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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 Municipal Airport

"Choose Chico - We're Going Places"

The City of Chico was recently awarded a Federal Aviation Administration grant to assist with the return of commercial air service from the Chico Municipal Airport.

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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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Request for Proposals/Qualifications

Current open requests.

RFP – Redistricting Consultant 
The City of Chico is soliciting proposals from redistricting and demographic analysis consultants with expertise and experience in the technical aspects of redistricting, community engagement and the Federal and California Voting Rights Act to assist the City with the 2021 redistricting process. The City will accept proposals until 5:00 p.m. on Monday, October 18, 2021. RFQ Redistricting

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Sewer Services

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

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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.

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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.

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