• What is the Centennial Mile?

    The Centennial Mile (formerly the Centennial Fun Run) is a family-oriented one mile race through the Centennial neighborhoods for beginners, competitors, and everyone in between.

    The entry fee is $2 per person with a maximum of $5 per family.

    View the Centennial Mile course map

  • When is the Centennial Mile?

    6/18, 7/2, 7/16, 7/30, 8/13, 8/27 (Every other Tuesday starting June 18th).

    Registration starts at 7:00pm and the race starts at 7:30pm

  • Where is the Centennial Mile?

    The Start and Finish is at 10025 Century Drive Ellicott City, MD 21042.

    To get there: Take 29 to 108 W, pass Centennial Park on your right, turn right onto Centennial Lane, make right across from Centennial Lane H.S. onto Century Drive, continue 1/2 mile to 10025 Century Drive (on right side of road).

    Cars MUST park entirely on the road surface, NOT on any part of a neighbor’s lawn!

  • Awards

    Age group awards are given out at the last event of the season (8/27/19). Your fastest time of the season is used to determine awards (you only need to run one Centennial Mile to be eligible for an award!)

    Age groups: 6 & under, 7-8, 9-10, 11-12, 13-14, 15-16, 17-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60 & over

  • Additional Considerations

    • Cars MUST park entirely on the road surface, NOT on any part of a neighbor’s lawn
    • The course runs on the inside lane of the loop with traffic. Please park all vehicles on the outside lane of the loop, past the intersection of Century or Carillon, or on Chatelaine Circle. Additional parking is available at the High School just over a half mile from the start (perfect for a warm‐up).
    • Please use the crosswalk and obey traffic signals when crossing Centennial Lane.
    • Participants should not use neighbor’s lawns as a shortcut to the Centennial Mile
    • Children must be supervised at all times by an adult
    • Roads will remain open during the race
    • Runners must obey the rules of the road
    • No earbuds or headphones connected to any audio or electronic device during the run