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Monthly Archive

July 2020

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find a total of 6 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
This Archive can only display files from articles created since this site began in August, 2010.
Boards & Commissions
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Sevierville Commons Association

The mission of the Sevierville Commons Association is to provide an enjoyable Downtown experience for residents, visitors, business owners, the city and county while recognizing, preserving, and enhan... read more..

Boards & Commissions
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Solid Waste Board

This board consists of representatives from the county and each city within the county. Their purpose is to discuss the solid waste needs of the county. Meeting Schedule: 3rd Wednesday of each month. ... read more..

Uncategorised
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Practicing Good Hygiene and Keeping Everyone Safe!

As we are now open for business and as we are preparing to host many wonderful events, we wanted to also take a moment to share the Sevierville Convention Center safety measures and guidelines. The p... read more..

Important City News
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Sevier County Officials Require Face Coverings in Public

Updated 09-03-20. Sevier County Mayor Larry Waters extended the face coverings order through 09-30-20 by issuing Executive Order 34. Visit seviercountytn.gov to view the executive order. Please note... read more..

Important City News
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Tennessee Governor Lee Issues Executive Order 54

Posted 07-03-20. Today, Governor Lee issued Executive Order 54, which grants certain county mayors, including Sevier County’s, the authority to issue COVID-19 mask requirements. City and county leade... read more..

Important City News
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A Message To Our Visitors

Posted 07-03-20. Thank you for visiting our city and area. While you are here, we ask that you visit our community responsibly to help protect our residents and employees during the COVID-19 pandemic... read more..

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Accessibility

The Parks and Recreation Department will make every effort to accommodate anyone desiring access to any facility including ADA Approved Listening Devices. For accessability assistance, please call 865-453-5441.

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