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Centerville Police completes 2017 fourth quarter traffic analysis

The Centerville Police Department recently completed their 2017 fourth quarter traffic analysis and has determined the top five roadways with the highest accident rates based on traffic volume.  pdf Read the press release... (537 KB)

Centerville Art Gallery Features Kim Ceccarelli for February

The Centerville Arts Commission is pleased to host an exhibit by Kim Ceccarelli in the Art Gallery at the Centerville Police Department for February 2018. The Police Headquarters are located at 155 W. Spring Valley Road in Centerville. The exhibit may be viewed anytime, day or night. The exhibit may be viewed anytime, day or night.  pdf Click here for the press release.  (116 KB)

Coffee With A Cop March 9, 2018

Do you have a question or concern? This is an opportunity to come out and meet members of your Police Department in an informal setting. We look forward to discussing the community and the issues that are important to you.  Come have a cup with us at Bill’s Donut Shop, 268 N. Main St., Centerville OH 45459 on Friday, March 9th, 2018 from 9:00 am to 11:00 am. pdf Click here for the flyer. (1.94 MB)

 

City Beautiful Seminar March 17, 2018

Please join the City Beautiful Commission at their annual spring seminar on Saturday, March 17th at 10 AM at Centerville High School.  Amanda Bennett from OSU Extension will present ‘Blades of Glory:  How to Grow a Fabulous Lawn!’    pdf See attached flier. (532 KB) fields grass

Montgomery County to Increase Water and Sewer Rates Beginning in 2018

On Jan. 1, 2018, Montgomery County Environmental Services will initiate an approximate 14% combined rate increase for average residential water and sewer bills in Montgomery County, Ohio. Montgomery County plans to spend about $750 million over the next 20 years to replace and repair the aging water and sewer system. The County will increase rates 14% in 2018, followed by four years of 5.6% rate increases. The 2018 rate increase will vary based on meter size, so customers with larger meters will see a larger increase. After 2018, the rate increase will be a flat percentage increase and will not vary based on meter size. Customers can input their information into an online rate calculator on the County’s website at www.mcohio.org/water and get estimates for their new bills in 2018.

City compiling list of groups to rake leaves and shovel snow for homebound

The City of Centerville is again compiling a list of individuals, groups, and organizations willing to volunteer to assist elderly and disabled Centerville residents with leaf and snow removal. The list will be maintained by City staff and available to residents. The City will also maintain a list of individuals and companies that perform those services for a fee.Once residents receive the resource information, it is their responsibility to contact someone from the list and make the necessary arrangements. To volunteer, list a business, or receive the resource list, call City Offices, 433-7151. pdf Click here for the press release.  (94 KB)

Recycling containers: tips for better service

Earlier this year the first phase of City-provided recycling containers were delivered to portions of several collection routes. Over the next several years, additional recycling containers will be purchased and delivered to all residents. Our goal is for recycling, like waste pick-up, will be automated. Until you receive the City recycling container, make sure that the orange ‘RECYCLING’ sticker is readily visible on your container. If you need the sticker, Call Public Works, 428-4782, and we’ll mail it to you. The City reminds residents of the proper placement of your waste and recycling containers. We ask that your two containers – waste and recycling - be placed on opposite sides of your drive, but not within 3 feet of a mailbox of other structure.
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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)

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