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March 2015

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find a total of 84 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
Active Afternoons
1305

Discipline Policy

The following are considered serious offenses: Hitting, fighting, or other behavior that causes physical harm to anyone. Use of bad language. Stealing Examples of other offenses are: not follo... read more..

Active Afternoons
1476

Pick Up Procedure

Intermediate School Children – A Kids Unlimited staff member will meet the Intermediate School children in the Intermediate School gym immediately following school. Middle School Children &ndas... read more..

Active Afternoons
1403

Medication

If your child needs to receive medication while they are attending the program, you must fill out a medication release form. Please see a staff person for one of these forms.... read more..

Active Afternoons
1362

What to Bring

Children should wear appropriate clothing and shoes for the scheduled activities and for the weather conditions. We go on with our schedule, even in rain and/or cool temperatures - if at all possible.... read more..

Active Afternoons
2347

Basic Activities

An activity schedule will be available each month. Various activities include soccer, swimming, bowling, archery, fitness programs, volleyball, art projects, basketball, dodgeball, kickball, football,... read more..

Active Afternoons
2000

Ages

Kindergarten – 6th grade. On occasion, an older child may be allowed to participate in this program. Anyone beyond the age limit will not be allowed to participate in tournaments and competition... read more..

Active Afternoons
1904

Fees

Monthly payment: $75 per child. December and April payment is $57 per child because of the school system breaks. The monthly payment is due at the first of each month and should be given to Deanna. Fe... read more..

Active Afternoons
2053

Dates & Times

Dates: Follows school schedule; program will start on the first full day of school and end on the last full day of school. If school is released early due to any reason, there will be no program. Time... read more..

Greenways, Trails & Beautification
2163

Planter Area Club

Participation in this club allows you to select an area and place the following: a four foot wooden bench, 10" X 5" marble plaque, landscaping, one tree and pavers.  Also included is a plaque wi... read more..

Greenways, Trails & Beautification
2213

Honors Club

You may make a $50.00 gift in the name of One Person per Gift to assist with Sevierville's Urban Forestry and Beautifcation efforts. This donation and the person's name will be announced at Arbor Day ... read more..

Greenways, Trails & Beautification
2243

Permanent Plaque and Tree Club

This program offers you the opportunity to pick from one of the three species of trees below and have that tree placed within a park, Greenway or other public space that is available. Also included i... read more..

Civic Center
6965

LeConte Auditorium

LeConte Auditorium 2576 sq. ft. Seat Capacity: 250 theater-style,  175 banquet-style, 125 classroom-style Resident Rate: Hourly Rate: $100.00              &n... read more..

Civic Center
7482

Council Hall

Council Hall 1120 sq. ft.Seat Capacity: 65 theater-style, 50 banquet-style, 50 classroom-styleHourly Rate: $30.00Day Rate: $150.00 (5-8 hours) A (refundable) cleaning cash deposit of $100... read more..

Code Enforcement
4434

Construction & Flood Hazard

To mitigate and manage potential flood property losses due to flood damage, the City of Sevierville is a participant in the National Flood Insurance Program. As a participant in the program, the City ... read more..

Stormwater
4365

Run-Off Reduction Manual

To meet the City of Sevierville's post construction run-off reduction requirements, engineers must refer to the guidelines of our stormwater ordinance. pdf Tennessee Permanent Stormwater M... read more..

Stormwater
4747

Land Disturbance Permit Fees

The fee schedule below is based on the area (acres) of land being disturbed. Project equal to or greater than 1 acres and less than 5 acres-                 ... read more..

Uncategorised
8478

Flood Information

Historic Flood Studies ... read more..

Co-Ed Volleyball Rules
3688

City of Sevierville Co-Ed Team Responsiblities

The purpose of the Sevierville Co-Ed volleyball league is to provide recreation and fellowship, to promote sportsmanship, and to continually strive to improve the caliber of play of all members and te... read more..

Co-Ed Volleyball Rules
3941

Rules

A game consists of 25 points. Must win the game by two points. All playing members must wear matching shirts. Any type of shirt is acceptable as long as they are the same color. A two week grace pe read more..

Co-Ed Softball Leauge Rules
3517

Section IV - Arbitration Board

An arbitration board made up of the Recreation Supervisor or Director of Recreation, and two umpires will settle all disputes such as eligibility, misinterpretation of the rules, etc. arising from a read more..

Co-Ed Softball Leauge Rules
3669

Section III - Schedules/Homerun Rules

Rained out games will be made up, if necessary and as schedule allows, as determined by the Recreation Supervisor. Games will be made up at the end of the regular season continuing on Tuesdays and T read more..

Co-Ed Softball Leauge Rules
3533

Section II - Team Conduct

There shall be no arguments over judgment calls. (Fair, foul, ball, strike, safe, out, etc.) The manager or his/her assistant will be the only person allowed to discuss rule interpretations with an read more..

Co-Ed Softball Leauge Rules
3891

Section I - Entrance Fee and Player Regulations

League entrance fees for teams are $200.00 and must be turned in to the Department of Parks and Recreation by August 18, 2015 along with the teams registration form. A team may carry a total of 20 read more..

Men's Softball League Rules
3501

Section V - Arbitration Board

An arbitration board made up of the Recreation Supervisor or Director of Recreation, and two umpires will settle all disputes such as eligibility, misinterpretation of the rules, etc. arising from a read more..

Men's Softball League Rules
3764

Section IV - USSSA Membership and Team Membership

40 cor softball, 325 compression Classic M USSSA ball. All teams are required to provide their own softballs. No team will be allowed to enter the league after the deadline unless approved by the R read more..

Men's Softball League Rules
3720

Section III - Schedules/Homerun Rules

Rained out games will be made up, if necessary and as schedule allows, as determined by the Recreation Supervisor. Games will be made up at the end of the regular season continuing on Tuesdays and T read more..

Men's Softball League Rules
3614

Section II - Team Conduct

There shall be no arguments over judgment calls. (Fair, foul, ball, strike, safe, out, etc.) The manager or his/her assistant will be the only person allowed to discuss rule interpretations with an read more..

Men's Softball League Rules
3868

Section I - Entrance Fee and Player Regulations

League entrance fees for teams are $275.00 for men’s leagues. Fee must be turned into the Department of Parks and Recreation by August 18, 2015. A team may carry a total of 20 players on the read more..

Basketball Rules
1252

Fouls

Call your own (if you commit a foul on the offensive player then you stop the game and give ball back to the offense) No individual fouls or team fouls An official will be present during the end o read more..

Basketball Rules
1303

Unsportsmanlike Conduct

Profanity, vulgarity, taunting, confrontations, and verbal abuse towards referees and opposing players are strictly prohibited. Players may be penalized by the referees with a warning. If the problem ... read more..

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