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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 emeregency 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

Pikeville Farmer's Market

Pikeville Farmer's Market

Come enjoy a stroll on Main Street, visit friends, and support local vendors. All of our vendors grow it, make it, or bake it from scratch, and bring it to you fresh from their nearby farm. The Pikeville Farmer’s Market operates seasonally each Saturday from April through September from 9am until 12pm – rain or shine!  

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Steppin' Out on Main Street

Steppin' Out on Main Street

Come on out and learn different types of dancing during our Steppin’ Out on Main Street event, Saturday, May 25, 2024, starting at 6pm.

This Saturday’s event will be featuring Line Dancing.

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City Offices Closed for Memorial Day

City Offices Closed for Memorial Day

All City of Pikeville offices and departments will be closed on Monday, May 27, 2024, in observance of the Memorial Day holiday, to remember and honor all U.S. military personnel who died while serving in the United States Armed Forces.  All business will resume on Tuesday, May 28th, during regular business hours.

Main Street Committee

Main Street Committee

The Pikeville Main Street Committee is looking for volunteers!  Anyone interested in volunteering their time to help with events and brainstorm on new events, is welcomed!  Meetings are held on the 2nd Monday of each month, 5pm, at the City Hall Building, 25 Municipal Drive, Pikeville.

New ideas are always welcome!

Main Street Restoration in Progress

Main Street Restoration in Progress

Over the next few weeks, the Main Street restoration project will continue as we work to enhance the beauty and functionality of the area.  We ask for your patience during this time. Your support and understanding are greatly appreciated as we work to make Main Street a more welcoming and sustainable environment.  Safety is our top priority, so please be cautious and aware of any construction areas as the restoration unfolds.

Public Hearing 06/10/24

Public Hearing 06/10/24

The Pikeville Board of Mayor and Aldermen will hold a Public Hearing on Monday, June 10, 2024, at the City Hall Building, at 25 Municipal Drive, Pikeville. This Public Hearing is to adopt the 2024-2025 City of Pikeville Budget. The Public Hearing will begin at 6:30 pm.

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PIKEVILLE EVENTS

Keep Up To Date With Our Community

 

 

May

25


Farmer’s Market

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Steppin’ Out
on Main Street

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May

27


Memorial Day
All City Offices
are Closed


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June

01


Trunk-n-Treasures

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Farmer’s Market

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Cruise-In

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June

06


Line Dancing

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June

08


Farmer’s Market

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Art on Main Street

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June

10


Municipal Court

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Main Street
Committee

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Board of Mayor
and Aldermen
Public Hearing

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Board of Mayor
and Aldermen
Meeting

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June

13


Line Dancing

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June

15


Farmer’s Market

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Movie Under
the Stars

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June

20


Line Dancing

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June

22


Farmer’s Market

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Steppin’ Out
on Main Street

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June

27


Line Dancing

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June

29


Farmer’s Market

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AWARENESS & APPRECIATION

Monthly Awareness

National Bike Safety Month

National Bike Safety Month

National Bicycle Safety Month is celebrated every year in May. During National Bicycle Safety Month, the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (N.H.T.S.A.) urges bicyclists and motorists to share the roadways by obeying the traffic laws and respecting each other’s rights. National Bicycle Safety Month was created to remind the public to put “safety first.” Whether you are a beginner, a regular biker, a day-tripper, or an athlete, cycling is good for you. It is a healthy, low-impact exercise that people of all ages can enjoy. It is also fun, cheap, and good for the environment.

National High Blood Pressure Education Month

National High Blood Pressure Education Month

National Blood Pressure Month in May provides awareness regarding hypertension. Many people don’t even know they have high blood pressure. Symptoms of hypertension often go unnoticed and if left uncontrolled the risk of heart problems such as stroke or heart attack increase. It’s important to know your numbers. When blood pressure is measured, the upper number (systolic pressure) measures the pressure in your arteries when your heart beats. The lower number (diastolic pressure) measures the pressure between heartbeats. For most people, a normal blood pressure is less than 120/80.

National Mental Health Month

National Mental Health Month

National Mental Health Awareness Month in May focuses on bringing tools, resources, and education to the general public.

Each year Mental Health America, National Alliance on Mental Illness, and other mental health organizations across the country organize events, webinars, and more to improve mental health access across the country.

National Military Appreciation Month

National Military Appreciation Month

National Military Appreciation Month in May is a month-long observance honoring the sacrifices of the United States Armed Forces.

Today, the United States Armed Forces is comprised of six branches including the Army, Navy, Airforce, Marines, Coast Guard, and Space Force. The U.S. military force is 2.2 million strong and includes National Guard and Reserve units.

National Physical Fitness & Sports Month

National Physical Fitness & Sports Month

National Physical Fitness and Sports Month is an initiative by the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports, and Nutrition. Fitness isn’t just for professional athletes. As doctors and nutritionists will tell you, any physical movement is good for you. Many people give up on their fitness goals early on due to misplaced notions of fitness. Exercise isn’t about the pounds you shed or the number of burpees you should be able to do. The key to an active, healthier lifestyle is consistency. No matter what you do, ensure you keep doing it, and while you’re at it, eat healthier, and make better choices each day. The simplest things are the hardest to do. But this is the key to leading a happy and healthy life.

National Skin Cancer Month

National Skin Cancer Month

Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States, and it’s also one of the most preventable. Wearing sun protection either in the form of clothing or broad-spectrum, water-resistant sunscreen and seeking shade when outdoors is the first line of defense. Knowing your moles is another line of defense and how to spot a change in your skin helps in early detection. Most skin cancers are highly treatable.