforced for one calendar year. Only one permit is allowed per household.
For additional information or answers to questions about collection and regulations call (740) 773-2700, Monday-Friday from 7:30 am - 4:30 pm.
The City's Yard Waste Drop-Off Site at 415 Renick Avenue is available to residents from the hours of 7 AM to 7 PM seven days a week. Yard waste in plastic bags must be emptied and the bags removed.
Curbside leaf collection information will be posted in the fall.
In the event of snow/ice, crews will begin working on major highways first. Secondary streets will be cleared after major thoroughfares are attended to.
All over town crews are hard at work cleaning out storm sewers and drains before the rainstorms that are due.
You may take large items to Rumpke located at 990 Eastern Avenue. Their telephone number is 773-1440; please call them concerning fees and hours of operation. If you do not have a means to transport items, you may contact an independent large-item trash hauler. Telephone numbers may be found in the classified section of the newspaper, or through the Service Department at 773-2700.
Report animals that are in the street to the Service Department for pickup.Dead deer should be placed at the curb before calling the Service Department for pickup.
Street lights throughout the city of Chillicothe are powered by AEP, and the city is responsible for paying the bill. Street lights that are out or malfunctioning are still asssessed a fee of approximately $10.00 per month for their usage.
If the street light is out, it cannot serve its purpose and invites criminal activity or unsafe driving conditions.
Please take the time to report a problem streetlight. Via the internet just go to www.aepohio.com and in the middle of the home page there is a box to report problems.
AEP would really like to have the pole number off of the pole, but the street adddress closest to the pole will also work.
If you do not have internet access, you can report the problem light to your Council representative and they will turn it in.
Trash will be picked up on weekdays, including ALL HOLIDAYS.
Citizens may take large items to Rumpke. Please call ahead for hours of operation and fees.
The Safety Services Department does not collect recycling. You may bring your recycling items to the following Rumpke bin locations:
All Materials (glass, paper, aluminum, cardboard, paperboard, steel cans, #1 & #2 plastic bottles)
Camp Sherman Park, Frankfort Wastewater Plant, Huntington Schools, Kmart Super Center, Page Road, Wal-Mart, Bainbridge Old Elementry School, and Kingston Village Express
AAA, Bishop Flaget, Sherman Park, Central Center, Chillicothe Correctional Institute, Chillicothe Gazette, Chillicothe High School, Main Street Fire Station, Glatfelter, Goodwill Industries, Hopeton Village, both Kroger locations, Mary Lou Patton Park, Ohio Dept. of Natural Resources-Forestry, Ross County Service Center, Sam's Club, Scioto Township Hall, Southern Hills Academy, Unioto High School, Chillicothe Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Yoctangee Park, Diamond One, and Zane Trace schools.