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Friendsville

(865) 995-2831

The City of Friendsville is located approximately eight miles from Maryville and is surrounded, in part, by Gallahar Creek. Northwerst of town lies the Fort Loudon Dam whose backwaters create an ideal area for fishing, swimming, boating, skiing and hunting.

 

Friendsville offers a quiet suburb lifestyle with a genuine hometown feel, however, the conveniences of big city life are well within reach as US Highway 321 run through town making access to two major interstates and the cities of Knoxville and Maryville quite convenient.

Population

1960 606
1970 575
1980 694
1990 800
2000 898
2010 913

Contacts

Andy Lawhorn, Mayor, 865-995-2831
Mike Bailey, Vice Mayor
Jonathan Newberry, Commissioner
Mike Jeffries, Commissioner
Shane Rogers, Commissioner 

City Operations

City Operations
Current Operating Budget
City $501,957
Streets $107,600
Water Works $724,680
Fire Protection
Insurance Rating 7
Number of Stations 1
Property Tax
City None
County $2.47/$100
Community Facilities
Commercial Airport 17 miles
Cable TV Service 1
Newspapers (local) 2
Hospitals 16 miles
Telephone Service BellSouth
Electrical Service Fort Loudon Electric Cooperative
Water Service Friendsville Waterworks via South Blount Utility and TASS (Tellico Area Services System)
Sewer Service None
Zoning Yes

 

Education

Friendsville children attend Blount County Schools. A private school is also located in Friendsville, Foothills Christian Academy.