Church Hill, incorporated in 1958, is the largest of the five incorporated towns of Hawkins County. The city is named for the First United Methodist Church, or the “church on the hill”, which overlooks the downtown area.
Today, the city of Church Hill is home to a fast-growing population and is governed by a Board of Mayor and Aldermen.
|Church Hill City Hall
300 East Main Blvd., P.O. Box 366
(423) 357-6161 Phone
(423) 357-8559 fax
|Church Hill Public Safety
300 East Main Blvd.,
(423) 357-7181 – Non-emergencies
(423) 357-3487 – business
|Board of Mayor and Alderman
Meets on the third Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m.
All meetings are held in the upper level of city hall,
in the courtroom, unless noted.
|Church Hill Planning Commission
First Monday of each month at 7 p.m.
|Hawkins County Court Clerk
Church Hill Branch, 300 E. Main Blvd.
(423) 357-3361 phone
|Church Hill City Court
Third Wednesday at 8 a.m.
Meets on the Third Thursday
|Hawkins County Court- Church Hill
300 E. Main Blvd
|General Sessions Court
Meets on the First and Third Tuesday
|Hawkins County Gas Utility
202 Park Boulevard
Rogersville, TN 37857
|Holston Electric Co-op
219 South Central Ave
(423) 357-6441 phone
|First Utility District (water)
219 West Main Blvd.
(423) 246-3121 phon
|Charter Communications (cable)
Jack White Drive, Kingsport 37660
(423) 247-2183 phone
Laurel Run Park
Incorporated in: 1958, Population: 6,676, Elevation: 1,249 feet
Church Hill Elementary, Carters Valley Elementary, Church Hill Middle, Volunteer High School,: www.hck12.net
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