2016 Third Quarter Traffic Analysis
The Centerville Police Department recently completed their 2016 third 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. (545 KB)
Centerville Appoints New Staff Members
Centerville City Manager Greg Horn recently announced the appointment of two new staff members. Cynthia Ryan was appointed Assistant Finance Director and Sandra Abbott was named Assistant Tax Superintendent. pdf Click here for the press release. (114 KB)
Centerville and Sugarcreek Township reach tentative agreement for Fire and EMS services
Centerville City Council and the Sugarcreek Township Trustees have reached a tentative agreement regarding the funding of future Fire and Emergency Medical Services for the Cornerstone of Centerville and those areas of Centerville that are also part of Sugarcreek Township. As part of this tentative agreement and the shared commitment to working together, the Sugarcreek Township Trustees have withdrawn their Fire District Levy from the November ballot. Both parties will be finalizing the remaining details of this agreement over the next several weeks. pdf Click here for the press release. (34 KB)
Centerville Police earn advanced accreditation honors
The Centerville Police Department has attained meritorious accreditation status from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA), meeting 100 percent of other-than-mandatory standards. This marks the department’s ninth time to achieve accreditation, a process that includes a rigorous self-assessment, thorough review of standards and procedures, observation of department practices and interviews with citizens, school representatives, local business leaders, department employees and City staff and Council by a team of independent accessors with significant public safety experience. The assessors noted the positive relationships and support the Centerville Police Department has received from citizens, City staff and Council. The decision to accredit is rendered by a governing body of 21 commissioners following a public hearing and review of all reporting documentation. Accreditation is valid for four years. pdf Click here for the press release. (120 KB)
Centerville Construction Update
Centerville Construction Update, is an email notification from the City of Centerville on current and upcoming road/utility improvements that may affect your travel throughout Centerville.
For more information, call the City offices at (937) 433-7151. To view recent updates, click here.
Drug Drop-Off Box Located in Police Building
The Centerville Police Department has installed a locked drop box to accept unwanted or expired pharmaceuticals. The box was provided through a grant from the National Association of Drug Diversion Investigators (NADDI) and is located in the police department lobby, 155 West Spring Valley Road. The lobby is accessible 24 hours a day/seven days a week. Citizens may drop pills or patches in the box however liquids, gels, and needles are not accepted. This program is not designed for commercial use. Businesses should dispose of medications according to state and federal guidelines. Citizens are encouraged to package their unwanted medications in a clear plastic baggie. Pill bottles or boxes can be discarded. The pills/patches collected from the drop box will be destroyed by Centerville Police personnel.
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 obtained 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
Code Red Registration
The City of Centerville uses CodeRED as an additional method to notify its residents and businesses of emergencies. CodeRED is a fast communication tool for emergency notification. When there is an emergency, the City determines which neighborhoods or areas are affected and creates a recorded message that describes the emergency and provides directions to the public. After the message is confirmed, the high-speed dialer delivers the message at a rate of 50,000 calls an hour to a live person or an answering machine, making three attempts to connect to any number. CodeRED will already reach the majority of residents who have a landline phone. However, the City encourages residents and all businesses to register their cell phone number.