Take at least 2 packets of the forms and your Return of Service form to the police station closest to the unit where your utilities were turned off. Give these forms to the officer on duty and ask for his/her help to get your utilities turned back on. Politely ask the officer if the police department would serve the documents on your landlord. Tell them an address where they can most likely find your landlord.
The police will need to provide your landlord or your landlord's attorney with one of the packets of forms, and Return of Service form.
The Return of Service form must be signed by the police officer who delivers the forms and the landlord or landlord's attorney (or an explanation of who was served and why it was not signed).
The person who delivers the forms will need to fill out the rest of the Return of Service form, and then take it back to the court. If the police will not serve the TRO, you must have a friend serve or hire a process server. You cannot serve the TRO yourself.
The Return of Service form must be filed with the court.