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2018 Memorial Weekend Opening of Sevierville Family Aquatic Center

Posted 05-17-18.

The City of Sevierville Department of Parks and Recreation announces the opening of the Family Aquatic Center (outdoor pool, slide and splash play area) at City Park on Saturday, May 26. The FAC will be open through Memorial Day, Monday, May 28, close May 29-31and reopen for the summer season June 1.

The operating hours for the season are 11AM-5PM Monday-Friday, and 11AM-5PM Saturday and Sunday. (The Family Aquatic Center will close at 4PM due to swim meets on June 12, 14, 19 and 23.)

Daily admission is $5.00 for adults; $4.00 for children and senior adults; and $2.50 for spectators.

For additional information, please call 453-5441.

City Requests Input Through ADA Survey

Posted 05-13-18.

The City of Sevierville is in the process of preparing our ADA (Americans With Disabilities Act) Transition Plan and would like public input. Citizens with disabilities or who have family members with disabilities are encouraged to take part in a brief survey to provide information to the City about accessibility observations. To complete the survey, go to

The survey results will help us in our planning as we move forward with this important project. Click here for more information about the City's public accessibility efforts.

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2018 Summer Swim Lessons Scheduled

Posted 05-10-18.

The City of Sevierville Department of Parks and Recreation has scheduled children’s swim lessons at the Community Center Blalock Natatorium during June and July. Various skill levels, class days and times are available.

Registration for all classes will begin Monday, June 11 @ 8:00AM. Registration is online only at: The $30.00 fee for six group lessons is due at the time of registration.

For additional information, please call the Community Center at 453-5441. Visit us at

Sevierville Police Department Officer Graduates from Drug Recognition Expert School

Posted 05-03-18.

Sevierville Police Department Officer Justin Armstrong recently graduated from Drug Recognition Expert school. A drug recognition expert (DRE) is a police officer trained to recognize impairment in drivers under the influence of drugs other than, or in addition to, alcohol.

Officers trained as DREs are frequently called upon to differentiate between drug influence and medical and/or mental disorders. Their highly-specialized training provides an extremely valuable tool for combating the adverse impact of drug and alcohol impaired driving in our communities.

“The DRE training is very demanding and graduating is quite an accomplishment,” said SPD Captain Matt Ayers. “Officer Armstrong is a tremendous asset to our department and community in our efforts to combat impaired driving.” Officer Armstrong is the agency’s first DRE, and one of only a few in our county.

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Sevierville Fire Department Fire Focuses on Building Inspections

Posted 05-03-18.

Perhaps the most important task that the Sevierville Fire Department performs throughout the year is fire prevention. One aspect of fire prevention is inspection of commercial and public buildings.

The SFD is currently focusing fire prevention efforts on commercial buildings to ensure that all businesses are operating within the fire code for the safety of the public and their respective employees.

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Snyder Road Improvements Underway

Released 04-26-18.

TDOT contractors have started work on a section of Snyder Road, making road and bridge improvements.

The project encompasses Snyder Road from Lenz Drive to Hardin Road, north of Smokies Stadium. The project is being funded by the federal Local Interstate Collector program and Sevier County government.

The work will take place daily (Monday-Friday). The estimated project completion date is November 30, 2018, weather and other conditions permitting.

Some work will require single lane closures; flagmen will be present. Short term delays are likely when a lane is closed.

Main Street Resurfacing Project Continues

Posted 04-20-18.

TDOT is continuing work on the Main Street resurfacing project, which includes Main Street from Gary Wade Blvd. to the City limits on West Main Street. The scheduled completion date, weather and other conditions permitting, is July 31, 2018.

All project work will take place between 7PM-6AM nightly, weather permitting. Temporary lane closures will occur when work is in progress; short term delays are possible. During the daytime hours, no lane closures are expected.