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Welcome to the City of Pikeville, Tennessee

We Are Southern Hospitality at its Best!!

We hope that while you visit, you indulge in our small-town charm. 

Friendly, quaint, engaging and delightful are just a few ways to describe our little town.

We look forward to seeing you in Pikeville.

Our Home is your Home and we hope you will stay awhile.

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The mission of the City of Pikeville is to ensure that small town values are cherished, and community pride runs deep, where elected officials and public servants serve the community with respect, dignity, honesty, and integrity.  Where emergency services and public works are maintained at a high level, ensuring a safe and secure place to live and do business.

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PIKEVILLE NEWS

Updates, Announcements & Highlighted Events

Utility Account Information Update Requested

Utility Account Information Update Requested

The City of Pikeville Utilities Dept. is in the process of updating customer information and needs your help.  Please take a few minutes to make sure we have your current contact information. Updating your contact information gives our staff the ability to contact you in a timely manner. You can use the Update Customer Form, or stop by the City Hall Building, at 25 Municipal Drive, to update your information.

City Receives Funds from AARP

City Receives Funds from AARP

Pikeville has been chosen to receive a 2024 AARP Community Challenge grant from AARP Livable Communities and AARP Tennessee!  The funding will go towards the development of a ‘Trail of Tears’ mural on the wall next to the Main Street Stage, near the exisiting ‘Welcome to Pikeville’ mural. Stay tuned as this one-of-a-kind mural begins its transformation into a beautiful work of art.

Barnyard Boogie @ the Bledsoe Co. Fair

Barnyard Boogie @ the Bledsoe Co. Fair

Get ready for 2-weeks of fun at the Bledsoe County Fair. July 20th to August 3rd, there is a packed schedule of events for the whole family to enjoy. From Pageants, Horse Shows, Livestock Shows, Pet Shows, to Corn Hole Tournaments, Eating Contests, Live Music, and the highlight of the fair – the Rodeo!

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Blood Drive

Blood Drive

Join us at Bankwalker Brewery on Tuesday, July 23rd from 10am to 3pm for a Blood Drive. Your donation could save a life!  This is a great opportunity to give back to those in need and make a positive impact on the community. Not only will you be helping those who are in need of blood, but you will also be supporting our local business that is dedicated to giving back to the community.

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Give A Child A Chance Day

Give A Child A Chance Day

Come out on Friday, July 26th to Bledsoe County High School for “Give A Child A Chance Day”!  From 9am until 12 noon, BCHS will be providing free haircuts, supplies, and clothing to children in need.  Let’s come together as a community to support our youth and give them the tools they need to succeed!

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Community Joining Hands

Community Joining Hands

The Pikeville Police Dept. will be holding it’s ‘Community Joining Hands’ Meeting on Monday, August 12, 2024, at 6:30pm, in the City Hall Banquet Room. An overview of the statistics for the last quarter will be provided, highlighting any trends or areas of concern. Also, there will be a focus on ‘Internet Crimes Against Children’, with discussions on prevention and community awareness. Together, the community and the Police Dept. can work towards a safer and more informed environment for all residents.

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PIKEVILLE EVENTS

Keep Up To Date With Our Community

 

 

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Farmer’s Market

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Spectacular & Fairest of the Fair Pageants

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Movie Under the Stars

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Line Dancing

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Give A Child A Chance Day

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Parker Holland Horse Show

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Farmer’s Market

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Steppin’ Out on Main Street

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Bledsoe County Fair – Fair Exhibits

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Bledsoe County Fair – Fair Exhibits Judging

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Bledsoe County Fair

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Bledsoe County Fair

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127 Yard Sale

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Bledsoe County Fair

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127 Yard Sale

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Bledsoe County Fair

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127 Yard Sale

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Trunk-n-Treasures

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 Farmer’s Market

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Bledsoe County Fair

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Cruise-In

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127 Yard Sale

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 Farmer’s Market

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Art on Main Street

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Municipal Court

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Main Street Committee Meeting

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Board of Mayor & Aldermen Meeting

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Community Joining Hands Meeting

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Farmer’s Market

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Movie Under the Stars

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Farmer’s Market

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Steppin’ Out on Main Street

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Farmer’s Market

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AWARENESS & APPRECIATION

Monthly Awareness

National Grilling Month

National Grilling Month

The National Grilling Month, which falls in July, is an invitation to eat delicious foods made on the grill. Yes, it’s already hot, and we are telling you to stand near a source of heat to prepare food. But if you can’t beat it, you can strive to make it better, and food makes any situation better. Invite your family and friends for a day out. Plan fun games and play some music as you fire up the grill. While you’re at it, you can try new recipes as you enjoy the outdoors. Grilling is actually so fun and convenient that it was invented soon after the domestication of fire, and this was some 500,000 years ago.

National Park & Recreation Month

National Park & Recreation Month

Since 1985, people in the US have celebrated Park & Recreation Month in July to promote building strong, vibrant and resilient communities through the power of parks and recreation and to recognize the full-time park and recreation professionals, and hundreds of thousands of part-time and seasonal workers and volunteers, that maintain our country’s local, state and community parks.   The services that park and recreation professionals provide are vital for our communities — from protecting open spaces and natural resources to helping fight obesity and providing activities and resources for all people. Park and Recreation Month encourages everyone to reflect on the exponential value park and recreation professionals and services bring to communities.

National Picnic Month

National Picnic Month

July is an excellent time for National Picnic Month. The fresh air stirs the appetite, and garden vegetables and fruits make outdoor eating easier. The word picnic is derived from the French word piquenique. Picnics hearken back to mid-18th-century al fresco French dining. A bottle of wine, a loaf of bread, some cheese and fruit made for an instant meal under the sky. Whether we pack meals for tailgating at sporting events, an afternoon get-away or a weekend of camping, picnics provide an excellent way to enjoy the company of friends and family away from home.

Plastic Free July 2024

Plastic Free July 2024

Plastic Free July is a global movement that helps millions of people be part of the solution to plastic pollution so we can have cleaner streets, oceans, and beautiful communities. Plastic Free July provides resources and ideas to help you (and millions of others around the world) reduce single-use plastic waste everyday at home, work, school, and even at your local cafes. Will you be part of Plastic Free July by choosing to refuse single-use plastics?

Sarcoma Awareness Month

Sarcoma Awareness Month

Are you ready to make a difference in finding a cure for sarcoma? Every July, the sarcoma community comes together to acknowledge Sarcoma Awareness Month and pay tribute to those affected by sarcoma, and to advocate for the needs of those living with sarcoma. From Wear Yellow Day on July 10 to a National Virtual Race to Cure Sarcoma on July 20, SFA has something for everyone to get involved in moving our cause forward. We hope you will join us and make this Sarcoma Awareness Month one to remember!

UV Safety Awareness Month

UV Safety Awareness Month

In July, we raise awareness that ultraviolet (UV) radiation is the root cause of most skin cancers and encourage the public to take precautions. The American Academy of Dermatology recommends that the public #PracticeSafeSun the year-round by following three simple steps while outdoors: 1) Seek shade when appropriate, 2) Wear sun-protective clothing, and 3) Apply a broad-spectrum, water-resistant sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher.

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