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Seasonally open based on weather.
Monday - Friday: 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Closed on Sunday and holidays.
The compost site is seasonally closed.
In order for a new customer to sign up for utility service, an application for service needs to be completed and returned to City Hall, along with the required deposit of $100 for residents. Businesses need to contact City Hall for the deposit amount. A copy of a photo ID is required at time of sign up. The application for service can be found on the City Hall department page of this site.
Click here for Application
To apply for a liquor license, contact City Hall at (320) 693-7201.
Reservations for Lake Ripley Campground can be made online if you click here .
If you have questions please call: (320) 693-2483 children's events.
Reservations for Lake Ripley Campground are made online only and can be done by clicking here.
Electric & Water Hookup: $30.00 / night
Electric, Water & Sewer Hookup: $35.00 / night .
There is no seasonal rate.
Westside Park (Ladybird Park): Contact the Meeker County Parks Dept - 320-693-5275
Lions Shelter (by the Golf Club): Contact City Hall - 320-693-7201; Reservation application available online under "Forms & Applications"
Jaycee’s Shelter (by Campground): No reservations
Prairie Park Shelter: No reservations
New customers need to stop by the City Hall, located at 126 North Marshall Avenue. They will need to fill out an application for service and pay the required deposit; $100 for residential and a two month average for businesses. This will cover electric, water and sewer services. A photo I.D. will be required at time of sign up.
If you are moving from one residence to another within city limits, you need to notify Public Utilities on or before the day you are moving so that meters can be read on the correct days. We will need to know the address you are moving out of and the date you will be moving out/closing date and also the address you are moving to and the date you take over services/closing date.
Transfer Utility Request Form
If you are moving out of Litchfield, or out of the city limits, you need to notify Public Utilities on or before the day you are moving so that meters can be read on the appropriate day. We will need a forwarding address to send your final bill.
Cancel Utility Request Form