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.
- 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
- Planning Commission
- Records Commission
- Sister City Committee
- Storm Water Drainage Task Force
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.
- Board and Commission Application
- CIVIC Volunteer Application
- Volunteer Handbook
- Yankee Trace Volunteer Application
Centerville Municipal Building
100 W. Spring Valley Rd.
Centerville Ohio 45458
Monday-Friday, 8:00am - 4:30pm
Carin Andrews, Clerk of Council