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When:Saturday, May 11
Location: City Hall
Sioux Nation of Viborg will not be coming to Centerville to administer vaccinations this year. If your pet is due for vaccinations you must bring them to the clinic in Viborg. That being said we will still hold a Saturday Licensing Clinic. The city office will be open Saturday, May 11 from 9am-11am to purchase pet tags. Proof of rabies vaccination required.
Centerville Housing Needs Survey Results
This survey was created to better assist the Centerville Development Corporation with future decisions on housing and the direction for future housing projects in Centerville.
Click on the PDF below to view the results of the recent survey-
Centerville Runner-Up in Water Taste Test
By Troy Larson, Executive Director
Lewis & Clark Regional Water System
Centerville received the Runner-Up Award at the annual Water Taste Test last Thursday at the South Dakota Association of Rural Water Systems’ Annual Technical Conference in Pierre. There were sixteen entries from across the state. Accepting the award was Brad Preheim, who represents the city on the Lewis & Clark Regional Water System’s Board of Directors.
Centerville has been receiving 100 percent of its water from Lewis & Clark since July 2012. “We are very fortunate to have a safe, reliable water source in our community and to know it tastes great is an added bonus. We’d like to extend our thanks to the Lewis & Clark staff and all the predecessors in Centerville that believed in the vision of Lewis & Clark many years ago,” said Preheim.
Executive Director Troy Larson added, “We’re proud to be a partner with Centerville and offer our hearty congratulations to the community on this recognition. For those who have lived in town for a while, I’m sure they would readily agree that Centerville has come a long way in terms of its water quality ever since Lewis & Clark water arrived.”
This year’s water taste test winner was the Mid-Dakota Rural Water System headquartered in Miller. The winner in 2018 was the City of Harrisburg, which receives 100 percent Lewis & Clark water. In 2017 the winner was the Lincoln County Rural Water System, which receives 100 percent Lewis & Clark water. The winner in 2016 was the Lewis & Clark Regional Water System. “This is the fourth year in a row that water produced by Lewis & Clark has been either first or second in the water taste test. Our operations team strives mightily to provide the highest quality and most dependable water possible. The recognition received by Centerville is a testament to their efforts,” said Larson.
PHOTO: Brad Preheim (left) receives the Water Taste Test Runner-Up Award from Ron Gillen, President of the South Dakota Association of Rural Water Systems.
Centerville Holds First "Celebrate Centerville" Gala Event
Community leaders in Centerville gathered for the first annual Celebrate Centerville Community Gala Event. Here is a follow up article that ran in the Centerville Journal covering the nights events.
Dedication of Local Citizens, Businesses, and Organizations is Why Centerville was Awarded the “Innovative Community of the Year”
“Celebrate Centerville”, a Community Celebration and Gala Event was hosted by the Centerville Development Corporation on Friday, December 14th. The event was held to commemorate the years accomplishments and recognize outstanding individuals and businesses in the community. Other event sponsors were MidAmerican Energy Company, South Dakota Community Foundation and Xcel Energy.
The evening began...continue reading (click here)
Centerville Gets New Welcome Signs
Two new welcome signs have gone up in Centerville. The first on the side of the historic sale barn near the west entrance into town. The second utilized an unused pole and sign frame in front of STAR Energy in town.
Two more new welcome sign projects are also scheduled to take place this year at the northeast entrance of town by the track and football complex and along the beach road before the bridge.
Click here for a current list of upcoming centerville public school events centerville.k12.sd.us/