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The City of Sevierville

It is the mission of the City of Sevierville to provide quality services while preserving and advancing the collective interests of all the citizens and visitors of our community.

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Welcome to The City of Sevierville

Your Hometown in the Smokies.

Dolly Parton Statue in front of Sevier County Courthouse in Sevierville, Tennessee 

Welcome to the official web site of the City of Sevierville, Tennessee.
Dolly Parton's Hometown, and your Hometown in the Smokies as well! 

We hope you enjoy our site and find the information helpful. Please feel free to look around and discover all that Sevierville, Tennessee has to offer. 

It is the mission of the City of Sevierville to provide  quality services
while preserving and advancing the collective interests
of all the citizens
and visitors of our community.

If you have any questions about our City, please call us at 865.453.5504

For more information about our city, please see the City of Sevierville Relocation Information at the bottom of this page.

Home Escape Planning - “Have Two Ways Out!”

The child fire death rate spikes during July in Tennessee. Help us stop this trend by practicing fire safety in your home. Develop and practice a home fire escape plan with your family today!

4.1 Planning 
4.1.1 Make a home escape plan. Draw a map of each level of the home. Show all doors and windows. Discuss the plan with everyone in your household, including visitors.
4.1.2 Children, older adults, and people with disabilities may need assistance to wake up and get out. Make sure that someone will help them.
4.1.3 Teach your children how to escape on their own in case you cannot help them.
4.1.4 Practice your home fire drill with overnight guests.
4.1.5 Know at least two ways out of every room, if possible. Make sure all doors and windows that lead outside open easily.
4.1.6 If a room has a window air conditioner, make sure there is still a second way out of the room.
4.1.7 If you sleep with the bedroom door closed, install smoke alarms inside and outside the bedroom. For the best protection, make sure all smoke alarms are interconnected.
4.1.8 Windows with security bars, grills, and window guards should have emergency release devices.
4.1.9 Make sure everyone in your home knows how to call 9-1-1 or your local emergency number from a cell phone or from a neighbor’s phone.
4.1.10 Make sure everyone in your home knows the sound and understands the warning of the smoke alarm and knows how to respond.
4.1.11 Have an outside meeting place (something permanent, like a tree, light pole, or mailbox) a safe distance in front of the home.
4.1.12 Make sure your house number can be seen day or night from the street.
4.1.13 Have a plan for everyone in your home who has a disability.

4.2   If There Is a Fire
4.2.1 When the smoke alarm sounds, get out and stay out. Go to the outside meeting place. Call 9-1-1.
4.2.2 If there is smoke blocking your door or first way out, use your second way out.
4.2.3 Smoke is poisonous. If you must escape through smoke, get low and go under the smoke to your way out.
4.2.4 Before opening a door, feel the doorknob and door. If either is hot, leave the door closed and use your second way out.
4.2.5 If there is smoke coming around the door, leave the door closed and use your second way out. 
4.2.6 If you open a door, open it in slow manner. Be ready to shut it if heavy smoke or fire is present.
4.2.7 If you can’t get out, close the door and cover vents and cracks around doors with cloth or tape to keep smoke out. Call 9-1-1or your fire department. Say where you are and signal for help at the window with a light-colored cloth or a flashlight.
4.2.8 If you can’t get to someone needing assistance, leave the home and call 9-1-1 or the fire department. Tell the emergency operator where the person is located.
4.2.9 If pets are trapped inside your home, tell fire fighters right away. Never re-enter a burning building.

4.3 Practicing the Home Fire Drill
4.3.1 Push the smoke alarm button to start the drill.
4.3.2 Practice what to do in case there is smoke. Get low and go. Get out fast.
4.3.3 Practice using different ways out.
4.3.4 Close doors behind you as you leave.
4.3.5 Get out and stay out. Never go back inside for people, pets, or things.
4.3.6 Go to your outside meeting place.
4.3.7 Practice your home fire escape drill twice a year with everyone in your home.
Practice at night and during the daytime. 
4.3.8 After you have practiced your home fire escape drill, evaluate it and discuss what worked and what needs to be improved. Improve it and practice again.
Close the Door!
Did You Know?
• A door is one of the best pieces of firefighting & lifesaving equipment.
• The simple act of closing the door reduces fire growth & spread, limits damage to your home, & could possibly save lives.
• If you have to leave a room that is on fire, closing the door behind you can be the best decision you make.
While the two most important things to remember in the event of a fire are to get out of the building and call 9-1-1, fire officials point out that simply closing doors behind you on your way out can help stop flames and smoke from spreading to other rooms. It also deprives a fire of oxygen, helping to slow it down and allowing occupants more time to escape.


Public Notices

  • Notice of PBA Meeting - 4/16/2024
    Wednesday, 17 April 2024

    This will serve as legal notice that the City of Sevierville Public Building Authority (PBA) has scheduled a meeting on Tuesday, April 16, 2024. The meeting will begin at 2:00 PM in the Administration conference room at the Sevierville City Hall, 120 Gary Wade Blvd, Sevierville, TN.

    The purpose of the meeting will be to consider a Change Order with Denark Construction, ROW...

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  • Notice of Public Hearing - O-2024-004 - Zoning Ordinance Amendment
    Tuesday, 12 March 2024

    This will serve as legal notice that a public hearing has been scheduled to receive any public comment on the matter of amending the Sevierville Zoning Ordinance, as proposed in O-2024-004, regarding Functional Road Classifications.


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  • Notice of 2024 Standard Meeting Times
    Thursday, 04 January 2024

    The Sevierville Board of Mayor and Aldermen hereby notifies all Citizens of the City of Sevierville, Tennessee that open and public meetings will be held for the year 2024 at the Sevierville Civic Center, 130 Gary Wade Blvd., Sevierville, Tennessee (unless otherwise noted) as follows:


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