Centerville is celebrating the 4th of July in a big way this year. Come join the fun!
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Upcoming Events

4th of July/Centennial Celebration
4th of July Celebration

Thursday, July 2nd
7:00pm - Eagle Scout Recognition Night
Freedom Hills Park: Honoring all who have earned their Eagle Award this past year. All are invited to attend.
Street Dance9:00pm - "Throw Back Thursday" Centennial Street Dance
City Hall Parking Lot: Come One, Come All and get your groove on as we throw it back 100 years at our Centennial Street Dance!
Friday, July 3rd
6:30pm - Children's Parade
White Church at 160 South 200 East: All children are invited to participate in the parade. Decorate your bikes, trikes, wagons and strollers!
7:00pm Activites in the Park
Founders Park: Enjoy the climbing wall, reptiles, balloons, free bounce toys, clowns, and the spinning wheel ride. Booths will also be open for purchase of food, treats and games.
7:00pm Concert in the Park
Founders Park: This year's concert will open with one of Centerville's own - Kat Tingey! She will be followed by Eclipse 6!
9:45pm Fireworks
Don't miss the grand finale of the evening with our spectacular fireworks show!
Saturday, July 4th
7:00am 36th Annual Freedom 5K Run/Children's Run
Behind City Hall on 100 East
7:00am Breakfast at the Park
Founders Park: Enjoy a delicious outdoor grilled chuck wagon breakfast!
9:00am Parade on Main
Celebrate Centerville's Centennial and our country at the 4th of July Parade. You may save seats beginning at 4:00pm on July 3rd. Saving spaces before then is punishable by a fifty dollar fine.
10:30am Activities/Entertainment in the Park
Founders Park: Come enjoy a fun day, after the parade, with local talent performing in the pavilion and all the activities from the night before.
10:30am Quilts and Historical Display
Centerville Elementary School: Come see the many quilts and historical displays in the air conditioned elementary school across from Founders Park.
1:00pm Police Auction
Founders Park Pavilion
July 6 - Centerville Historic Hike - RescheduledHistoric Hike
Led by Royce Allen, an expert in Centerville history and hiking trails. Parrish Trailhead at 6:30pm.
July 14th Keeping Our Stories AliveJuly 14- Keeping Our Stories Alive
Earl Tingey will honor "Centerville's Finest" at City Hall at 7:00pm. Complete with uniforms, military vehicles, photos and military memorabilia.
July 17 - Movies in the ParkMovies in the Park
Featuring Annie. Begins at dusk at Founders Park.
4th of July Parade4th of July Parade
The parade is this Saturday morning, July 4th along Main Street. For parade participants, be aware of the following documents: Staging Map, Destaging Map, Parade Day Instructions. Click here to go to the parade website.
2015 General Election InformationElection Information
The election calendar and candidate information can be found by clicking here.
Movies in the ParkMovies in the Park
The Parks & Rec Committee has an exciting lineup of Movies in the Park for this summer. Click on the picture to see which movies and on what dates.
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 (cash or check) and pickup (if you preordered) at City Hall.
The FY16 Budget Newsletter/June Utility Insert is available online! The budget newsletter, message and budget information can be found on the budget page. To read this insert or any others you may have missed, click here. For the approved budget, click here.
Drainage fees will be going up this summer. If you missed the latest news about this increase, please follow the link to learn more.

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         Public Notices

Fireworks Restrictions for 2015

The legal days for discharging fireworks are from July 1 to July 7 and July 21 to July 27th from 11:00am to 11:00pm. On July 4th and July 24th, you may discharge fireworks until midnight.
Fireworks ARE PROHIBITED on the East Bench. For the fireworks restriction map, click here.


The City Council is requesting public comment on the South Main Street Corridor Plan and related zoning ordinance. There will be several meetings and an email for submitting comment. Follow this link for more info.
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