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ELECTION RESULT

6/10/2021

The results for the 2021 Mayor and Board of Aldermen/Alderwomen are as follows:

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Camp Van Dorn Museum Meeting

5/7/2021

Camp Van Dorn World War II Museum

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MUNICIPAL ELECTION

4/29/2021

2021 ELECTION

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TOWN HALL OPEN

1/20/2021

Centreville Town Hall is now open to the public. To make a payment from 7 am to 3:45 pm put your payments in the dropbox inside the front door. All other times payments can be put in dropbox inside the police dept. or you can mail your payment. Checks or money orders only. Thank you. 

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Town Hall Closing

1/11/2021

Due to Covid-19, the Centreville Town Hall will be closed until further notice. Payments can still be put in dropbox in the Police Department. Checks or Money Orders only, please. Sorry for the inconvenience. 

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Community Alliance Program

11/2/2020

Town of Centreville

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Closings due to CDC Guidelines

3/17/2020

In accordance with CDC Guidelines, the Town Hall lobby will be closed to the public effective immediately until further notice. Please put your utility payments in an envelope and place them in the drop box at the Police Dept. Please have the correct amount of money. Any extra will be applied to your next bill.

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Centreville Police Department Moving

2/27/2020

Effective Friday, February 28, 2020, the Centreville Police Department will move from its current location to the Town Hall at 1 Municipal Drive, Centreville, MS 39631. In addition, the Municipal Court will be held in the Town's Board Room beginning March 2, 2020, at 1 Municipal Drive, Centreville, MS 39631.

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Christmas Parade

12/27/2019

Centreville's Chamber of Commerce sponsored the "Old Time Christmas" parade downtown Centreville Saturday, December 21, 2019. Afterwards, the Wilk-Amite Youth Action Network sponsored "Christmas in the Park" where all attendees were fed various selections of foods and snacks.

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Merry Christmas

12/9/2019

The Town of Centreville would like to wish you and yours a Very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. As the year comes to an end, we all reflect on the past twelve months. Our citizens exemplify what a great community is made of. Thank you for being what makes Centreville great. This year may all your dreams and wishes come true during this most joyous time of year, may all paths lead you home. Keep those far from home in your thoughts and prayers that they will all soon be safe at home. 

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Veterans Day

11/11/2019

Veterans Day gives Americans the opportunity to celebrate the bravery and sacrifice of all U.S. veterans.

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Vote November 5th

11/1/2019

It's time to vote. Your voice will decide the future of Mississippi. Our schools, our communities and our healthcare are on the line. Make sure your vote is counted. Please go out and vote Tuesday November 5th.

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Former Chief of Police James Ray Reese passes.

10/25/2019

The Centreville Police Department and Town of Centreville mourn the loss of Former Chief of Police James "Jimmy Ray" Reese. Our thoughts are with the Reese family wishing them strength and peace during this difficult time. "Jimmy Ray" passed on October 24, 2019.

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Town receives Grant

10/17/2019

The Officials of the Town of Centreville, along with its Police Chief Carlos Lee, would like to extend their gratitude to Representative Angela Cockerham for her assistance in acquiring a grant for a new patrol unit from the Mississippi Office of Homeland Security. We appreciate her efforts and the part she played in securing this much-needed grant. We look forward to continuing to work with you in the future to help Centreville and Wilkinson County grow.

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Rate Increase

9/11/2019

Effective October 12, 2019

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