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Sevierville Community Center Closing on Sundays for Summer

Sevierville Community Center Closing on Sundays for Summer

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.

2018 Memorial Weekend Opening of Sevierville Family Aquatic Center

2018 Memorial Weekend Opening of Sevierville Family Aquatic Center

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.

2018 Summer Swim Lessons Schedule

What: 2018 Summer Swim Lessons Schedule

What: 2018 Summer Swim Lessons Scheduled

Where:Sevierville Community Center

When: Registration Begins June 11, 2018

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 can be made online ONLY. Click here to register for swim lessons   No telephone registration will be accepted. 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 www.seviervilleparksandrec.com.

Annual Arbor Day Celebration Features Sidney Paul Wade

Where:Sevierville City Hall at the Municipal Complex on Gary Wade Blvd.

When:Wednesday, April 25, 2018 12:00PM

The annual City of Sevierville Arbor Day Celebration is scheduled for Wednesday, April 25. This year's event will feature a ribbon cutting ceremony for the Sidney Paul Wade Memorial Rain Garden and presentation of the City's Tree City USA Award. The event will begin at 12PM at Sevierville City Hall at the Municipal Complex on Gary Wade Boulevard.
This will be the 34th consecutive year that Sevierville has been recognized as a Tree City USA. The ceremony will include speakers and presentations from the Sevierville Intermediate School Beta Club, Tennessee Division of Forestry, Dr. Dwight Wade and Sevierville Mayor Bryan Atchley. There will be a reading of the names of individuals with a tree memorial or honorary tree in the past year. A reception will follow at City Hall. Students from the Sevierville Intermediate School will help with speaker introductions.
A ribbon cutting for the recently completed Sidney Paul Wade Memorial Rain Garden will be held. The rain garden was designed and built by City of Sevierville employees. Rain gardens receive water from impervious surfaces such as rooftops, sidewalks, driveways, parking lots and patios. Gardens are constructed to include a shallow depression that holds the run-off water that is then used by the plants. The process naturally removes pollutants before the water re-enters our groundwater supply.
The City of Sevierville Trees/Trails and Beautification Board continues to make efforts to improve urban tree care and benefits to the citizens of Sevierville. For additional information on the board and the Memorial Tree Program, please visit www.seviervilleparksandrec.com.

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To Plant or Not to Plant?

Spring is here, and that means….mowing the grass and fighting allergies! Fortunately, it also means temperatures are warming-up, trees are getting green and some plants are starting to bloom.Spring is here, and that means….mowing the grass and fighting allergies! Fortunately, it also means temperatures are warming-up, trees are getting green and some plants are starting to bloom.
For City Parks and Recreation landscaping staff, it means working towards a decision on when to plant hundreds of flowers that have been growing in our greenhouses. In the meantime, we have already planted many beautiful pansies and tulips.
Each spring, our staff researches the long-term weather forecast on a daily basis as they attempt to decide when it is safe to start the major planting. It’s an important decision; planting too early can result in dead or damaged plants from frost. City staff cannot afford to plant too early, because we grow our own flowers and do not have a budget large enough to purchase replacement products. 
So, the City will be planting around town soon…but not quite yet.

Accessibility

The Parks and Recreation Department will make every effort to accommodate anyone desiring access to any facility including ADA Approved Listening Devices. For accessability assistance, please call 865-453-5441.

Contact Us

Bob Parker, Director

120 Gary Wade Blvd.
Sevierville, TN 37862
Phone: 865.453.5441

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