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New Customer Portal

We are excited to share our new customer and member portal. We hope that you will enjoy the new site with enhanced capabilities and a user friendly interface. Click image for link.

Tree Forever Program

The Sevierville Parks and Recreation Department offers you three ways to honor loved ones by placement of trees on public grounds in the City of Sevierville. Search for your loved one with our interactive map.

Aerobics Class

Stay fit with fun, group classes designed to tone and burn calories.

Report an Issue

Send email to report a problem to the City of Sevierville here

Report an issue or make a service request.

Aerobics Classes

Check out our May  and June aerobics schedules here.

Check out our July aerobics schedule. Register Online.

Bowling Center

Check out all our Bowling Center has to offer here Check out all our Bowling Center has to offer.

Tree Forever Program

Honor or remember a loved one with our unique Memorial Tree Program here. Honor or remember a loved one with our unique Tree Forever Program.

Welcome to Sevierville Parks & Recreation

Established in 1974; the City of Sevierville Department of Parks and Recreation has been the winners of numerous parks and recreation awards from the State of Tennessee. The department manages the Sevierville Community Center, the Sevierville Civic Center, Family Aquatics Center. numerous city parks, public properties, rights of way mediums and streetscapes in downtown Sevierville. The department is also responsible for management and maintenance of the city’s Greenway System, its Urban Forestry/Tree City USA program, Welcome Signs, maintaining the city's Winterfest lighting program and provides mowing and landscaping for most City facilities. The department maintains approximately 175 acres of public property across the entire city. The staff also provides numerous recreation programs for all age’s year around. In 2018; a twelve-year Master Plan was approved; which resulted in the establishment of a Parks and Recreation Foundation with the goal of expanding both facilities and programs moving forward utilizing both private and public funding sources.

 Updates on Major Projects and Activities FY2023



Application & Guidelines for Eligibility for Historic Landmark Sign

Sevierville significant properties tell important stories that have meaning for all Sevierville Residents, regardless of where they live. 

A Sevierville significant property/area may: 

  • Be the location of an event that had a significant impact on Sevierville history overall. 
  • Be the property most strongly associated with a Sevierville significant figure in Sevier County and or Tennessee history.
  • Provide an outstanding illustration of a broad theme or trend in Sevierville’s history overall. 
  • Be an outstanding example of an architectural style or significant development in engineering. 
  • Be part of a group collective properties that together form a historic district. 
  • Be a property that can provide nationally significant archeological information. 
  • To be eligible for a Historic Landmark Sign; a Structure/Building or an Event must have beenbuilt or an event continued for a minimum of 50 years. 

Please be advised there is limited available space in the original Downtown Streetscapes area where signs may be place. If you are considering applying for a Historic Landmark Sign in the Streetscapes area, please refer to the map attached in the application.

  pdf Application Form (2.20 MB)

Parks & Recreation Master Plan

The Sevierville Parks & Recreation Department has recently completed a 2018-2030 Master Plan.

  pdf Master Plan (24.09 MB)

Code of Conduct

The following Code of Conduct shall apply to the City of Sevierville Municipal Complex, City Park, Walking Trails and /or Greenways, and any and all other grounds and facilities under the operation and control of the City of Sevierville.

  pdf Printable Code of Conduct (241 KB)

  pdf Code of Conduct Ordinance (79 KB)

Read more: Code of Conduct

Sevierville's PetSafe Unleashed Dog Park

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  pdf Unleashed Dog Park Brochure (5.25 MB)

At the grand opening of Sevierville's  Unleashed PetSafe Dog Park, Mayor Bryan Atchley declared May 13 "PetSafe Day in Sevierville" as dozens of residents attended to get a first look at the new park.
The dog park will be open Dawn to Dusk daily.

The facility offers separate large and small dog areas, dog agility equipment, water, shade, observation cameras, Wi-Fi connectivity, benches and a designated parking/handicapped parking area. All pets must be vaccinated as required by City and State laws.

Read more: Sevierville's PetSafe...

Parks & Recreation Committees

Two committees act as advisors to the Parks and Recreation Department. The Sevierville Parks and Recreation Services Advisory Board and the Sevierville Parks and Recreation Foundation committees are made up of citizen members appointed by the Board of Mayor and Aldermen.

Read more: Parks & Recreation Committees

Discover Sevierville's Best Kept Secret!

Burchfiel Grove and Arboretum is a Dog Friendly Trail in the Smokies! Learn more here.

Monthly Reports

Department Monthly Reports are presented to the Board of Mayor & Aldermen.

Read more: Monthly Reports


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.

Contact Us

Bob Parker, Director

120 Gary Wade Blvd.
Sevierville, TN 37862
Phone: 865.453.5441

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