City of Centreville, Alabama
1270 Walnut Street, Centreville, Alabama 35042
Phone (205) 926-4995 Fax (205) 926-5443
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The City of Centreville has enjoyed a 13% growth in population over the last 10 years according to 2010 Census.
Public education in Centreville is administered by the Bibb County Public School District. Centreville Middle School and Bibb County High School are located in Centreville. Collectively, the Bibb County school system enrolls approximately 1,500 students and employs approximately 90 teachers. In addition, the pre-kindergarten through 12th grade Cahawba Christian Academy (Private) enrolls approximately 125 students and employs about nine teachers.
Centreville is accessed by U.S. 82 (East-West), Alabama Highway 5 (North-South), Alabama Highway 25 (North-South), and Alabama Highway 219, which runs north-south. Bibb County / Centreville Airport is inside the city limits and located just east of Centreville on U.S. 82.
Events and Places of Interest
The entire Centreville Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historical Places and features examples of late Victorian and late nineteenth and twentieth century Revival style buildings, including the Bibb County Courthouse (1902). Also on the national register in Centreville is the Davidson-Smitherman House (ca. 1825). The Bibb County Training School (established in 1900 as the Centreville Industrial Institute for African Americans), the Sandy Chapel Methodist Church (ca. 1910), and the Vance-Ellison House (ca. 1899) are also on the Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage (all historic sites are not listed here).