The Sevier County EMA/Government has released a new a website to assist individuals with scheduling vaccine appointments, testing information, quarantine guidelines, and frequently asked questions. You can access this website by going to www.seviercountycovidhelp.com.
CDC guidelines on what to do if you are sick with COVID-19 or suspect you are infected with the virus that causes COVID-19 including steps you should take steps to help prevent the disease from spreading to people in your home and community. CDC - If You Are Sick
Tennessee’s Economic Recovery Group Issues Updated Guidance for Restaurants and Retail, Allows for Large Attractions to Open
Governor Lee issued updated guidance today for restaurants and retail, and large attractions can now reopen.
"As we continue to reopen our businesses and reduce restrictions, we urge everyone to continue to follow guidance from the State of Tennessee and the CDC, so that our residents and visitors can stay as safe as possible," said Sevierville Mayor Robbie Fox.
On Friday, May 15, Governor Lee issued a press release regarding the lifting of capacity restrictions on some businesses.
Executive Order 36: An Order Suspending provisions of Certain Statutes and Rules and Taking Other Necessary Measures in Order to Facilitate the Treatment and Containment of COVID-19.
Governor Lee has issued Executive Order 36, effective Monday, May 18. To view the full executive order, visit
Governor Lee has issued Executive Order 35, which allows for the reopening of small group, non-contact entertainment and recreational venues pursuant to new safety guidelines, beginning Friday, May 8. To view the Executive Order, please visit https://publications.tnsosfiles.com/pub/execorders/exec-orders-lee35.pdf.
The City of Sevierville will reopen certain areas of city parks and the Community Center on Monday, May 18, 2020.
In keeping with guidance from the State of Tennessee and CDC, visitors to all indoor and outdoor facilities should remember the following:
• Don’t come to the community center or parks if you are sick;
• Maintain social distancing of at least six feet;
• Keep groups to less than ten persons;
• Wash or sanitize hands frequently; and
• Consider wearing a cloth mask when near other persons.