Welcome to Spring City — The Town of Spring City is rich in natural resources, scenic wonders, and southern hospitality. Located in Rhea County, in Eastern Tennessee, Spring City is home to Watts Bar Lake with over 780 miles of shoreline. As part of the Cumberland Plateau, Spring City also enjoys rolling hills for your hiking pleasure. Come see what we have to offer.


Trick or Treat will be observed on Saturday, October 29 5:00 PM – 8:30 PM.  All streets must be cleared of Trick or Treaters by 9:00 PM.  Both the Spring City First Baptist Church and the Spring City United Methodist Church will have planned activities starting at 5:00 pm.

For the safety of those who decide to trick or treat this year, the Spring City Police Department will be closing the below listed streets so that they can be open to pedestrian traffic (map). Residents who live on these streets will be the only people allowed to travel by motorized vehicle during these hours and will be directed by the Spring City Police Department.  Those that live in the effected area are asked to enter by using Lavender Street.

If you have any questions about this please call City Hall at 423-365-6441 or the Spring City Police Department at 423-365-6225.

West Jackson Ave. (Front Street to Hwy 68)
West Rhea Ave. (Front Street to the dead end at Hwy 68)
Neal Street
Church Street
Cash Street
Lavender Street
Pierce Street
Pocahontas Ave.
Short Street


Utility customers will be receiving a flyer in the mail soon from Water Leak Relief Company regarding a new service that the city will be offering.  Water Leak Relief is located in Crossville and offers customers insurance regarding any water leak they may have.  All customers will be automatically enrolled starting June 1, 2022.  However, if you should want to opt out of the service, you can contact the company by calling 1-855-426-7655 and letting them know.  This service takes the place of the city’s water leak adjustment policy and provides two claim allowances per 12 months, which is more than the city was able to offer with our water leak adjustment policy.  The flyer details the program as well as costs associated with it.  However, if you should have any additional questions, please contact Water Leak Relief and they can walk you through the process.  Below is a link to their website for your convenience.

Water Leak Relief website


For Federal, State, and Local information regarding the COVID-19 virus, follow the link at the top of the page.

Here are some additional resources –

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

World Health Organization (WHO)

Tennessee Department of Health