The name says it all! Centreville is located on the southern border of southwest Michigan, just a few minutes from either Michigan or Indiana. It’s a small town with easy access to many larger cities in both states. The entire town of Centreville is only 1.5 square miles, but the sense of community in this small town feels much larger. Enjoy the warmth of a small town community with endless access to rivers, activities, festivals and employment opportunities.
Do you like to explore history? The Langley Covered Bridge is just 4 miles north of town and is named for the town’s original settlers. Today, the bridge is still the longest wooden covered bridge in Michigan and is an official Michigan Historic Site.
Centreville offers both visitors and tourists the opportunity to explore, engage and connect! One of the most popular community events is hosting the St Joseph County Fair each fall. Over 150,000 people flood the village to enjoy:
Come see what the Village of Centreville can offer you!