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Did you know that in our last fiscal year we held 95 meetings that were open to the public? Or that the City of Knoxville and Knox County together passed four new zoning amendments? Did you know that Knoxville-Knox County Planning Commissioners heard 509 cases? Read on to learn more about what we have to report in this year's Annual Report. 


11/5/2019
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Did you know that in our last fiscal year we held 95 meetings that were open to the public? Or that the City of Knoxville and Knox County together passed four new zoning amendments? Did you know that Knoxville-Knox County Planning Commissioners heard 509 cases? Read on to learn more about what we have to report in this year's Annual Report. 


11/5/2019
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Planning News

With help from Camiros, the firm hired to assist with the City of Knoxville's zoning ordinance update, Planning staff developed a user's guide to provide a brief overview of the city's newly adopted code. The manual is intended to be used as a reference for informational purposes. 


11/4/2019
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Did you know that in our last fiscal year we held 95 meetings that were open to the public? Or that the City of Knoxville and Knox County together passed four new zoning amendments? Did you know that Knoxville-Knox County Planning Commissioners heard 509 cases? Read on to learn more about what we have to report in this year's Annual Report. 


11/5/2019
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With help from Camiros, the firm hired to assist with the City of Knoxville's zoning ordinance update, Planning staff developed a user's guide to provide a brief overview of the city's newly adopted code. The manual is intended to be used as a reference for informational purposes. 


11/4/2019
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Aubrey joined Planning staff in September as a research assistant. Read more to find out what led her here and what she's been up to so far. 


11/1/2019
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Did you know that in the City of Knoxville, 4,182 acres are consumed by parking? That's 6.27 percent of the city's land. And that another 1,452 acres, or 2.18 percent, are consumed by "quasi-parking." So what exactly is quasi-parking, and what does it all mean for Knoxville? Read about our analysis of parking counts in the city to find out. 


10/11/2019
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We recently celebrated another round of our biannual employee appreciation and invite you to congratulate our staff for their hard work, dedication, and years of service.


9/26/2019
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This study examined existing transportation conditions and future needs in the Hardin Valley area. It prioritized improvements with the goals of maintaining mobility and addressing safety for people using different types of transportation. The final report is now available.


9/18/2019
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As a key commercial area and entry point into Knoxville and Knox County, the Chapman Highway corridor affects tens of thousands of people each day. The recently completed Chapman Highway Implementation Plan provides a prioritized list of projects intended to transform and improve the corridor.


9/13/2019
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