Water Quality Report 2021


PUBLIC NOTICE

The City of Rocky Top will be accepting applications for a Police Officer_Rocky Top Successful Applicants will be required to pass a background check, physical, psychological, and drug/alcohol test prior to final consideration for the position. Applicants must be minimum age of 21 years old. This is a full-time position with a pay range for Certified Officers, preferably with 5+ years of relevant law enforcement experience.

Applications and complete job description may be picked up at City Hall during normal business hours or download from the City website www.rockytoptn.org. Applications and resumes must be returned to City Hall 195 S Main Street, Rocky Top, TN 37769 or emailed to kbates@rockytoptn.org and will be accepted until the position is filled.

The City of Rock Top is a Drug Free Workplace and an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate with regard to race, color, sex, age, disability or national origin.


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The City of Rocky Top was officially been recognized as a Tree City USA city on March 1, 2019.


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The City of Rocky Top is located on Interstate 75 in Anderson and Campbell County in beautiful East Tennessee. Rocky Top is twenty miles north of Downtown Knoxville and offers access to the beautiful Norris Lake, Norris Dam State Park and WindRock Park, which is the largest off-road recreation area in the country. Did you know that you can ride all-terrain vehicles(ATVs) on certain roads in Rocky Top? Rocky Top is the only place in Tennessee where people can ride ATVs on the roads year around and have direct access to WindRock Park Trails.

The town was originally known as Coal Creek, which is the name of the stream that runs through the middle of the city. Coal Creek and the nearby town of Briceville were the site of a major lockout of coal miners in 1891, which resulted in the town of Coal Creek being occupied by the state militia for over a year after miners attempted to force an end to the use of unpaid convict labor in the mines. This labor struggle, known as the Coal Creek War, was eventually resolved in the coal miners’ favor with the abolition of Tennessee’s convict labor program. You can visit the Coal Creek Miners Museum here in Rocky Top to learn more about the history of the Coal Creek War.

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