Centerville Police Department
The Centerville Police Department provides quality policing services according to the highest standards of professional conduct and ethics. We’re committed to protecting and serving our city’s needs. By maintaining strong community partnerships, we address crime and public safety concerns to improve the quality of life for the residential and business communities of Centerville.
Neighborhood Watch Program
Our policing philosophy combines traditional law enforcement activities with local community partnerships. The most successful example of this philosophy is the Neighborhood Watch program. This crime prevention program educates citizens on how to identify and report suspicious activity in their neighborhoods to local law enforcement.
Neighborhood Watch programs are proven to:
- Unite the community to take control of their neighborhood
- Promote increased quality of life
- Reduce crime rates
Call (478) 953-4222 to learn more about our Neighborhood Watch program call.
308 E. Church Street
Centerville, GA 31028
Non-Emergency Phone: (478) 542-2000
In case of an emergency, call 911.
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Code Enforcement Department
Committed to Keeping Centerville Clean & Beautiful
Committed to promoting and maintaining an attractive and inviting environment for the community, the City of Centerville has adopted ordinances that regulate property maintenance in both residential and commercial areas.
Some of the most common property maintenance violations relate to:
- trash and debris;
- grass, weeds, and overgrown vegetation;
- outside storage;
- inoperable and unlicensed vehicles;
- exterior maintenance of property, including paint, rotted wood, and broken windows; standing water and pool maintenance;
- illegal signs;
- unlicensed home occupations;
If you would like to report a Code violation or need additional information, please contact Code Enforcement Officer Cory Bard at 478-808-1151 or by emailing him at [email protected].