The City of Sevierville’s stormwater program seeks to provide an exceptional level of environmental stewardship to the community through the protection and maintenance of local water resources in accordance with the City’s stormwater ordinance. Our goal is to educate the citizens, general public, school aged children, and businesses (including contractors and developers) on storm water pollution prevention solutions and techniques to protect our streams, creeks, and rivers to improve the quality of our most precious resource.
To meet the City of Sevierville's post construction run-off reduction requirements, engineers must refer to the guidelines of our stormwater ordinance.
pdf Tennessee Permanent Stormwater Management & Design Manual (23.03 MB)
The fee schedule below is based on the area (acres) of land being disturbed.
The City of Sevierville mirrors the Manufactured Stormwater Treament Systems listed by Knox County. View list here.
Each of us has a responsibility to help reduce pollution by properly disposing of waste from our homes. The following Best Management Practices (BMP’s) are procedures that should always be used around your home to prevent pollution from entering the storm drains and polluting our waterways.
120 Gary Wade Blvd.
Sevierville, TN 37862
|Sevier Stormwater Group
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