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The purpose of this page is to provide important City information to our residents and visitors regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. The status of City facilities and services will be updated as changes take place. You will also find helpful information about local healthcare resources as well as links to the CDC and State health department websites.

Updates from the TN Department of Health

Information from the Tennessee Department Health about the ongoing novel coronavirus outbreak.

Sevier County Covid Help

Sevier County Covid Help
Vaccine registration, testing information and quarantine guidelines.

TN Department of Health

Tennessee Department of Health

Information from the Tenenssee Department of Health.

Sevier County Health Department

Sevier County Health Department
Sevier County Health Department website.

Mountain Tough

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Mountain Tough for Sevier County assistance.

COVID-19 Information

  • Current Status
  • How To Prepare
  • If You Are Sick
  • More Information on COVID-19

The Sevier County EMA/Government has released a new a website to assist individuals with scheduling vaccine appointments, testing information, quarantine guidelines, and frequently asked questions. You can access this website by going to

Important information from the CDC on what you can do to prepare your family in case COVID-19 spreads in our community. CDC - How to Prepare

CDC guidelines on what to do if you are sick with COVID-19 or suspect you are infected with the virus that causes COVID-19 including steps you should take steps to help prevent the disease from spreading to people in your home and community. CDC - If You Are Sick

City of Sevierville Discontinues Facial Covering Requirement in Public Facilities

Posted 05-18-21.

The City of Sevierville has discontinued facial covering requirements for entry into government facilities effective immediately.

The facial covering requirement to enter City facilities has been in place to help mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 virus during the pandemic. Considering recent CDC and White House guidelines, along with a significant reduction in COVID-19 cases and the widespread availability of vaccines, the city is discontinuing the requirement.

In accordance with CDC guidelines, the City encourages the wearing of facial coverings indoors by unvaccinated persons and others who may feel safer doing so.


Posted 04-26-21.

Please note: The following information has been provided by the Sevier County Emergency management Agency.

The Sevier County Health Department and local government have partnered to facilitate several closed PODS in Sevierville, Pigeon Forge, and Gatlinburg in May. Our goal is to make it a little easier for those who have had difficulty in registering for a vaccine, and bringing the vaccination location a little closer as well.

Our vaccination pods will provide more flexibility for individuals to schedule an appointment.

First-dose Vaccination Pods:
May 3 & 4 (Monday & Tuesday)—Sevier County Health Department, Sevierville
May 17 (Monday)—Rocky Top Sports World, Gatlinburg
May 24 (Monday)—The LeConte Center, Pigeon Forge

• All participants must schedule an appointment in advance
• Business owners can register employees, or employees can schedule their appointments.
• Vaccinations are available to all employees and their family members.
• All participants must be at least 16 years of age at the time of vaccination.
• Appointments are available by visiting Sevier County Vaccine at or by calling 865-774-3944
• Only the Pfizer vaccine will be available.

Registration is open now, and appointments are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Information about the vaccine is available .


Posted 04-20-21.

As the availability of vaccines and the number of Sevier County residents who have been vaccinated both substantially increase, we will no longer be posting COVID-19 updates. The information is still available at


Posted 04-16-21.

From the state health dept.: there are 13,086 confirmed and probable cases, 66,699 negative tests, 12,723 inactive/recoveries, 176 active cases, 276 hospitalizations since the outbreak, and 174 deaths in Sevier County due to COVID-19. For more on state reporting, go to

Sevier County's facial covering mandate has expired. Persons are still encouraged to wear facial coverings indoors, practice social distancing, and wash hands frequently. Businesses may still require facial coverings at their discretion. The City of Sevierville requires facial coverings to enter City government facilities.

Sevier County Facial Covering Mandate Will Not Be Extended

Posted 04-14-21.

NOTE: the following information was provided by Sevier County Government

Sevier County Executive Order 65, which extended the face-covering mandate, will expire at 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, April 15, and not be renewed.

“Based on our decreasing positivity rate and the increase in vaccine availability, I feel it is an appropriate time to allow the executive order to expire,” said Sevier County Mayor Larry Waters. “However, people do have to make responsible decisions to keep themselves and others as safe as possible. I encourage everyone to continue wearing face coverings when social distancing is not possible.”

Businesses can still have regulations regarding face coverings. The Tennessee Supreme Court’s order to wear face coverings in certain government buildings will continue to apply, including public areas in the Sevier County Courthouse. Public areas of Sevier County government buildings, including the Sheriff’s office, libraries, and public works, will continue to have a face-covering requirement.

“While the mandate appears to have had a positive impact on COVID-19 in Sevier County, I said from the beginning this was a temporary order,” Waters said. “We urge our citizens and visitors to follow the Tennessee Pledge and CDC guidelines to keep our COVID-19 numbers low.”

“I appreciate the business community, our employees, citizens, and visitors for following the mandate. There are no further restrictions or closures on our local businesses from the state, and Sevier County continues to see excellent tourism numbers.”

The intent of the original mandate, Sevier County Executive Order 23, was to increase the wearing of face coverings to protect the health of residents, visitors, and employees and to ensure the state did not take further measures to disrupt local businesses and the economy.

Contact Us

Bob Stahlke, Public Information Officer

300 Gary Wade Blvd.
Sevierville, TN 37864-5500
Phone: 865.453.5506

If you are experiencing mild symptoms, follow CDC guildelines or consult with your Primary Care Physician.

For medical emergencies, please call 911.

Urgent Care Facilities

AFC Urgent Care Sevierville TN
Address: 713 Winfield Dunn Pkwy #9, Sevierville, TN 37876
Phone: (865) 429-9110

Children's Hospital Urgent Care
502 Winfield Dunn Pkwy Sevierville, TN 37876
Located inside East Tennessee Children's Hospital Sevier Outpatient Center 
Phone: 865.280.6525

TN Premier Care
Address: 3609 Outdoor Sportsman Pl #7, Kodak, TN 37764
Phone: (865) 281-5922

University After Hours Clinic
Address: 1130 Middle Creek Rd #270, Sevierville, TN 37862
Phone: (865) 365-3074

Well-Key Urgent Care Sevierville
Address: 1787 Veterans Blvd, Sevierville, TN 37862
Phone: (865) 428-2773


LeConte Medical Center
Address: 742 Middle Creek Rd, Sevierville, TN 37862
Phone: (865) 446-7000