Central City was a city in the United States mainly known to be where the Flash lived.
The rise of drugs in Central City[edit source]
Around 1990, Reuben Calderon became a notorious drug lord in Central City having acquired most of the drugs' distribution.
Birth of the Flash[edit source]
In 1990, the city was terrorized by a gang of bikers but was saved by a masked hero. The city would refer to him as "the Flash" and the Flash would help the city to face threats to society.
The homeless disappearance[edit source]
The following week after the Flash's first appearances, the disappearances of multiple homeless caused them to fear going out at night in the city. Luckily, the one responsible for all the disappearances were stopped by the Flash and thus saving the homeless community of the city.
The fires[edit source]
At some point, multiple mysterious fires happened around the city mainly historical buildings.The arsonist responsible would eventually be stopped by the Flash and arrested by police later on bringing an end to the fires.
The Museum theft[edit source]
When the Russian national treasure called the Death of Rasputin was going to be placed on display at the Central City Museum, Washington sent special agent Mitch Lestrange and his partner in order to protect it. The mask was saved thanks to the Flash and as a result, the showing was extended for another month.
Day of the Dead Festival[edit source]
Between November 2 and November 5, 1990, the Day of the Dead Festival took place in the Hispanic neighborhood and around that same time, Reuben Calderon was arrested for his crimes after multiples event regarding mind controlling the Flash to struck fear in the same neighborhood.
The Monitor's test[edit source]
In 2018, all residents were killed by the Book of destiny that was held by the Monitor.
Crisis on Infinite Earths[edit source]
In 2019, the Earth was wiped out by a wave of anti-matter.
Current resident[edit source]
Former Residents[edit source]
- Megan Lockhart (relocated to San Francisco; deceased)
- Iris West (relocated to Paris; deceased)
- Anderson (deceased)
- Carl Tanner (deceased)
- Celia Wayne (deceased)
- Darrell Hennings (deceased)
- Franco Mortelli (deceased)
- Marcos Trachmann (deceased)
- Mark Bernhardt (deceased)
- Mitch Lestrange (deceased)
- Noble John Spanier (deceased)
- Stan Kovacs (deceased)
- Central City Armory
- Central City Cannery
- Central City Chemical
- Central City Hospital
- Central City Mall
- Central City Museum
- Central City Police Precinct
- Central City University
- Las Flautas
- Lockhart Investigations
- Marco's Billiards
- Old Customs House
- Star Labs
- Van Duzer Campaign Headquarters
|Out of Control||Appears|
|Watching the Detectives||Appears|
|Honor Among Thieves||Appears|
|Sins of the Father||Appears|
|Shroud of Death||Appears|
|Ghost in the Machine||Appears|
|Beat the Clock||Appears|
|Tina, Is That You?||Appears|
|Be My Baby||Appears|
|Done with Mirrors||Appears|
|Good Night, Central City||Appears|
|The Trial of the Trickster||Appears|
- In Honor Among Thieves, Julio states that there is a "little Moscow" somewhere in the city. Though it is unknown how big the area is.
|Other versions of Central City|
Earth: Prime • Mirrorverse