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Public Meeting Notice: City Parking Ordinance
A public meeting has been scheduled to gather input for the City Parking Ordinance. Stay up-to-date with the City Parking Ordinance.
When: June 23, 2016, at 6:00 pm
Where: Small Assembly Room of the City County Building, 400 Main Street, Knoxville, TN
Central Street was packed with happy, active bodies as the space transformed into a pop-up park for the second semi-annual Open Streets Knoxville event. Hosted by Bike Walk Knoxville, with support from the Knoxville Regional Transportation Planning Organization and the City of Knoxville, Open Streets Knoxville provides space for people to walk, bike, stroll, skate and dance without the congestion of vehicle traffic.Read on, friend.
Knoxville has been named by the Reinvestment Fund and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation as one of 50 Invest Health cities! A $60,000 grant was received, and access to additional resources will be available to the team heading up this project. The goal is to incorporate healthy living into community development and help low-income neighborhoods thrive by focusing on transportation and housing issues. Find out more about what this means for Knoxville.
On Tuesday, May 3, staff from the Metropolitan Planning Commission (MPC) will host a public meeting to present the general concepts of a newly proposed Mixed Use District zone for the Bearden Village area. Click for more details.
The sight of blossoming young plants this time of year reminds us that fresh local produce soon will be sprouting up in roadside stands, at farmers markets, and in our own backyards.
The local food economy has been growing in East Tennessee for the last several years, and many restaurants and grocery stores carry food produced right here in our region. Keep reading.
Other MPC News and Happenings
- Southwest County Sector Plan Update Kicks Off
- Mobility Plan Update Underway!
- Walkability Advocate Returns to Knoxville
- Three Local Communities on the Slate of Sector Plan Updates
- Tour de Lights Holiday Bike Ride Celebrates 9th Year with Record Turnout
- The Greenest Building is One that is Already Built
- Smart Trips Hosts Free Carpool/Vanpool Lunch Seminar
- Knoxville's first Open Streets was a hit!
- Food Hub Feasibility Study Promotes Knoxville's Farm-To-Table Movement
- MPC's New Director Offers Early Impressions of Knox, Agency
- New Ideas for Smart Growth Develoments Explored at Alcoa Workshop
- State Commission to Fund Knoxville Historic Resource Inventory
- New Class of Trainers Helps More Bicyclists Hit Area Streets
MPC Meeting Video Archive
Miss the last MPC meeting? Video streaming for MPC meetings from January 2010 to the present are now available. Instantly access hundreds of hours of meeting footage in our new video archive.
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Minimum Subdivision Regulations Overhaul
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