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Sevierville, Tennessee, chartered in 1795 and named for Tennessee's first governor, John Sevier, is one of the oldest cities in TN. As the county seat for Sevier County, it is the center of business and government for a large area adjoining the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Sevierville is at the center of the intensive recreational, tourism, and home development enterprises of the truly amazing Smoky Mountains region in Tennessee. Millions of visitors drive through Sevierville every year on their way to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Dollywood, or any one of the other popular attractions in the area. It is served by US 441, TN-66, and US 321, all of which connect to I-40, making Sevierville the perfect location for travelers all over the Eastern United States.
Sevierville's claim to fame is being the birthplace and hometown of famous icon, Dolly Parton, whose statue resides at the foot of the Sevier County Courthouse.
Positioned in the valley and foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, Sevierville is near the sights of Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and located near Douglas Lake. Sevierville combines a historic neighborhood atmosphere and country living with state-of-the-art noncommercial communities in and around Sevierville.
Residents live in an area of astounding natural beauty and have access to a large variety of entertainment, shopping, and fun venues.
Sevier County School System provides K-12 public schools, and Sevierville has a branch of the Walters State Community College. Sevierville is conveniently located near the University of Tennessee, as well as other colleges and universities in Knoxville.
Sevierville has excellent health and medical facilities including the LeConte Medical Center. Public services are modern and up-to-date, including a state-of-the-art recycling center.
The cost of living is below average compared to the rest of the United States. The quality of life is one of the best = fun, safe, and secure with almost unlimited activities for your family to enjoy.
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