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  Common Legal Problems Faced by Disaster Survivors-ENGLISH
  Common Legal Problems Faced by Disaster Survivors-SPANISH

  Sevier Advice Clinic 3-27-17 English
  Sevier Advice Clinic 3-27-17 Spanish

  FEMA Approves PPDR Funding for Sevier County, Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge

  Nearly $10 Million in Federal Disaster Aid Approved for Sevier County Wildfires

  Looking for Employment? FEMA is Hiring

  Sevier County Wildfire Survivors Who Need More Rental Help Should Contact FEMA

  FEMA Grants Will Not Affect Social Security or Other Federal Benefits

  Got Questions? A New Address? Stay in Touch via FEMA Hotline.

Sevier County Wildfire Survivors Reminded to Use Disaster Grants for Intended Purpose

  FEMA/SBA Registration Center Opens in Gatlinburg for Survivors in Sevier County Wildfires  More Information

Sevier County Residents Urged To Register For Disaster Assistance  Learn More

Aid Available to Repair or Replace Vehicles Damaged by Wildfires  Learn More

  Sevier County is issuing Demolition permits to monitor the clean-up efforts of the fire damaged/destroyed structures. These permits will be issued through our Building Inspections department. The following information will be required for permit:  Demolition permit

  Sevier County Debris Removal Update  Download     
      Contractor Information  Download

  Visit the Building Inspections page for more Permit Information

  Sevier County, City of Gatlinburg, Tennessee Emergency Management Agency Joint News Release.  Resource information for City/County property reentry

  Sevier County Structure Status map is being updated as data is processed. Visit the link for current information on the status of the areas affected. Check for updates as data is continuously being processed. Click here for the map

   www.mountaintough.org.  This website will serve as a one-stop-shop for information related to the recent wildfires in Sevier County.

All Sevier County wildfire recovery-related calls should go to East Tennessee 2-1-1.   Local residents can dial 2-1-1 toll free, and concerned citizens outside the local area can dial 865-215-4211.  The call center will operate Monday through Friday between the hours of 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. EST.

The www.mountaintough.org website and 2-1-1 can provide current and accurate information.

Click here for our GIS web mapping application.

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