Sullivan County Documents

Welcome to our online documents page for Sullivan County Tennessee.

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   Financial Documents
   ADA Documents
   Planning and Codes
   Purchasing Documents
   Court Forms For Attorneys
   Court Forms For Bondsman
   Court Forms for General Public
   EMA Documents
   Staff
   Public Forms
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Accounts and Budgets

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Living in an incorporated city, why do I pay county taxes?

Most basic services such as your courts, schools, corrections, etc are funded in whole or in part by the county even if you live in the city.

2. Where do I find a copy of the Official County Budget

Under Accounts & Budgets on this site or main county library

3. Which department spends the most funds within the general fund?

Sheriff, Jail, Workhouse exceed $16M

4. How is the local Health Department Funded? Primarily by State and Federal?

Grants with local tax money

County Mayor

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Where do I get a copy of the Commission Agenda?

Routinely on this site or the County Mayor’s office.

2. How do I get a meeting with the County Mayor?

Call the County Mayor’s office to schedule an appointment.

County Buildings

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Who is responsible for maintenance of county buildings?

Director of schools for all school facilities, Sheriff for the jail and County Mayor for other county buildings

2. Who is responsible for the lawn care at the courthouse?

Community Service program

3. If I see a problem with a county building who do I call?

Cindy Stewart at (423) 323-6405 or if after hours call (423) 341-6207

Sullivan County Courthouse

3411 Hwy 126

Blountville, TN 37617

 

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