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          City News

2015 General Election InformationElection Information
The election calendar, Primary Election results and candidate information can be found by clicking here.

Fire Prevention WeekFire Prevention Week
Sept. 8-11; 6 to 8pm
 
Proposal to Create Fire/EMS District
 
Keeping Our Stories Alive
September 8th at 6:30pm. This month enjoy a tour of the 100+ years Bavelas Farm. Click here for more info.
 
Fall CleanupFall Cleanup
Fall Cleanup will be on October 17th this year. Registration deadline is October 15th. For more info and the registration form, click here.
 
Centerville Centennial Book
As a part of the centennial celebration, a book has been created which tells the history of Centerville through pictures, stories and historical events. These books are now available for purchase at City Hall.
 
This fall, Centerville will be using drainage fees to finance the construction of much needed storm and subdrains. The new construction may impact your travel. Click here for the locations.
 
Have you noticed the drainage increase? If you missed the latest news about this increase, please follow the link to learn more.
 
Urban DeerRequest for Feedback about Deer Living in City
City officials would like to hear from residents about the impact of deer living in the community year round. Please click here for more information and to view the proposed ordinance.


           Police and Fire

Centerville Police Department

(801) 292-8441

Click on the following logo to add your phone number to Centerville's emergency notification system.

Code Red Emergency Notification System

 

South Davis Metro Fire

(801) 677-2400

 

Call 9-1-1 if you have an emergency.


         Public Notices

RAP Tax Election - Comments for Publication Invited

Centerville City will hold a RAP tax reauthorization election on November 3, 2015 for voters to decide whether to continue the existing RAP tax to fund recreational/cultural facilities and organizations in Centerville. 

If you are interested in submitting an argument for or against the RAP tax to be published in a Voter Information Pamphlet and/or posted on the Statewide Electronic Voter Information Website, please contact the City Recorder Marsha Morrow for more information at (801) 295-3477.

Requests to submit arguments for the Voter Information Pamphlet must be submitted by 5:00 p.m. on Monday, August 31, 2015.  Arguments for the Statewide Website must be submitted by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, September 4, 2015.  More information is also available by clicking here.


 

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