Online Tax Preparation Tool & Forms
The City of Centerville is again offering an on-line tax calculation tool for local income taxes. This is an easy tool to calculate and prepare your City tax return for filing with the tax office. At this time, we are not able to offer electronic filing (that is, the tax return and applicable attachments still need to be submitted to the Tax Office).
Please click here to access the site. You will need your social security number to get started, and then you will assign your own PIN. Please contact the Tax Department with questions concerning this process or any other tax issues, you can also click here to download tax forms.
City Holiday Schedule
City Offices will be open Presidents’ Day, February 19, 2018. Waste collection will be on the regular schedule.
Art at the Trace to be held February 24, tickets now on sale
The thirteenth annual Art at the Trace, sponsored by the City of Centerville & the Centerville Arts Commission will be held on Saturday, February 24, 2018 at The Golf Club at Yankee Trace, 10000 Yankee Street in Centerville from 6:30-9:00 p.m. In 1969, Centerville transitioned from village to city status and has grown into one of the premier communities in Ohio. Throughout 2018, Centerville is hosting special events commemorating our anniversary. pdf Click here for the press release. (134 KB)
Tickets for Art at the Trace are $15 in advance or $20 at the door. Cash or check is accepted in advance and at the door.
Advance tickets may be purchased in Centerville at the following locations:
- Municipal Building, 100 W. Spring Valley Road, (937) 433-7151
- Pro Shop at The Golf Club at Yankee Trace, 10000 Yankee Street, (937) 438-4653
The City of Centerville is soliciting proposals to provide chemicals and fertilizers for use by the City of Centerville on City properties and rights of ways. Proposals are due by Noon on Wednesday, February 28, 2018. Click heref or more information
Sealed bids or proposals properly endorsed "2018 Street Resurfacing Program" will be received by the City of Centerville at the office of the City Manager, City Municipal Building, 100 West Spring Valley Road, Centerville, Ohio 45458, until 11:00 A.M. on Thursday March 1, 2018 and at that time and place publicly opened and read. Click here for more information
Sealed bids or proposals properly endorsed "2018 Intersection Improvements Project" will be received by the City of Centerville at the office of the City Manager, City Municipal Building, 100 West Spring Valley Road, Centerville, Ohio 45458, until 11:00 A.M. on Thursday, March 8, 2018, and at that time and place publicly opened and read. pdf View Documenmt (48 KB)
Police Chief Retires
Centerville Police Chief Bruce Robertson has announced his retirement effective today, February 9, 2018. Robertson has almost 40 years of service with the Centerville Police Department, starting as a cadet in 1978. Over the past four decades, he held the positions of Police Officer, Sergeant, Lieutenant and Captain before being named Chief in 2011. In a joint statement, Centerville Mayor Brooks Compton and Centerville City Manager Wayne Davis said, “We thank Chief Robertson for his service and wish him well in retirement.” According to Davis, Centerville Police Lieutenant Matt Brown has been named Interim Police Chief. pdf Click here for the press release. (79 KB)
Save the Date for 2018 Citywide Garage Sale
Registration for the 2018 Centerville Citywide Garage Sale opens March 5. Residents may register their sales online at www.centervilleohio.gov or complete the form included in the spring issue of the Town Crier. Registration will remain open until noon, April 13.
Centerville’s annual Citywide Garage Sale is April 26- 28, 2018, with sales taking place 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. each day in City neighborhoods. Last year almost 300 Centerville households participated.
Following the garage sale, the annual free bulk- item pickup will be on Centerville waste collection customers’ regular collection day, April 30 - May 3. For more information, call (937) 433-7151.
City Recognizes Employees For Service
The City of Centerville recently held its annual Service Awards and Employee Recognition Luncheon at The Golf Club at Yankee Trace during which 31 employees were recognized for reaching a milestone in service. Receiving 25-year service awards were Community Relations officer John Davis and Records/Communications specialist Todd Rardon from the Police Department; Community Resources coordinator Maureen Russell Hodgson; maintenance workers Geoff Reddens and Sam Wright, along with mechanic Jim Robinson, all from Public Works, and two recent retirees, Sgt. Steve Maynard and Greg Horn, former city manager. "Our City is pleased and honored to have employees who have dedicated their careers to serving the residents of Centerville," said City Manager Wayne Davis. "We appreciate the efforts and talents all of our employees bring each day to their respective positions and their service delivery to the public." pdf Click here for the press release. (10 KB)