A National Historic City -
CLICK HERE for information on WEATHER ALERT SYSTEMS available in the Norris
CLICK HERE for information on the
2014 Norris Watershed Deer Hunt.
CLICK HERE for the 2013 Norris Water Commission Water Quality Report.
CLICK HERE for information on the Tennessee Jamboree, live country music show and dancing at the Norris Community Building
The City of
Norris has been called a planned community, a model town, a garden city, and even a utopia. To its citizens, however, it is
a woodland home, an oasis in the busy world of the surrounding area.
The City of
Norris has all the necessary ingredients for comfortable living: a good city government and city services; tree lined streets
and sidewalks; a public library; the town center with its grocery, post office, service station, and restaurant; outstanding
schools; churches for many faiths; civic clubs; and nearby dental and medical services. The 2,400 acre Norris Municipal Watershed
offers numerous trails for hiking, horseback riding, and biking. The Clinch River offers great trout fishing, and nearby Norris
Lake offers a variety of fishing, boating and water sports activities.