If an area is scrollable, let the user know by putting in a scroll bar. Often, a scroll bar will already appear if you have this situation, so taking the effort to remove a scrollbar is pointless to me.
But first I think you have to really think about your listitems. If you want all of the items to be visible, making a new page for the listitems may be better.
For example, if you have a site where you sell multiple kinds of items, you can make one large page with a lot of small lists like this:
|apple | | | tea | |
| pear | | |coffee| |
| ... | | | ... | |
But in such a case, my preference would be a link for each category with the lists on their dedicated page. This also allows extra flexibility (prices, other extra info) and is clearer to the user.
I personally only use listviews for forms and not for navigation.