Centerville, Florida

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Centerville is an unincorporated community in north central Leon County, Florida, United States, 1.5 miles (2.4 km) east of Bradfordville and 8 miles (12.8 km) north of Tallahassee at the intersection of County Road 0342 (Bradfordville Road) and County Road 151 (Centerville Road).

Location of Centerville, Florida
Location of Centerville, Florida
  • Elevation: 180 feet (55 m)

Location[edit]

Centerville, while rural, encompasses part of a large housing development of Killern Acres and also a few homes on Roberts Road, Centerville Road, and Bradfordville Road. Centerville's boundaries are not distinct but it is fair to say that Centerville is bordered on the north by Felkel.

Schools[edit]

Centerville is home to Roberts Elementary School

History[edit]

Civil War history[edit]

Soldiers from Centerville enlisted in Company K, 5th Florida Infantry. The following soldiers are interred at Old Pisgah Methodist Church Cemetery. None died during any battles.

Political[edit]

Centerville Area Governmental Representation
Position Name Party

County Commission At-Large Cliff Thaell Democrat
County Commission At-Large Akin Akinyemi Democrat
Commissioner Dist. 4 Bryan Desloge Republican
U.S. House Steve Southerland, II Republican
Florida House Michelle R. Vasilinda Democrat

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 30°20′N 84°06′W / 30.33°N 84.10°W / 30.33; -84.10