Posted March 21, 2017
The City of Sevierville Parks and Recreation Department has scheduled a lifeguard certification class at the Sevierville Community Center on the following dates and times. Registration will begin on March 29.
Posted March 20, 2017
The City of Sevierville Department of Parks and Recreation has been working to install LED lights throughout the City's greenway system.
On the West Prong Greenway, Parks and Recreation staff have installed LED lights and new poles on the west side from Paine Lake Estates to Outback Steak house and LED lights have been installed on existing poles from Paine Lake Estates to the Main Street bridge. LED lights and new poles will be installed when the west side of the greenway is extended southward to the bridge on the Parkway.
Two City of Sevierville Police Officers have received State awards for their accomplishments during 2016. Sevierville Police Department (SPD) Officers Caleb Brien and Thomas Thompson were both recognized by the Tennessee Highway Safety Office (THSO) for their outstanding work.
The City of Sevierville Parks and Recreation Department has completed another cost saving project: installation of LED lights in the Community Center.
As part of Tennessee Severe Weather Awareness Week, the City of Sevierville, along with Sevier County and other area cities, has scheduled weather awareness message on the Code Red alert system.
The message will be sent at approximately 4:00PM Friday, March 3, 2017. At this time, all City of Sevierville residents who have registered to receive the free Code Red alerts should receive this weather awareness message.
As many Sevier County residents work to rebuild following the recent wildfire, we should be cautious of phony building contractors and other scam artists that may attempt to take advantage of people following a disaster. Before making plans or selecting a contractor, we recommend that you seek advice from one of the local city or county building departments:
On December 20, 2015, Donald Lawton of New Market, Tennessee was severely beaten and struck by a vehicle during a reported robbery. Mr. Lawton died on January 18, 2016, apparently as a result of injuries sustained during the robbery. (See Media Release dated 2-12-16 below.) SPD investigators identified two persons of interest in this murder; to date, neither person has been located.
Bob Stahlke, Public Information Officer
300 Gary Wade Blvd.
Sevierville, TN 37864-5500