"Providing Hometown Reliability"
Come by our office and discover just how we provide hometown reliability, or simply click on the subjects on the menus above and at left. Each link will take you to another section of our site with more detailed information about our electric, water, wastewater collection, internet, and natural gas transportation utility services. Use the Site Map link for a complete listing of all pages on the site.
The mission of Marshall Municipal Utilities is to provide reliable utility service for our owners at the lowest reasonable cost; to maintain and operate facilities that will assure safe, dependable electricity, potable water and wastewater treatment, giving due consideration to conservation and environmental impacts; and to plan for the future to assure adequate resources with progressive but sound economic reasoning.
Due to the ongoing pandemic:
The Board of Public Works will conduct its regular open session at the MMU Service Center conference room located at 1459 W. Arrow Street, Marshall, Missouri. Social Distancing will be practiced. Click here to see the agenda. This and future meetings will be live streamed at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrXtgDtfY4jnyXpk_9KTL7g.
The Board of Public Works will meet Monday, October 25h, 2021, 5:00 p.m in closed executive session with the Marshall City Council at the City Council Chamber, 214 N. Lafayette Ave, Marshall, Missouri. Click here to see the agenda.
MMU will be flushing fire hydrants in October. You can access the schedule at www.mmumo.net/firehydrantflushingPSA.pdf.
MMU now has several tools available to analyze your homes energy efficiency. There is a home energy calculator as well as appliance, lighting, and television energy use calculators. There is also a home energy reference section that allows you to explore energy information and tips. There is even a section called the Kid's Korner - which is fun for adults too!
The International Society of Arboriculture website has lots of good information about trees. On their site, there is a link to TreesAreGood.com, a site that will give specific information on planting trees around utility lines.
Be sure to check out our Energy Conservation tips page. Not only will you be helping the environment, you will be saving money on your utility bill!
MMU could use your help! If you spot an electrical problem that needs our attention such as a street light being out, go to our Problem Report Form to let us know about the problem. It is a very simple form where you can describe the problem and email it to us.
Customers of our Internet Service can get to their email from any internet connection through a web based system called RoundCube. To get to your email, enter your entire email address in the Username field, and then enter your password that was established when you signed up for the account.
One of the newest features of our website is the ability to see your Electric Meter Readings on a daily basis. You will need to get the 8 digit serial number from the back of your meter. You can then see your daily electric usage.
There have been big changes in our Internet Department recently. In addition to getting a Grant to extend our service to other areas of the county, the Board of Public Works at it's February 25th meeting approved even faster speeds at the same low cost. Some of our customers currently on tier 2 will need new equipment in their house. If you are on the tier 2 plan ($45) and your media converter has white tape on it, give us a call and we will replace it for free immediately. If your box has green tape on it, the upgrade will happen automatically.
This web site was designed as a service to provide the public with information about our company. We are always striving to improve the quality of information and services available. Please feel free to contact us with any opinions or concerns you may have.