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DP&L's Planned Line Clearance Notification

In the next couple of weeks, DP&L will begin trimming one of their Centerville area circuits. Asplundh Tree Expert Co. will be trimming the area south of the Normandy substation, which is located at Spring Valley Road at Normandy Lane. This circuit travels south out of the substation in the public right-of-way following Normandy Lane. The circuit then splits at Sheehan Road and stops to the west in the public right-of-way at Paragon Mills Rd. The circuit also follows Sheehan Road and stops south at Sandlewood Street just inside of Warren County. The circuit also travels south following State Route 48 and continues into Warren County stopping at Lower Springboro Road. DP&L will initiate an outbound phone call to all customers on the circuit announcing the upcoming work. Asplundh will also attempt to make contact with each property owner prior to commencing any work. If you have any questions or to confirm whether a contractor is working for DP&L, please call 888-582-3213.

Back to School Safety

The Centerville Police Department is seeking assistance from our local media outlets to remind area motorists that school is about to begin. Centerville City Schools will kick off the new school year on Wednesday, August 16th; we are asking that the public watch for stopped school buses and school zones.  More Information...

Trick-or-Treat Night set in Centerville Event is Tuesday, Oct. 31, 2017

Happy Halloween


Trick-or-Treat Night is 6 – 8 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 31, 2017 in Centerville.

Centerville Art Gallery Features Amy Mitchell for September

The Centerville Arts Commission is pleased to host a painting exhibit by Amy Mitchell in the Art Gallery at the Centerville Police Department for September 2017. The Centerville Police Headquarters are located at 155 W. Spring Valley Road in Centerville. The exhibit may be viewed anytime, day or night.

Amy Mitchell is a fine artist and freelance illustrator, muralist, and graphic designer. She specializes in painting, printmaking, and watercolor. After a six year hiatus due to medical reasons, Amy Mitchell is currently focusing on digital photography. Amy Mitchell works in a wide variety of media, including oils, watercolor, printmaking, and photography. For her oil and mixed media work, she often utilizes reclaimed found objects, such as architectural elements, to add textural, environmental, and historical context. pdf Click here for the press release.  (116 KB)

Second Quarter 2017 Traffic Analysis

The Centerville Police Department recently completed their 2017 second quarter traffic analysis and has determined the top five roadways with the highest accident rates based on traffic volume. pdf Click here for the press release.  (4 KB)

City of Centerville Earns Auditor of State Award with Distinction

The City of Centerville’s recent financial audit by the Auditor of State’s Office has returned a clean report, qualifying for the Auditor of State Award with Distinction. “Clean books are vital to accountability in government,” State Auditor Dave Yost said. “Centerville is clearly committed to maintaining accurate records, and I am proud to present it with this award.” pdf Click here for the press release.  (232 KB)

Auditor’s Office reevaluates all properties in Montgomery County

As part of the tax valuation process, the Montgomery County Auditor’s Office analyzes the value of every property located within the county every three years. According to the Auditor’s Office, on average, the valuation for residential properties in Centerville has increased 7.21 percent since 2014.   All properties affected by the change in valuation will receive notification from the Montgomery County Auditor’s Office. For more information, call the Auditor’s Office, 225-5096 or visit www.mcrealestate.org. pdf Click here for further information. (252 KB)

Mobile Food Vendor Quick Reference Guide and Application

Below is an application to be licensed as a Mobile Food Vendor in the City of Centerville in accordance with Chapter 844 of the Centerville Municipal Code. Any operator of a Mobile Food Vehicle, as defined in the ordinance, must first obtain a license prior to selling ready-made culinary items to the general public either along the public right-of-way or on private property in coordination with a permitted Community Event, Sidewalk Sale, or other similar temporary use. Please call 433-7151 for more information on obtaining a license or for an explanation of how Mobile Food Vendor sales may be conducted in the City.
Quick Reference Guide      Mobile Food Vendor Application

City sponsors community forum on opioid, program video available

As opioid and heroin use and overdoses continue to rise, the City of Centerville coordinated a community forum on Tuesday, March 7, 2017 in the Police Department. A panel discussion included Centerville Police Chief Bruce Robertson; April Anderson, MD, emergency physician at Miami Valley Hospital; Wendie Jackson, CDCA II, Community Outreach Manager and Front Door Program Manager, Cornerstone Project; Jodi Long, LISW-S, LICDC-CS, Director of Treatment and Supportive Services for Montgomery County ADAMHS Board and Charlie Stiegelmeyer, Director  of the Tactical Crime Suppression Unit - Investigative Unit.

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