Welcome to the community page for the city of Centerville, South Dakota. On this page you can find all the information on Centerville news, events, businesses, recreational opportunities and more. We are proud of our little city on the prairie and we invite you to exlore this website and find out why. Centerville...where YOU make a difference!
WE ARE HERE FOR YOU, CENTERVILLE BUSINESSES
We want to thank each and every one of you for being here in Centerville. We want you to know that you are appreciated and that your City and Community is here for you! If you are worried or
frustrated, maybe we can help point you in the right direction for assistance.
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We know that this is currently trying times for our local businesses with a lot of unknowns ahead. We do not have all the answers, but we are here for you and want to
support you in any way we can. We will get through this together!
Kent Austin 605-750-0131
Jared Hybertson 605-940-5501
Featured Home For Sale in Centerville
Click the link below to see the Centerville Development Corporations latest spec home that is currently for sale!
Featured Home - Click Here
This home located in a great neighborhood features 1200 square feet of living space on the main level and has 2 bedrooms, and 2 baths and includes a master bedroom and bath with a walk-in closet, and main floor laundry.
Restaurant, Bar & Eatery Statuses with Covid-19
Centerville is blessed to have several
great options for meals, treats, and beverages.
With the Covid-19 pandemic these are challenging times for our businesses. Many tough decisions are having to be made. The City of Centerville has requested local businesses follow the Governor’s executive order that advises businesses to take action to prevent the spread by limiting the number of
people that can be in their business at one time and by encouraging Pick-Up and To-Go orders.
We want to thank all of our local businesses for their efforts to keep the community safe And for continuing to do their part. This is an updated look at what each of our local restaurants,
bars and food establishments are currently doing at this point.
All these establishments have assured us they will continue to follow safe practices with food prep and the cleaning of surfaces and items that are touched frequently. We appreciate your continued support of all our local businesses during these times. We encourage you to call these businesses frequently for updates as things can change daily.
We all look forward to things getting back to normal where we can see packed crowds in our local establishments again!
Centerville Housing Study Update
If you were in Centerville's downtown at all this summer you probably noticed the start of some eye-appealing improvements. A group passionate about downtown started having conversations about what might be possible in our downtown all the way back in the beginning of 2018 at the Empower Centerville Gathering. This group became a subcommittee of the Centerville Development Corporation and started to go to work.
Seeing the vision for this downtown movement and wanting to contribute, the Development Corporation ultimately decided to commit $30,000 to the project. The first phase got started right before the 4th of July this year and included the brick around the center flower pot at the 4-way stop, the addition of the old fashion street lamps, the new downtown banners, the hanging flower baskets and the new flower pot covers in front of several of the businesses.
And, just last week the group learned that the Development Corporation was successful in the grant application they had written to the Sioux Falls Area Community Foundation for additional dollars towards our Downtown Improvements Project. Members of the Development Corporation were on hand last Thursday to receive a check for an additional $10,000 for Centerville's downtown improvements project.
Some of the other visions for the downtown and next phases will include additional sitting areas and landscaping, decorative fencing, a few trees being planted in the downtown, historic photos being hung along buildings, and bringing back the old fashion drinking water fountain at the 4-way stop.
These additions to Centerville's downtown may seem like small minor improvements. But the group really feels these items will go a long way to bringing some color, vibrancy and life into the downtown, which collectively could have a big impact for Centerville. If nothing else its about creating a sense of pride in place. If we can help create a more appealing environment where people want to start a business and where others want to shop, visit or even just hang out, then the group will have been successful in doing what they set out to do for Centerville and it's downtown.