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Get to Know Sevierville Walking Tours

Posted 06-12-18.

Have you ever wanted to know more about our great hometown? Now is your chance! Get to Know Sevierville Walking Tours will get you on your feet and provide you with just about everything there is to know about our wonderful city and how your local government serves you.

The next free tour is on Wednesday, June 27 @ 10AM. Tours will include visits to City buildings and facilities, as well as information on City services, recreational opportunities, and City history. Lunch is on us!

Walkers may want to bring a water bottle, camera (or smart phone) and wear comfortable walking shoes. To register or learn more, contact Kelly DeBord at 865-868-0953 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

City of Sevierville Reminds Residents/Visitors That Shooting Fireworks Is Not Permitted

Posted 06-12-18.

With the Fourth of July holiday approaching, the City of Sevierville would like to remind residents and visitors that shooting fireworks without a permit is not permitted within the City limits. This ordinance is in effect throughout the year.

Sevierville Fire Chief Matt Henderson and Police Chief Joe Manning say that while they want residents and visitors to enjoy the holiday, they hope it will be celebrated in a safe manner. They note that fireworks are banned in the City because of the potential dangers of personal injury and fires.

BMA Budget Workshop Scheduled For June 18

Posted 06-11-18.

The Sevierville Board of Mayor and Aldermen has scheduled a workshop for 4:00PM Monday, June 18 at the Sevierville Civic Center.

The purpose of this meeting will be to discuss the FY 2019 Budget and other items of interest.

SPD Launching #9PM Routine to Reduce Burglaries

Posted 06-07-18.

The City of Sevierville Police Department is joining other law enforcement agencies across the country with a new program called #9PM Routine.

SPD will use their Facebook and Twitter social media accounts to remind residents and visitors of the importance of removing valuables from their vehicles and ensuring that their vehicle is locked every night. By making this a habit, we can reduce the chance of being burglarized. The program will also emphasize the importance of securing your home each night.

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Local Man Severely Injured While Attempting to Enter Truck

Posted 05-23-18.

Sevierville Police Department officers responded to a 911 call at 7:07AM this morning, Wednesday, May 23, 2018 regarding a pedestrian who was laying on the shoulder of West Main Street with serious injuries.

The injured man was identified as 39-year old Chad Bonilla of Pigeon Forge, TN. He was transported to the University of Tennessee Medical Center with severe leg and other injuries.

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Sevierville Community Center Closing on Sundays for Summer

Posted 05-17-18.

The City of Sevierville Community Center will be closed on Sundays for the summer season, beginning Sunday, June 3, during the months of June, July and August. The building will reopen on Sundays beginning in September.

For additional information, please call 865-453-5441.

Fire Department Offers CPR and Stop the Bleeding Class

Posted 05-17-18.

The Sevierville Fire Department is offering a CPR and Stop the Bleeding class from 8AM-2PM on Saturday, June 9 at Fire Station 1 (main downtown station), 122 Prince Street.

The 6-hour class is open to the public and will begin at 8AM and end at 2PM. The class fee is $22.00/person (checks payable to the City of Sevierville), which includes all class materials and a certificate. Classes have been filling-up quickly, so to ensure a spot please pay in advance by bringing a check to Fire Station 1 or by mail to 122 Prince Street, Sevierville, TN 37862.

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