A permit is required to operate a Short-Term Rental Unit in the City of Sevierville.
Please click the link on a link below to complete a request.
The Fire Prevention Division performs annual fire and life safety inspections on commercial buildings inside the city limits.
Short Term Rental Unit Inspection - If you have submitted application or you need to schedule your re-inspection for a short term rental click the link.
Schedule Inspection with Fire Marshal - If you need to schedule a time for the Fire Marshal to conduct an inspection click the link.
Schedule Inspection with a Fire Inspector
Fire Hydrant Flow Data- Please contact the Sevierville Water Department at (865)453-5522 for fire hydrant flow request.
A permit is required for open burning in accordance with Section 7-102 of the Sevierville Municipal Code. All open burning sites must be inspected prior to burning. Permits are granted with the conditions as listed.
Permits are available Monday through Friday between 8-5.
In a fire, seconds count. Seconds can mean the difference between residents of our community escaping safely from a fire or having their lives end in tragedy.
Practice your home fire drill twice a year. Conduct one at night and one during the day with everyone in your home, and practice using different ways out.
Teach children how to escape on their own in case you can’t help them.
Many fire departments are experiencing serious fires, injuries, and deaths as the result of compulsive hoarding behavior. The excessive accumulation of materials in homes poses a significant threat to firefighters fighting fires and responding to other emergencies in these homes and to residents and neighbors. Hoarding can hinder you from getting out of a burning home and can hinder firefighters from getting in. Studies suggest that between three and five percent of the population are compulsive hoarders.
A portable fire extinguisher can save lives and property by putting out a small fire or containing it until the fire department arrives, but portable extinguishers have limitations.
Because fire grows and spreads so rapidly, the number one priority for residents is to get out safely.