With the beginning of the new year shortly upon us, it is time once again to renew your pet licenses. The City of Centerville uses pet licensing in order to reconnect lost pets with their owners and to provide rabies information in case of an animal bite.
The City of Centerville requires cats and dogs to be licensed yearly after an animal becomes six months of age and is able to obtain its rabies vaccination. Animals must be licensed by March 31 of every year. The cost of the registration is $7.
Beginning April 1 of each year, animals that have not been registered are assessed a late fee of $15.00 per animal. The late fee will not apply until City Hall reopens due to the current corona-virus pandemic. Citizens are required to show proof of rabies vaccination for all dogs and cats over six months old. Also, we are required to have a photo of the animal on file.
For more information, please contact City Hall at 641-437-4339