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Seymour, TN Contractors

As part of the Knoxville metropolitan area, Seymour, Tennessee, offers an exceptional quality of life. Centrally located between Sevierville and Knoxville, Seymour is close to both big city amenities and the untamed wilderness of the great Smokey Mountains. The area is home to retirees, families and active adults who are drawn to its affordable housing, moderate climate and abundant recreational and cultural activities.


In 1783, Samuel Newell established a frontier station at a site that would eventually become the town of Seymour. Throughout the 1780’s, early settlers used the two branches of the Great Indian War Path as a primary migratory route. The Dumplin Treaty of 1785 helped open the southern area of Sevierville County for additional settlement.

As the area continued to grow, the first court of Sevier County was held at Newell's Station on Boyds Creek in 1785. Industry in the region flourished prior to the civil war and included pottery, mills and the bloomer forge at Pigeon Forge. From the 1870s through the 1920s, flatboat transportation from Sevierville to the French Broad River helped sustain a robust local economy.

Logging in the Great Smoky Mountains flourished from 1900 to 1930. The completion of the Knoxville, Sevierville and Eastern Railroad (KS&E) enhanced commerce, and the local community station was named "Seymour" in honor of the railroad's chief engineer.

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park was established in 1930, and when Highway 441 was completed in the 1950s, greater Sevierville County began to develop a thriving tourism industry.


Since Seymour is less than 30 minutes from Knoxville, residents and visitors can enjoy an abundance of cultural, recreational and sporting activities.

  • Seymour Christmas Parade: Every December the Seymour Volunteer Fire Department sponsors a Christmas parade to benefit needy families in the Seymour area. The parade includes floats, vehicles, motorcycles and walkers, and candy is freely distributed along the parade route.
  • Dollywood: No trip to Seymour is complete without visiting Dollywood in nearby Pigeon Forge. As a world-class entertainment venue and theme park, Dollywood offers unique exhibits that display the area's rich cultural history. Great music, exciting theme park rides and performance art make Dollywood an exciting adventure for the whole family.
  • Tennessee Museum of Aviation: The 35,000 square foot museum in Sevierville houses a variety of historical aircraft, most of which are airworthy. The runway of the Gatlinburg Pigeon Forge Airport is directly outside the hanger door, and visitors can regularly enjoy in-flight demonstrations.


Seymour's demographics are similar to other cities in the Knoxville metropolitan area. The town provides a relaxed, clean and safe environment that is suitable for virtually every lifestyle.

  • Population: 10,919 as of 2010
  • Estimated Household Income: $45,629 as of 2009
  • Median Home Value: $157,063 as of 2009
  • Cost of Living Index: 85.9 (U.S. average is 100)
  • High School Degree: 81.6 percent
  • Unemployment: 7.9 percent as of 2012
  • Industries: Construction, manufacturing and retail
  • Crime: The Total Crime Index for Seymour is 52. This is substantially below the national average of 100.


Seymour is part of the Sevier County School district, which includes 24 SACS accredited schools with a population of 13,505 students. Seymour proper is served by four local schools including:

  • The Seymour Primary School: Grades K-2
  • The Seymour Intermediate School: Grades 3-5
  • The Seymour Middle School: Grades 6-8
  • The Seymour High School: Grades 9-12

The academic ratings of all the Seymour schools exceed the national mean average. Every school is in good standing, and attendance is exceptional. The high school drop out rate is very low, and there are limited suspensions and virtually no expulsions.

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