The City of Sevierville Department of Parks and Recreation announces that the City Park Tennis Court lights will be turned-off for the winter season beginning January 2, 2019. The lights will be turned-on in the spring on March 1, 2019.
For additional information, please call the Athletics Office at 865-453-6946.
The Sevierville Department of Parks and Recreation will begin accepting youth baseball and softball registration and entry fees for the 2019 Smoky Mountain Youth Baseball Association’s (SMYBA) spring season beginning January 8, 2019. The season will begin on April 8 and conclude in June.
Bryan C. Atchley embodied the spirit of service. You don’t have to go far in Sevierville to hear someone tell of how he helped the city, their organization, or them personally.
His dedication and service to the City of Sevierville is unparalleled. First elected as an alderman in 1979, he became mayor in 1995 and served in that capacity until his passing on Sunday, December 9, 2018. Along the way, he found time to serve as a chairman, president or member on numerous boards and committees, including Walters State Community College, Sevier County Relay for Life, Mountain Hope Good Shepard Clinic, First Baptist Church of Sevierville, Sevier County United Way, Sevierville Lions Club, Sevier County High School Football Boosters, Sevierville/Sevier County Volunteer Fire Department, and Sevierville Little League Baseball Association.
Four Sevierville Police Department officers received awards for their outstanding efforts in 2018 at the Tennessee Highway Safety Office awards ceremony earlier this month.
The City of Sevierville Department of Parks and Recreation is now accepting registration and entry fees for the 2019 Co-Ed Volleyball League. Registration packets are available at the Community Center front desk or online at www.seviervilleparksandrec.com on the athletics page.
The Sevierville Police Department (SPD) investigates many car break-ins and purse thefts each year. Often these crimes of opportunity could have been prevented by sound security practices. Besides the loss of personal property, victims may also have to contend with costly damages to their vehicle. In some rare instances, purse snatchings and vehicle break-ins have also lead to home burglaries.
During the holidays, the number of purse thefts and vehicle break-ins normally increase. Owners sometimes leave vehicles unlocked while shopping or parked at home, providing easy targets for thieves. The following information has been compiled by the SPD to help reduce your risk.
A traffic advisory is being issued for a section of Court Avenue on Saturday, November 10, 2018. Court Avenue, between Bruce Street and Commerce Street will be closed to all traffic from approximately 1:00PM-10:00PM.
The purpose of the closure is to facilitate the Winter Season Kick-Off Party sponsored by the Sevierville Commons Association and the City of Sevierville.
Bob Stahlke, Public Information Officer
300 Gary Wade Blvd.
Sevierville, TN 37864-5500