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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.
We want to hear from you! Community meetings are scheduled, and an online survey is available to share your thoughts on the future of the Southwest Sector.. Get involved now!
The Mobility Plan 2040 is currently being updated, and we want you involved.
Other MPC News and Happenings
- 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
- 2014 Traffic Counts Available via New Web-based Map
- 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.
Next MPC Meeting
Minimum Subdivision Regulations Overhaul
Keep up with the process, and stay involved. Get started...
2015 Facts and Figures (08-19-2015)