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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

Public Safety Telecommunicator Week ~ April 14-20

Public Safety Telecommunicator Week ~ April 14-20

Every year during the second week of April, the telecommunications personnel in the public safety community, are honored. National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week celebrates and thanks those who dedicate their lives to serving the public. It is a week that should be set aside so everyone can be made aware of their hard work and dedication.

“Thank a Dispatcher”

Main Street Restoration in Progress

Main Street Restoration in Progress

During the month of April, Main Street will be undergoing a little restoration.  Planter boxes will be placed to provide electrical outlets, a new filtration and watering systerm will be installed and new native plants will be planted.  Please be patient as this restoration unfolds. Your support and understanding are greately appreciated.  Safety is our top priority, so please be cautious around any construction areas.

Senior Class of 2024 Parade

Senior Class of 2024 Parade

Join Bledsoe County High School Class of 2024 during their celebratory parade from Bledsoe County High School to Main Street in downtown Pikeville on  Sunday, May 5, 2024, at 3pm.  Show your support by lining the route, making some noise and celebrating the Community’s graduating Class of 2024! 🎓

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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Rule The Road

Rule The Road

The Tennessee Highway Safety Office is offering a free driving program for ages 15-18. Learn those important driving skills on  Saturday, April 20, 2024, from 10am until 3pm in the parking lot of Abba’s House, 5208 Hixson Pike, Hixson, TN.  All drivers must hold a valid Driver’s License or a Leaner’s Permit with some driving experience, in order to participate.

Weather Siren Testing Schedule

Weather Siren Testing Schedule

Pikeville’s Weather Siren will be tested on the 15th of each month at 5pm, CST.  The siren will be activated for 15 seconds.  If our area is under unclement weather at that time, the testing will not take place until the following month.

Remember: The outdoor siren system is designed to alert people who are outdoors; it is not intended to alert persons inside homes, apartments, or office buildings.

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PIKEVILLE EVENTS

Keep Up To Date With Our Community

 

 

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Farmer’s Market

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Farmer’s Market

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Farmer’s Market

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Trunk-n-Treasures

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Farmer’s Market

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Cruise-In

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May

10


Nine Mile Bluegrass Festival

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May

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Trunk-n-Treasures

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Farmer’s Market

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Nine Mile Bluegrass Festival

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May

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Municipal Court

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Main Street Committee

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Board of Mayor and Aldermen Meeting

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May

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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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AWARENESS & APPRECIATION

Monthly Awareness

Alcohol Awareness Month

Alcohol Awareness Month

April is Alcohol Awareness Month, a time to raise awareness and understanding of alcohol abuse. More than 140,000 people per year die from alcohol misuse, making it one of the leading causes of preventable deaths.  Over time, excessive alcohol consumption can lead to the development of chronic diseases and other serious issues that affect your quality of life, physical and mental health.

Distracted Driver Awareness Month

Distracted Driver Awareness Month

Distracted driving has become a deadly epidemic on our roads. Cell phone use — specifically, texting, talking, and social media use — has become the most common distraction. Other risky actions include adjusting the radio or GPS, applying makeup, eating and drinking. By driving distracted, you’re robbing yourself of seconds that you may need to avoid a close call or deadly crash.

National Garden Month

National Garden Month

During National Garden Month in April, gather up your tools. You have permission to get dirty! The month-long observance brings gardeners, gardening groups, and those new to gardening together to share tips and offer support for a bountiful season! Like any other gardener, you’ve spent the last few months paging through catalogs dreaming and planning the next big adventure. The time has come. Whether you dream in color, spice or flavor, the all-important pleasure is getting to place those seeds or plants in the ground and nurture them along their way.

National Humor Month

National Humor Month

Humor plays an essential role in our overall health. The ability to smile, laugh, and play is directly related to the way we express our personalities. It’s one of our more redeeming qualities. The more we laugh at ourselves, the better suited we are for the world around us, too! Jokes and general silliness help to increase our heart rate and blood flow bringing oxygen to our brain and vital organs. A sparkle dances in our eyes as hormones flood our bodies reducing pain and stress.

National Donate Life Month

National Donate Life Month

National Donate Life Awareness Month in April recognizes the impact of organ donation. The month is dedicated not only to improving support to those desperately waiting for life-saving donations but honors those who agreed to be donors. Organ donation takes many forms, and there are teams of people involved to make donation happen. A single donation requires a coordinated effort from family members supporting both donors and recipients to a broad network of advocates and medical professionals and specialists.

National Parkinson's Awareness Month

National Parkinson's Awareness Month

National Parkinson’s Awareness Month in April encourages us to participate in one or more events near you supporting further research bringing us closer to a cure. Parkinson’s is a neurodegenerative disorder. Over time, this slowly progressing condition causes tremors, gait and balance issues, limb stiffness or rigidity, and a slow muscle movement. While each person responds differently to the disease, complications often become serious.