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Water Flushing
Centerville Water Utilities are aware of brown water in the town's system.  They are currently flushing filters and hydrants after last week's rain event. 

If you have any questions, please contact the municipal building at (765) 855-5515.


NOTICE
Public notice of a Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) event
The Town of Centerville is a combined sewer overflow (CSO) community; a combined sewer accepts both wastewater and stormwater to be treated by the wastewater plant.
During a substantial rainfall or snow melt event the combined sewers are not able to handle and treat the additional flow causing untreated flow to be released form the system at the combined sewer overflow discharge point. The discharge point is located at Noland Fork Creek, south of the abandoned railway bridge. A CSO event occurred on June 23, 2017 that requires residents to take caution that no swimming or drinking of the water downstream from the discharge point occurs for 72 hours after a rainfall or snow melting conditions.
WET WEATHER PRESENTLY OCCURRING IN OUR AREA IS CAUSING AN OVERFLOW OF SEWAGE INTO THE NOLAND FORK CREEK SOUTH OF THE ABANDONED RAILWAY BRIDGE. CSO 002 CSO'S MAY OVERFLOW ANYTIME DURING THE NEXT SEVERAL HOURS OR DAYS.
You are encouraged to follow these basic recommendations to avoid becoming sick:
~Stay out of this area especially during and continue for 72 hours after a rainfall or snow melting condition.
~ If you do come into contact with the water in the urban waterway, make the assumption the water is contaminated and wash your hands or use waterless hand sanitizer before eating, drinking, smoking or preparing food.
~ At ALL times avoid getting water from urban waterways in your eyes or mouth.

For further information, please contact the
Town of Centerville Municipal building at (765) 855-5515.
(posted 6/23/2017)

NOTICE
Public notice of a Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) event
The Town of Centerville is a combined sewer overflow (CSO) community; a combined sewer accepts both wastewater and stormwater to be treated by the wastewater plant.
During a substantial rainfall or snow melt event the combined sewers are not able to handle and treat the additional flow causing untreated flow to be released form the system at the combined sewer overflow discharge point.  The discharge point is located at Noland Fork Creek, south of the abandoned railway bridge.  A CSO event occurred on June 14, 2017 that requires residents to take caution that no swimming or drinking of the water downstream from the discharge point occurs for 72 hours after a rainfall or snow melting conditions.
WET WEATHER PRESENTLY OCCURRING IN OUR AREA IS CAUSING AN OVERFLOW OF SEWAGE INTO THE NOLAND FORK CREEK SOUTH OF THE ABANDONED RAILWAY BRIDGE.  CSO 002 CSO'S MAY OVERFLOW ANYTIME DURING THE NEXT SEVERAL HOURS OR DAYS.
You are encouraged to follow these basic recommendations to avoid becoming sick:
 ~Stay out of this area especially during and continue for 72 hours after a rainfall or snow melting condition.
 ~ If you do come into contact with the water in the urban waterway, make the assumption the water is contaminated and wash your hands or use waterless hand sanitizer before eating, drinking, smoking or preparing food.
 ~ At ALL times avoid getting water from urban waterways in your eyes or mouth.

For further information, please contact the
Town of Centerville Municipal building at (765) 855-5515.
(posted 6/15/2017)

Public notice of a Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) event
The Town of Centerville is a combined sewer overflow(CSO) community; a combined sewer accepts both wastewater and stormwater to be treated by the wastewater plant.
During a substantial rainfall event the combined sewers are not able to handle and treat the additional flow causing untreated flow to be released from the system at the combined sewer overflow discharge point.  The discharge point is located at Nolands Fork Creek, south of the abandoned railway bridge.  A CSO event occurred on May 24, 2017 that requires residents to take caution that no swimming or drinking of the water downstream from the discharge point occurs for several days after this CSO event.

For further information, please contact the
Town of Centerville Municipal building at 765-855-5515.
(posted 4/25/2017)

Centerville Plan Commission
Centerville plan commission is scheduled to meet the 4th Thursday of each month @ 7pm at the Municipal Building - 204 E. Main St. - Centerville

We have NEW bills
We are excited to roll out a new look to your utility bill.  Please note that your utility bill will be in an envelope and be a regular 8 1/2 x 11 size piece of paper.  You can tear off the top portion and send in with your payment.

Tree limbs to be chipped
If you have received a notice to cut back limbs, shrubs, plants, etc., you may ONLY place limbs that are LESS than 4" in diameter and less than 4 foot in length or shrub limbs out by the roadside to be taken by the town. 
As a courtesy, the town will bring the chipper and take care of the tree limb waste that meets the above specifications.
ABSOLUTELY NO trash, vines,
grass clippings or pampas grass.

Thank you for your help in keeping our town beautiful.

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DUMPSTER NOTICE -
The recycling dumpsters will be discontinued as of July 29, 2016. It was a tough decision, but ultimately, with cost and misuse, the decision was made to take out the dumpsters. The town is currently looking for ways to have recycling in our community.

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If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the town office 8:00am-4:30pm Monday - Friday. 
Office phone: 855-5515 

If you have an outage AFTER normal business hours, please contact the non-emergency line at 855-5222.

(updated August 19, 2016)

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