Contractors working for the City of Sevierville will be repaving the parking and walking path areas at the Hospital Greenway Trailhead Park tomorrow, Thursday, August 6. The park is located next to LeConte Medical Center and Millwood Drive. Weather and other conditions permitting, the work will be completed by the end of the day.
Family Aquatic Center at City Park Closes for Season
Sevierville City Park, Park Road
Effective Today, Monday, July 27, 2020
The Family Aquatic Center at Sevierville City Park will be closing for the season effective today, Monday, July 27. The FAC was originally scheduled to close for public swimming on August 8th. We apologize for any inconveniences caused by the early closure.
The scheduled swim team practices at the FAC will be able to continue, as they require minimal staffing.
The Blalock Natatorium/indoor pool at the Community Center remains open. Reservations are required to ensure proper social distancing. Please call 865-453-5504 or visit seviervilletn.org and choose Parks and Recreation for more information.
Sevierville Fall Adult Softball League Registration Open
Ongoing through August 16
Registration is now being accepted for the City of Sevierville Parks and Recreation fall adult softball men’s and co-ed leagues. Men’s league fees are $275.00 per team; co-ed league fees are $200.00 per team.
The Parks and Recreation Department will follow the Tennessee Pledge COVID-19 guidelines regarding outdoor sports. If changes to the league are required, the City will promptly notify all participants. If the league is cancelled, full refunds will be made.
Play will begin on September 1. Games will be played on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. When possible, co-ed league games will not be scheduled at the same times as men’s league games to prevent scheduling conflicts.
A team captain’s organizational meeting is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. on August 11 at the Sevierville Civic Center.
Registration packets are available at the front desk at the Sevierville Community Center and on the athletic program page at www.seviervilletn.org. Online registration is available here; choose the Athletics tab in the drop down menu. The registration deadline is August 16.
Sevierville Fall Youth Baseball and Softball Registration
Registration available at the Community Center or Online
Ongoing until August 8
The Sevierville Recreation Department is accepting youth baseball and softball registration and entry fees for the Smoky Mountain Youth Baseball Association’s fall season. The season is scheduled to begin August 31 and end in mid-October. The cities of Sevierville and Pigeon Forge are partnering to offer the league. Games will be played at Sevierville City Park and Pigeon Forge’s Wear Farm Park.
The Parks and Recreation Department will follow the Tennessee Pledge COVID-19 guidelines regarding youth sports. If changes to the league are required, the City will promptly notify all participants. If the league is cancelled for any reason, full refunds will be made.
Baseball leagues are open to children 3-12 years old. The registration fee for all ages is $35.00/child ($5.00 discount for each additional child in the same family). Children can register to be drafted or full teams may register as well. The registration deadline is August 8.
Anyone interested in girls’ softball, please contact the Athletics Office for more information.
To register CLICK HERE. Registration forms and information are available at the Sevierville Community Center Monday-Friday 6 a.m.-6:30 p.m. and Saturday 8 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Registration forms are also available online at www.seviervilletn.org on the athletics page, or you can find it by liking SMYBA’s page on Facebook.
What: Sevierville Parks and Recreation Baseball and Softball Fields Reopen
Where: Sevierville, TN
When: Effective Thursday, May 28, 2020
Effective today, Thursday, May 28, all baseball and softball fields located at Sevierville City Park and Northview Optimist Park have reopened. Tennessee Governor Bill Lee’s latest executive order allows for the reopening of these areas while recommending that users continue to practice social distancing and personal hygiene.
“Being able to enjoy outdoor activities is especially valuable as we continue to endure the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Parks and Recreation Director Bob Parker. “We stress the importance of complying with guidance from the CDC and State when engaging in recreational activities, so that we can continue to slow the spread of this virus.”
For more information from the City regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, visit www.seviervilletn.org and click on the COVID-19 information link on the home page.