Citywide Garage Sale lists and maps are available

Looking for some great bargains? The City of Centerville’s annual Citywide Garage Sale is Thursday, April 27 through Saturday, April 29, 2017. Sales take place 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. each day in neighborhoods throughout Centerville.

A list of all participating addresses along with a brief description of items for sale are available pdf by clicking here. (73 KB)

Maps and lists of addresses taking part in the garage sale will be available beginning April 25 at the following locations while supplies last:

•   Centerville Municipal Offices, 100 West Spring Valley Road

•   Centerville Police Department, 155 West Spring Valley Road

  • Centerville Library, 111 West Spring Valley Road
  • Woodbourne Library at Cross Pointe Center, 101 E. Alex Bell Road

For more information, call 433-7151.

Garage Sale signs may be picked up beginning Monday, April 24 at 10 a.m. at Centerville City Offices, 100 West Spring Valley Road. Office hours are Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Please note that City of Centerville regulations allow for one sign per residence. No leader signs or off-site signs are permitted.

Clean Sweep Week May 1-4

Centerville waste collection customers may put out unlimited refuse for pickup at no extra charge during Clean Sweep Week, May 1–4, 2017. All items must be at the curb by 7 a.m. on your regular collection day. Hazardous items—chemicals, paint, oil, propane and gas—concrete, rock, dirt, tree stumps, root balls or vehicle parts including batteries and tires will not be collected. Large items such as carpet, wood and countertops must be no larger than four foot in length. Mattresses and box springs must be sealed in plastic. Mattress bags are available for $3 at the Public Works Center or purchased at local home improvement stores. Bundled brush will be collected; however, it must be bound in no larger than ten-inch diameter bundles that are less than four feet long. During Clean Sweep Week we typically collect between 350 and 400 tons of refuse that includes couches, appliances, tables, toys, carpet and miscellaneous trash. The entire Refuse/ Recycling and Street division staffs are assigned to this annual event. Several different trucks, including waste and recycling, will be collecting items at varying times each day during the week. And as a reminder, the City urges residents to be good stewards of the environment and recycle as much as possible. Orange recycling stickers to place on containers of your choice, but no larger than 32 gallons, are available at City Hall and Public Works or by calling 428-4782.

Bid Announcements

Sealed bids for one City Municipal Building Elevator Modernization – 2017 will be received at the office of the City Manager, Centerville Municipal Building, 100 West Spring Valley Road, Centerville, Ohio 45458, until 1:00 P.M. E.D.S.T. on Wednesday, May 3, 2017 and at that time and place publicly opened and read.

Sealed bids or proposals properly endorsed "2017 Concrete Street Repair Program-REBID" 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 May 4, 2017 and at that time and place publicly opened and read.

Sealed bids or proposals properly endorsed "2017 Crack Sealing 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, May 11, 2017 and at that time and place publicly opened and read.

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Centerville Art Gallery Features Law Enforcement History

In recognition of National Police Week and National Police Memorial Day, the Centerville Police Department has partnered with the Dayton Police History Foundation and the Montgomery County Law Enforcement Memorial Foundation to create an exhibit honoring the courage and sacrifice of the men and women of law enforcement from both past and present. There is a rich history in law enforcement for the Miami Valley dating back 150 years when the Dayton Police Department was first founded. Throughout the years, the Miami Valley has led the way in progressive law enforcement equipment and tactics. During the month of May a mixture of pictures, artifacts and displays will be exhibited in the gallery at the Centerville Police Department, 155 W. Spring Valley Rd. Centerville OH 45458.

On Monday, May 1, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. there will be an opening ceremony and special presentation by the Dayton Police History Foundation outlining many of the accomplishments of Miami Valley law enforcement throughout the years. Also on opening night, Dayton History at Carillon Park will have a special exhibit at the Centerville Police Gallery for one night only. Weather permitting, Esther Price Candies will have on display their fully restored 1930 Diamond-T Paddy Wagon and Buckminn’s D&D Harley Davidson will be displaying a 1966 Dayton Police Department three wheeled Harley Davidson motorcycle.   pdf Click here for the press release. (752 KB)

20th Annual Business Appreciation Breakfast

Centerville mayor Brooks Compton hosts the 20th annual Business Appreciation Breakfast 7:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m., Wednesday, May 17, 2017 at The Golf Club at Yankee Trace, 10000 Yankee Street. The event provides an opportunity for local business owners and managers to network and socialize with each other as well as with elected officials and City staff members. All Centerville businesses are invited to attend this free event which celebrates the City’s strong business community. Registrations accepted until May 5, 2017.

Register Online Now    See the Press Release

Centerville Farmers Market Kicks Off Season May 18

The Centerville Farmers Market is back again in 2017.  Beginning May 18, and every Thursday thereafter through October 26, market goers can stop by 892 S. Main Street near the intersection of State Route 48 and Spring Valley Road and purchase fresh, locally grown produce, organic meats, breads and other homemade goodies.  Market hours are 2:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. every Thursday, rain or shine.  Like last year, the Market will move indoors to the Benham’s Grove Barn on November 16 and December 21 from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. just in time for the holidays. pdf Click here for the press release. (129 KB)

2017 Summer Concert Series Kicks Off June 4

The 2017 Summer Concert Series, presented by the Centerville Arts Commission, kicks off June 4 at the Stubbs Park Amphitheater, 255 W. Spring Valley Road. Concerts begin at 7 p.m., except where otherwise noted. The amphitheater offers lawn seating only, so bring your blanket or chairs.  All concerts are free and open to the public, donations are accepted. Concessions are provided courtesy of Centerville Pizza & BBQ. pdf Look for the complete schedule here. (195 KB)

Special thanks to our partner the Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission's "Drive Less Live More" initiative which encourages residents to use alternative transportation such as carpooling, biking, walking, and taking transit to your destination.  Reserved seating and parking will be available at the “Drive Less Live More” Concerts for residents that bike or carpool to the June 18, July 9 or August 6 concerts, visit for more information and to register.

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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