THE TOWN OF CENTERVILLE LOBBY WILL BE OPEN FOR BUSINESS BEGINNING MAY 3, 2021.
Access to the busines office will be through the front door of the building. There are steps next to the police department or there will be handicap accessibility on the east side of the building passed drive thru window.
Centerville is located in the heart of Hickman County, Tennessee. Its prime geographic location is within a few hours driving distance of many major cities in the southeastern United States.
Industry in the area includes manufacturer's of packaging materials, various wood products, structural steel, ammunition, pies, and fruit processing. Over 50,000 acres of timberland is owned by national pulp, paper, and timber corporations and is open to the public for hunting, hiking, and fishing.
Go to www.Nixle.com and sign up your cell phone, email address, and land line for the lastest emergency notification system. This is a user-friendly website, just follow the prompts.
Local artisans craft furniture, wreaths, and decorative items out of the abundant natural materials found in the area. The people of Centerville and Hickman County are warm, friendly, and skilled in a variety of labor-intensive and industrial trades.
Nearby, thriving Mennonite communities continue old world traditions of craftsmanship and farming while offering quality handmade furniture and fresh produce to the area. Locals and visitors alike flock to the area to see these working farms operating without the conveniences of modern technology. Visitors to Centerville and Hickman County are likely to see the familiar site of Mennonite families traveling between towns with their standard means of transportation, the horse and buggy.
In addition to its people, Centerville offers a rich assortment of recreational opportunities. Outdoor sports are popular in and around the many forest, streams, and caves. Whether its hunting, fishing, camping, or boating you enjoy, Centerville has something for everyone.
Read the latest from Vacations Made Easy about our beloved Minnie Pearl
Who do I need to contact about an abandoned home that is full of garbage and attracting animals?
I am trying to get info on Hickman County for a vacation. I have looked all over the www.hickman county website and there is NO email address available or contact form. Two of the links for visiting went to bad/error sites. Can you please help me?
Thank you Kori at the market and Mandy at the museum, what wonderful folks you are, Tom and I thoroughly enjoyed our short time in Centerville due to your warm and friendly hospitality, what a truly
lovely community you have, Jeff from Dorset England
Thank you for the website tour. I'm in Florida and thinking about semiretiring up your way in Lyles. The more I read, the more I like. I've worked hard in my life as a massage therapist and
lymphedema with breast cancer survivors. I love to garden and hike. My horse is being retired to a farm up in Lynnville and I want to be near him. Love antiques and thrift shopping - too much! Trying
to par down so I can come up. I'll visit in November.
This website is great! The design and layout are easy to read and user-friendly!
VERY nice job on the website! Especially like the section for new residents about utilities. My only concern:Scott Powers photo doesn't do him justice! (*J*)
Need a Building Permit Application? Need Property Rezoned? Need to lodge a complaint for property maintenance?
Town of Centerville
102 East Swan Street
P.O. Box 238
Centerville, TN 37033
Phone: (931) 729-4246
Fax: (931) 729-3528
102 E Swan Street P.O. Box 301
Tip: Always make sure your 911 address is visible from the highway and on your home.
Hickman Co. E. 911 Coordinator
Click below to get your E911 address application.
Catch up on the latest news!!!
View the local Hickman County newspaper hickmancountytimes
Visit the Hickman County Chamber of Commerce for local merchants by clicking the Member Page at
Visit the Hickman County Administrative Offices at
Visit the Hickman County
Economic & Community Development Association, Inc. at