The City of Sevierville Department of Parks and Recreation is accepting registration for two upcoming youth basketball clinics, one for boys and girls aged 9-11 years old, and the other for boys and girls aged12-14 years old. The 9-11 years old clinic will stress fundamentals and the 12-14 years old clinic will focus on skills and drills.
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.
The State of Tennessee has passed a new law restricting the use of cell phones and other electronic devises while driving a motor vehicle. The law becomes effective July 1, 2019.
The Sevierville Police Department is issuing this media release, and will post messages on the SPD and City of Sevierville Facebook pages, as well as post tweets on the SPD Twitter page, in an effort to educate the motoring public regarding this new law. After the law becomes effective July 1, SPD officers will issue warnings or citations, as appropriate, in an effort to change driver behaviors and thereby improve their safety and the safety of all motorists.
The Sevierville Police Department (SPD) is urging parents and pet owners to be cognizant of the potential danger of leaving their children or pets in vehicles during warm weather.
Just a few minutes inside a car during the summer can become deadly. When the outside air temperature is just 85 degrees, vehicle interior temperatures can reach over 100 degrees in only ten minutes or less.
Sevierville Police Department detectives have completed their investigation of the shooting that occurred on Tuesday, April 16, 2019 at Tanger Five Oaks Mall, 1645 Parkway. (Please see media release dated April 16, 2019 below for initial information on the shooting.)
Construction of Sevierville’s newest greenway is scheduled to begin on June 3, 2019. The East Sevierville/Middle Creek Greenway will span from Gary Wade Boulevard to Ford Avenue and include a pedestrian bridge over Middle Creek. The project will also add a much needed connection from the Boys and Girls Club to the Municipal Complex.
The City of Sevierville Department of Parks and Recreation announces the opening of the outdoor Family Aquatic Center (outdoor pool, slide and splash play area) at City Park on Saturday, May 25.
Bob Stahlke, Public Information Officer
300 Gary Wade Blvd.
Sevierville, TN 37864-5500