The Town of Centerville established a Stormwater Utility in 2004. This system is a sewer designed or intended to convey only storm water, surface runoff, street wash waters, and drainage. This department is governed by a Board of Directors under the direction of the Centerville Town Council. Meetings are usually held quarterly or when business demands attention. The Board of Directors consists of:
|Jim Lafuze||Vice President|
|Gary Holbert||Council Member Liaison|
Stormwater fees are figured on a basis using Equivalent Residential Unit (ERU). The established unit of each ERU is 3,536 square feet of real property that has been paved and/or covered with buildings and materials which include, but are not limited to, concrete, asphalt, rooftop, blacktop, and compacted gravel, such that the natural infiltration of water into the soil is prevented.
Monthly fees are figured at $9.50 per ERU (3,536 square feet of compacted surface). Most residential properties are figured at one ERU.