Centerville City Hall
250 N. Main Street
Centerville, UT 84014
(801) 292-8034 fax
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Monday - Friday
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Boards & Committees
The City Council meets the first and third Tuesdays of every month at 7 p.m. at City Hall. If you would like to contact the City Council, click here to be directed to the Contact Us form.
Each month, the Wednesday after the regular City Council Meeting, you are invited to interact with available City Council members at City Hall between 6:30 and 8:00pm.
Meetings are twice a month on the second and fourth Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. at City Hall and such other times as the Planning Commission may determine. The Planning Commission is a seven-member board which assists local elected officials develop goals, policies and programs for future development of the community. Terms are for three years, appointed by the Mayor with the advice and consent of the City Council.
Meetings are the second Tuesday at 7 p.m. at City Hall. The Parks and Recreation Committee consists of five to seven members who act as an advisory body to the City Council. Providing support, guidance and planning for development of parks and recreation opportunities for Centerville residents. Terms are staggered three year terms, appointed by the Mayor with the advice & consent of the City Council.
Meetings are generally the fourth Tuesday at 6 p.m. at City Hall. The Whitaker Museum Board consists of five to seven regular members and a director. The Board acts as an advisory board to the City Council regarding facilities, programs and policies for the administration and operation of the Centerville Whitaker Heritage Museum. Terms are staggered three year terms, appointed by the Mayor with the advice & consent of the City Council.
The 4th of July Committee is a volunteer group of citizens. The following are the positions and subcommittees that usually need to be filled every year:
- 4th of July Committee Chair
- 4th of July Committee Finances
- Parade/Children's Parade Subcommittees
- Concert/Breakfast in the Park
- Art/Quilt Festival
- Carnival/5K/Children's Races
- Public Outreach/Marketing
Check out the 4th of July page for updates.
The committee meets the third Thursday at 7 p.m. at City Hall. The Trails Committee consists five to seven members who act as advisory committee to the City Council to recommend and promote the establishment of public trails and related facilities, programs and policies to meet recreational needs of the citizens of Centerville City. Terms of appointment are staggered three year terms and may be shorter when necessary to provide staggered terms.
The purpose of the Centerville Community Foundation is to carry out charitable purposes and provide improved services for citizens and neighborhoods.
Centerville Community Foundation Articles of Incorporation
Centerville Community Foundation Bylaws
Donate to the Foundation and shop at the same time with the Amazon Smile program. A percent of your order will go to the Foundation to be used in our community. To shop at Amazon, follow this link: https://smile.amazon.com/ch/71-0903298
The Landmarks Commission meets the fourth Thursday at 7 p.m. at City Hall. The Commission consists of five to seven members. The Commission helps plan and direct the activities scheduled during the annual Historic Preservation Week each May. Commission terms are for three years, and appointment is made by the Mayor with the advice and consent of the City Council.
The Centerville Landmarks Commission was created by the city to help identify, preserve, protect and enhance historic buildings, sites, monuments, streetscapes, landmarks and museum artifacts within the city that are architecturally or historically significant.
The Redevelopment Agency of Centerville City (RDA) is a separate legal entity created in 1989 to assist with the commercial and economic development of the City. The City Council serves as the Board of the RDA and the Mayor is the Chairperson. Specifically, a project area called the "Parrish Lane Gateway Project Area" was created. This project area, by State law, will exist for 32 years or through 2021. In 2010 the Legacy-Crossing Community Development Area was created by the RDA. The RDA can use "tax increment" generated by properties within the project area to build infrastructure, purchase land, or assist in other ways to assist with the development of the properties within the project area.