If you lost your home in the recent Sevier County wildfires, use this information for how to get started with rebuilding your home.
The city of Gatlinburg and Sevier County passed resolutions requiring debris be removed from affected private properties. In the city of Gatlinburg, debris must be removed by September 31, 2017. In Sevier County, debris must be removed by December 31, 2017.
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 a permit:
Any Structural walls (includes retaining walls) that remain must be evaluated by a Tennessee licensed engineer. This report shall be submitted to the Building Inspection office for approval prior to a final inspection of site will be approved.
There will be no fee charged for this permit.
Click Here to download our PDF application or call 865-774-7120 for more information.
Those wanting to rebuild in Gatlinburg:
ASP provides new homes to families who have lost their home in a natural disaster on a limited basis to qualified applicants. Eligible applicants meet the following criteria:
If you believe you or your family may be eligible for a new home from ASP, please complete the attached application packet and attach the supporting documents (links seen below). Your application will not be considered complete until ALL of the required documents have been received.
Please scan and email your completed application to email@example.com or mail documents to:
Appalachia Service Project 4523 Bristol Highway Johnson City, TN 37601
After submission, please allow 2-3 weeks for ASP staff to process your application and contact you with details about the program. If you have any questions about your eligibility or ASP’s long-term recovery program, please call 423-854-8800 for assistance.