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Centerville City Council Citizen OutreachCity Council Citizen Outreach

On Feb 22 and Mar 22 you are invited to interact with available City Council members at City Hall between 6:30 and 8:00pm. 

This citizen outreach initiative is an informal gathering with two council members held in a casual, friendly environment giving residents the opportunity to ask questions or express concerns about City business or community issues. These do not replace public hearings or comment periods.

Centerville City Council MeetingCity Meetings

City Council Meetings are held the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month and are open to the public. Planning Commission meetings are held the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month and are open to the public.

For upcoming agendas, past meeting minutes, and backup materials,  click here. To view the meetings, recorded or live, visit Centerville's Youtube channel.

The recorded audio of City Council Meetings can be found at the Utah Public Notice Website. (Note: The Chrome web browser does not work with the audio files)

UTOPIA InformationUTOPIA Information can be found on this website by clicking here.

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Centerville City is now accepting applications for the position of Water Division Electrician

For more details, click here.

Baseball Registration Now Open


Click here or on the baseball logo to visit the Centerville Baseball website and to register.

Residents Asked to Trim Tree Limbs over Streets and Sidewalks

A city-wide inventory of sidewalks and trees last summer revealed 2,500 locations where tree limbs are in violation of the minimum clearance for pedestrians and vehicles.  City officials are asking residents to trim limbs, as needed, to meet the City’s standard clear zones: Eight (8) feet above sidewalks and thirteen (13) feet above the street.

Per City ordinances, property owners are responsible for maintaining the vegetation within the public right-of-way along their property. This includes trimming trees—whether in the parkstrip or behind the sidewalks—to provide the clearances stated above. Branches protruding over the street below the 13-foot standard obstruct delivery trucks, garbage trucks and snowplows. Eight-foot clearance over sidewalks accommodates bicyclists as well as pedestrians.

Please examine your own situation and trim your trees, as needed, to meet these standards.  By doing so, you will improve mobility and safety in your neighborhood and avoid later enforcement action.


Spring Green Waste Pickup Still Occurring this Year, but Look for Changes Next Year

Centerville City is scheduling a FREE green waste pickup again this year, April 10th to 21st.  You may begin putting your green waste on the street next to the curb no sooner than April 7th, but please have it on the street no later than April 9thAdditional details will be included in the City’s newsletter in March.

Although the City Council has decided to offer this curbside pickup service again this year, they have agreed a change is appropriate next year to reduce the impact on the City’s storm drain system.  Allowing green waste in the gutters for up to two weeks puts more debris in the storm drain system, impacting stormwater quality and the cost of cleaning catch basins and drainage pipes.  The cost of street sweeping also increases.  Snowfall or rain during the pickup period aggravates these impacts.  Debris in the streets also hinders mail delivery, snowplowing and garbage pickup, and a good windstorm (as happened last year) makes conditions even worse.

To address these concerns, the City Council is looking at the option of providing drop-off locations next year, where residents can take their bulk green waste in the spring during a designated period.  They are hopeful that neighbors will rally together to organize their own pickup service to help those who do not have the means to transport green waste to the designated drop-off sites.


Now Hiring - Public Works Meter Reader

Centerville Public Works is now hiring for a part-time meter reader. This position is seasonal and will work from April 1st to November 1st. For more info and to apply, contact the Public Works Department at 801-292-8232. The application can be found by clicking here.

Centerville City is a Equal Opportunity Employer.

Community Garden Registration Now Open

Registration is now open for plots in the Community Garden. Contact Erin Redd for more info and to register: (801)663-1293 or email at

Community Info Recreation and Events Guide 2017

Community Information Recreation and Events Guide 2017

There is a lot going on this year in Centerville. Check out the Community Information Recreation and Events Guide for 2017.

CERT Refresher March 2nd

CERT refresher at the Canyon View Stake Center March 2 from 6:30-9:00 pm.

Classes will be taught by District Leaders and city staff. All invited including those not CERT certified. This course will not be a recertification for CERT members, but will give an overview of concepts taught during the course. Any questions call Bill Ince at (801)298-3865.


Parking Restrictions Enforced

14-06-010 - Beginning Dec. 1 to Mar. 31 no one is allowed to park a vehicle or anything else on the street for more than an hour between midnight and 6am.

Police and Fire

Public Notices

Centerville Police Department

(801) 292-8441

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Code Red Emergency Notification System

South Davis Metro Fire

(801) 677-2400

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

Public Hearing March 7, 2017 Zoning Code Text Amendment

Notice is hereby given that the Centerville City Council will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, March 7, 2017, beginning at 7:00 p.m., or as soon as the matter may be heard, in the City Council Chambers at the Centerville City Hall Building, 250 North Main Street, Centerville, regarding proposed amendments to the Zoning Code, Chapter 12.32–Residential Zones, to address changes to the accessory building setbacks in residential zones.

If you have any questions regarding this matter, or would like further information, contact Community Development at 801-292-8232 or visit the City’s website at

Marsha L. Morrow, MMC

Centerville City Recorder

Public Hearing March 7, 2017 - General Plan Text Amendment

Notice is hereby given that the Centerville City Council will hold a public hearing, Tuesday, March 7, 2017 beginning at 7:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard, at the Centerville City Hall, 250 North Main Street, Centerville, Utah, regarding a proposed General Plan text amendment regarding future residential density allowances in the Southeast Neighborhood [Neighborhood 1].

If you have questions regarding his matter or would like further information, contact Centerville City Community Development, at 801-292-8232 or visit the City’s website at

Marsha L. Morrow, MMC

Centerville City Recorder

March 8, 2017 Public Notices

  • CUP David Smith Auto Sales Notice
  • Legacy Commons Planned Development Notice
  • Legacy Trails Amended Site Plan Notice
  • Parrish Creek Business Park Notice


to be voted on in the
Centerville City Municipal General Election
November 7, 2017
Mayor 4-year term
(2) City Council Member 4-year term each
Candidate Filing Period Begins June 1, 2017. Declaration of Candidacy Forms or Nomination Petition must be filed in person with the City Recorder at 250 North Main, Centerville, Utah between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. [UCA 10-3-301(2)]. Candidate Filing Period closes June 7, 2017 (UCA 20A-9-203).


The City intends to prepare proposed General Plan amendments regarding the Southeast Centerville neighborhood.