Town of Bulls Gap, Tennessee purpose is to promote, advance and perpetuate the business, commercial, manufacturing, and civic interest of the Town of Bulls Gap and Hawkins County.
Many of which families span generations in the area, work to achieve a common goal of the prosperity of the area and their neighbors.
We welcome you to Bulls Gap.
To advance the interests of the area, to develop a unified public spirit in all, whereby a unified effort may be put forth to aid the Town of Bulls Gap & Hawkins County toward a more prosperous, more beautiful, and better place in which to live.
Welcome to Bull’s Gap
Bulls Gap was settled in 1794. The town was named for the famous gunsmith, John Bull, who made his home in the gap of the mountains.
During its time, the town has been called Rogersville Junction and Bulls Gap Junction. Eventually, the town — an important railroad junction fought over during the Civil War — was allowed to keep its traditional name, Bulls Gap.
Bulls Gap was the hometown of country star and television personality Archie Campbell, and his homeplace was moved to the downtown to serve as the centerpiece of the Archie Campbell Museum and Tourist Center.
Today, the town is governed by a Board of Mayor and Aldermen and is located at the important intersection of several major highways.
|Bulls Gap Town Hall
P.O. Box, 139 South Main Street
Bulls Gap, TN 37711
(423) 235-5216 phone
(423) 235-2955 sewer maintenance
|Board of Mayor and Alderman
Meets on the third Monday of each month at 7 p.m.
All meetings are held at town hall, unless noted.
|Holston Electric Co-op
1200 West Main Street
Rogersville, TN 37857
(423) 272-8821 phone
|Bulls Gap Planning Commission
Meets the third Monday of each month at 6 p.m.
|Hawkins County Gas Utility
202 Park Boulevard
Rogersville, TN 37857
(423) 272-8841 phone
|Russellville-Whitesburg Utility District (water)
5935 E. Andrew Johnson Highway
Russellville, TN 37860
(423) 586-2232 phone
241 West Summer St
Greeneville, TN 37743
(423) 639-4321 phone
Archie Campbell Days, Labor Day Weekend: Archie Campbell Days is a celebration of Bulls Gap’s most famous son, the comedian from CBS’s variety-comedy show Hee-Haw, with this street festival in downtown Old Bulls Gap on Labor Day Weekend. Vendors, live music, and much more. All day event. Free.
Incorporated in: 1955, Population: 749, Elevation: 1,153 feet
Bulls Gap School, Cherokee High School, www.hck12.net
With the Appalachian Mountains, many trails and outdoor activities, low-cost of living, employment opportunities and beautiful four seasons, Bulls Gap is a wonderful place to raise a family. We invite to reach out to us to learn more and explore potential business opportunities for your business and the growth of the community with us.