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City of Chico

City of Chico

City Services

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Animal Services & Dog Licenses

Chico Animal Services is a section under the Chico Police Department and includes both Chico Animal Control and the Chico Animal Shelter.

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Chico Regional Airport

A vibrant part of the community
The City of Chico is proud to operate Chico Regional Airport, a leading fully certified Part 139 airport within the Northern California region offering the aviation community a wide-array of facilities and services for utilization year-round. Through our Air Service Development initiatives, the City has been striving to restore commercial passenger air service to the Greater Chico Area, helping residents save on gas and overnight stays and generating local business growth and economic activity. 

Community Links

Links to community resources and organizations.
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Parking & Transportation

From navigating where to park to driving our City streets, we’ve got you covered so that you can keep moving.

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Public Safety

Chico’s Fire and Police Departments

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Sewer Services

Need to connect to City sewer? Want to know more about storm drains and where they go? Our Public Works Department has you covered.

Solid Waste and Recycling Collection Franchise Services

North Valley Waste Management was issued a Franchise to provide Residential solid waste and recycling services within the Chico City limits. See below for a copy of the Residential Franchise Agreement and current rates:
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Street Sweeping & Leaf Collection

Every year, street sweeping helps keep our streets, storm drains, and waterways clean and safe by removing over 5,000 cubic yards of material from the roadway. Our leaf collection program collects and recycles all leaves for City residents during the fall and winter leaf pick-up season.


Street Trees

Chico is known as the “City of Trees,” with a robust urban forest history that began with John Bidwell. From how to care for your trees to what to do if you need one removed, we’ve got our Tree City USA covered.

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Weather & Air Quality

On July 27, 2021, the City of Chico installed a Purple Air monitoring station and RainWise weather station that report real-time weather data from the downtown area.
The stations are installed on top of the Fred Davis Municipal Center (City Hall) and allow continuous monitoring of weather conditions during the fire season. This data helps residents make the best health choices when air pollution levels are at unsafe levels. This project was funded by the Butte County Air Quality Management District (BCAQMD) Community Air Protection (CAP) Support Grant.