There are a number of citizen committees, boards, commissions, and task forces that advise and make recommendations to the City Council and/or City staff.

Centerville Municipal Building
100 W. Spring Valley Rd.
Centerville Ohio 45458
(937) 433-7151
Open Mon.-Fri. 8:00AM - 4:30PM

Carin Andrews, Clerk of Council


Aircraft Noise Task Force

Architectural Review

Arts Commission

Board of Tax Appeals

Centerville City School District Personnel Appeals Board

Centerville Community Improvement Corporation

City Beautiful Commission

Community Reinvestment Area Housing Council

Personnel Appeals Board

Property Review Commission

Planning Commission

Records Commission

Residential Board of Appeals

Sister City Committee

Storm Water Drainage Task Force


 

Definitions:
Board: Group of people, appointed by City Council, having supervisory, or investigative powers.

Commission: Group of people appointed and directed by City Council to carry out a specific function.  A commission within a city government, once established by City Council through an ordinance, is of a permanent nature and has official jurisdiction.

Committee: An organization, whose members are appointed by City Council, to which City Council has delegated or committed the promotion of a common objective

Task Force: Group of people, appointed by the Mayor, in concert with City Council, to address a limited issue and report its findings back to the council members.  A task force is not intended to be of a permanent nature.


How to Volunteer:
You must be a Centerville resident to apply for an appointment to a City board or commission.  Interested residents should fill out the appropriate application packet and submit to Carin Andrews, Clerk of Council.

 

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