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ZONING ORDINANCES AND MINIMUM SUBDIVISION REGULATIONS

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The zoning ordinances and minimum subdivision regulations as presented here are not legal documents. They do not replace or amend the existing ordinances and regulations maintained by MPC. Further, presentation of this information here does not replace or amend the procedures and regulations governing the publication of agency information. Questions can be directed to MPC staff planners. Please call (865) 215-2500 for assistance. Copies of the city and county zoning ordinances and minimum subdivision regulations may be purchased at MPC.
Zoning Ordinances
Minimum Subdivision Regulations
Review Boards
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Zoning Ordinance for Knox County, Tennessee
(as Amended through January 27, 2014)

Zoning Ordinance for the City of Knoxville, Tennessee

Proposed Amendments to City or County Zoning Ordinances

Minimum Subdivision Regulations for Knoxville and Knox County, Tennessee
(as Amended through June 14, 2012)

Downtown Design Review Board

Historic Zoning Commission

Infill Housing Review Committee

Tennessee Technology Corridor Development Authority

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Major Road Plan
(updated August 2011)

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This is not a legal document. It does not replace or amend the existing procedures and regulations governing the publication of agency information. If you have questions, please contact MPC by telephone at (865) 215-2500.