CITY OF ELIZABETHTON
Mayor: Curt Alexander
Mayor Pro-term: William E. "Bill" Carter
Robert W. "Bob" Cable Jr.
D. Richard Tester
City Judge: T.J. Little, Jr.
City Manager: Jerome Kitchens
Director of Finance/City Clerk: Deborah B. Kessler
City Attorney: Roger G. Day
Assistant City Attorney: Charlton R. Devault
County Mayor: Leon Humphrey
Sheriff: Dexter Lunceford
Circuit Court Clerk: Johnny Blakenship, Patty Woodby
Clerk & Master: Melissa Moreland, John Rambo
County Clerk: Mary Gouge
Register of Deeds: Edrie "Jody" Bristol
Assessor of Property
Ronnie B. Taylor
Director of Schools
Dr. Kevin Ward
Planning and Zoning Director
Administrator of Elections
Director of Emergency Management
Manager of Solid Waste
Benjamin (Benny) Lyons
Director of Carter County Emergency Rescue Squad
Highway Dept. Superintendent
1st District - Hunter, Midway, and Unaka communities
2nd District - Hampton, Roan Mountain, and Tiger Valley
Nancy J. Brown
3rd District - Central, Keenburg, and Range
Charles Von Cannon
4th District - Courthouse, Eastside, and Siam Communities
L. C. Tester
5th District - Happy Valley
Bobbie S. Gouge
6th District - Hampton, Little Milligan, Elk Mills, Valley Forge
John G. Lewis
Larry Doc Miller
7th District - Gap Creek
8th District - Elizabethton High School, Harold McCormick
Robert L. Gobble
A Three-Star Community by the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development since 1988 "Communities that receive the Three-Star Award have demonstrated the highest levels of economic performance. They continue to experience success with more new projects, expansions, jobs and capital investments. These Three-Star Communities are truly the best of the best.
Tennessee Municipal League's Excellence in Governing Award for 2004
The city of Elizabethton maintains a government information channel 16 for citizens served by the Charter Communications telecommunications provider.
The channel set-up includes enhancements of weather conditions, announcements pertaining to property tax notices, city government meetings and community events as well as meetings of city agencies. The weather display could coincide with school closing and city street condition announcements during snow events.
For more information about the channel and how to post local events call the city manager's office at 542-1507.