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Junk Pick Up Schedule

Search your address on our new web application to view your junk/bulk rubbish pick up schedule.

Department of Public Works

The Public Works Department is responsible for engineering, commercial and residential garbage collection, street cleaning, snow removal, street paving, traffic control (signals, signage, markings, etc.), maintenance and repair of City vehicles, maintenance and upkeep of all city buildings, and cleanup and mowing of right-of-ways.

Waste Collection Calendar

During this time of uncertainty, Sevier Solid Waste Inc wants to make sure residents have access to the latest information.

Ever wonder when your trash pickup is or where to dispose of that mattress, brush, or cardboard? Sevier county residents can stay up to date and receive reminders on trash collection information and use the Waste Wizard tool listed below to look up where to take any item they want to recycle or dispose of properly. We’ve got you covered!

*Also, residents can use the tool by downloading our app, suitable for Androids and iPhones.*

Sevierville SR 66/US 441 Parkway Survey

The City of Sevierville has identified the SR 66/US 441 corridor for the implementation of smart and sustainable growth strategies as well as enhancements to pedestrian and multimodal opportunities, access, and safety improvements. To support these efforts, the City of Sevierville has been awarded a TDOT Community Transportation Planning Grant.
Development of the SR 66/US 441 Corridor Plan will provide guidance and recommendations related to the efficiency and reliability of existing infrastructure, safety, opportunities for pedestrians and other nonmotorized travelers, and coordinated land use opportunities. Additional goals include coordination with existing transit and future greenways and multimodal routes near the corridor.
The study area consists of SR 66 and US 441 and adjoining properties, beginning at the SR 66/SR 448 junction north of downtown Sevierville and extending southward to Apple Valley Road.
The City of Sevierville, in conjunction with design firm WSP, will be seeking public comment through an online mapping application for this segment of the corridor. Anyone and everyone is encouraged to express their opinions, comments, and concerns through the link to the interactive mapping application:
For information on how to use the map, see the About & Help in the upper left corner of the map.
Comments will be taken into consideration when presenting the final plan for approval and adoption.

Work in the R-O-W Permit

Pursuant to the pdf City of Sevierville Municipal Code Title 16, Chapter 4 (763 KB) , utility providers and other companies wishing to perform work in public rights-of-way within the City of Sevierville must obtain a Construction within Right-of-Way Permit from the Public Works Department.  This process begins by obtaining an pdf application for the permit (236 KB) . You may also fill out a Construction within ROW Permit Application online if you would prefer.

Payment can be made in person at Sevierville City Hall, 120 Gary Wade Blvd, Sevierville, TN.  The City can also set up an invoice process for companies and submit invoices by email. 

Once payment has been received, the Public Works Department will process the application and issue the permit.

Any work being performed on Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) Right-of-Way also requires a permit from TDOT.  For more information on TDOT permitting, please contact Royce Fout, Phone 865-594-2685 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.