The Town of Pisgah is located on the brow of Sand Mountain in Jackson County and overlooks the Tennessee Valley below. The actual town limits of Pisgah cover only 4.8 square miles, but the service area is much larger. Using the 2010 official census numbers, Pisgah’s population is 722, with a population density of 150.4 individuals per square mile. Pisgah is known for its natural beauty, its large and varied wildlife, its deep commitment to education, and its strong sense of community.
Business applications are due by March 1st. You may download the form here.
The Town Hall has re-located back to the original Town Hall Building. We no longer have a drive-thru window service, but have a drop box located in front of town hall on Hwy 58. We, of course, will be available to serve you inside during our regular business hours. For those who wish to, you may pay your bill online by clicking here.
Any group or individual interested in adopting a mile of roadway to keep litter free can apply by clicking here or on the PALS link located in the Helpful Links page of our website. https://www.alpals.org/
Automatic bank draft for water & garbage bills are now available at no cost. Those interested need to apply at town hall. Please bring your banking information and a voided check.
Anyone interested in viewing minutes of Pisgah council meetings may do so at the town hall.