RESULTS OF MARCH 4TH SPECIAL ELECTION:
- 321 votes FOR the use of the principal of the Investment Fund to pay the remaining costs of the water and sewer infrastructure project on Liberty Street and Commerce Street
- 242 votes AGAINST the use of the principal of the Investment Fund to pay the remaining costs of the water and sewer infrastructure project on Liberty Street and Commerce Street
Draft Sign Ordinance for Public Review & Comment
Please review the DRAFT SIGN ORDINANCE and provide comment back to the Centreville Planning Commission. Please read the disclaimer below.
DISCLAIMER: This proposed ordinance is a draft copy from the Town of Centreville’s Planning Commission. The purpose of this distribution is to solicit comments from the public on the draft ordinance. The Town requests that business owners, citizens, residents and other interested parties review these proposed regulations and provide comments on how existing or future signage within the town could be impacted, any other changes to the sign ordinance as appropriate, or other comments related to signage in general. It is anticipated that the Planning Commission will review the suggestions, modify the draft as appropriate and allow for additional public comments at their meetings, prior to forwarding to the Town Council for consideration. Please email comments to Betty Jean Hall at email@example.com or call Town Hall at 410-758-1180.
Public Service Announcement from the Maryland Municipal League
Meeting with Washington College President Kurt Landgraf
Centreville’s Economic Development Manager Bill Badger recently attended a meeting with Washington College President Kurt Landgraf to discuss how surrounding communities can work more closely with College officials. Also attending were Queen Anne’s County Economic Development Director Paige Tilghman and staff from Queen Anne’s County and Kent County. Mr. Badger’s daughter Hilary Badger is a 2014 graduate of Washington College.
Election Date Change
On September 21, 2017 a resolution was passed and became effective on November 10, 2017, to amend the date of the Town of Centreville elections to the first Monday in October. The reason behind this change was to allow any newly elected Council Member the ability to participate in the full budget process rather than begin office in the middle of the process.
Along with this amendment, the date candidates are required to file for nomination was changed to the first Monday in August and the hours that polls will be open was changed to 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Therefore, the 2018 Town of Centreville election will take place on Monday, October 1, 2018 and the last day to file for nomination is Monday, August 6, 2018 by 4:00 p.m.
If you have any questions regarding these changes, please feel free to contact Carolyn Brinkley, Town Clerk at 410-758-1180 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Updated Utility Bill On-Line Payment System
The Town of Centreville recently updated the utility bill on-line payment system. Residents will now be required to enter a Utility Account ID number as well as a Utility Account PIN. Both numbers are located on your utility bill. These are new privacy features for the benefit of our citizens. The link can be found on the Town’s website at www.townofcentreville.org and is located in the top right hand corner of the home page.
Also, this updated on-line system allows partial payments to be made whereas the old system only allowed full payments. As long as the full amount of your utility bill is paid by the due date, no late fees will be applied.
If you have any questions, regarding the on-line payment system, please call Town Hall at 410-758-1180.
Christmas Parade & Tree Decorating Winners
1st – Girl Scout Troop 446
2nd – Day Care Inc.
3rd – Girl Scout Troop 1271
4th – Wye River Upper School