Welcome to Roane County, Tennessee
Welcome to Roane County, TN

Roane County is home to the nation’s leading research lab, the Oak Ridge National Lab. Forty-three miles of the Tennessee River is available for a boat load of fishing and water sports. We are nestled in the Tennessee Valley between the Great Smoky Mountains to the east and the Cumberland Plateau to the West. Today, Roane County offers a diverse population from around the nation due to our retirement and research community. Discover how the best of Tennessee all comes together in Roane County.

A Message From The County Executive

Roane Co. County Executive – Wade Creswell

A combination of natural beauty and world leading science and energy innovation makes Roane County an exceptional place in the world. Neighboring the population center of Knox County while tucked against the Cumberland Plateau, Roane County offers wide options for residents, visitors, and businesses.

Thank you for visiting our website. As you learn more about how our government serves our people, we hope you understand what we always have- there is no place like Roane.

Welcome to Roane County!

Roane County Courthouse - Capitol For A Day

Capital For A Day

Knows as the “Capital for a Day” the Roane County Historic Courthouse is one of only seven remaining antebellum courthouses in the state and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. On September 21, 1807, Kingston was Tennessee’s capital for one day when the Tennessee General Assembly met to fulfill a treaty obligation made with the Cherokee Indians.

About Roane County
Roane County Courthouse

Serving the Citizens of Roane County

Roane County Government takes pride in serving the incredible citizens of Roane County, Tennessee.  The Courthouse is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 AM until 4:30 PM.  If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us or stop by.  We are always here for you, and it is our honor to serve you.

Department Directory

Information Corner

Welcome to Roane County!

 

PUBLIC NOTICE
PUBLIC NOTICE
2023 Resolutions
Pay Property Tax
Roane Treasure’s Ceremonies
COVID 19- Pandemic
American Rescue Plan
FMLA Request Form
Employee Handbook
Worker’s Compensation
EDA Application Packet
Public Record Policy
American Rescue Plan Update 2022

County Meetings

Calendar Of Events
2022 Holiday Calendar

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National Public Lands Day is Saturday, September 24th. This day celebrates and promotes awareness of the connection between people and the public lands they enjoy. It is a chance to make a difference and volunteer on projects that make our public lands a better place to play and ensure that they are maintained for future generations. If you or your organization has anything planned for this day, share in the comments so that others may join in to help you make a difference in our community. ... See MoreSee Less

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