Stone Tree Areas A, B, C, & D

Stone Tree Areas A, B, C, & D - Effective Date - December 4, 2009

During their November 3, 2009 meeting, the BMA passed the Stone Tree Areas A, B, C, & D Annexations on 2nd reading.  The annexations become effective on December 4, 2009.  Please find a map attached showing the annexation area outlined in red.

Zoning: All City R-1B (single family zoning)

Current Land Use: single family; a total of 115 parcels located in the Stone Tree and Rock Springs Valley Subdivisions. A total of 105 single family homes.

Current population: NA

Streets included in this annexation: a portion of Valley Dr., Gustavis Ave, Gustavis Ct., Montsweag Ct., Sasanoa Ct., Oakhaven Dr., Rock Valley Dr., Arrow Cr., & Royal Cr.

Kingsport Property Tax

The value of your property must be assessed by the County, either Sullivan or Hawkins, depending on residency.  City taxes are based on this assessment.  The recently annexed areas of Rock Springs are in Sullivan County.  The city’s property tax is 1.94% for those in Sullivan County.  Hawkins County residents have a tax of 2.24%.

For those who have been recently annexed, the city tax begins on January 1st of the year following annexation.  Taxes are not prorated from the time of annexation.  Therefore, city property taxes will not begin for recently annexed properties until January 1st, 2010.

Police & Fire

Police and Fire department services are immediately available upon annexation.


The city water rate is structured according to the amount consumed.  The water is significantly lower for those living inside the city limits.  Those who have been recently annexed will notice about a 50% reduction in their water bills.  The water rates are provided below.

Kingsport Contact Info


1st Floor, City Hall


225 West Center St.
Kingsport, TN 37660



(423) 229-9400


(423) 229-9350