- About Us
- Administrative Rules and Procedures
- Agency Overview
- Annual Report
- Commissioner Bios & Contact Information
- Employment Opportunities
- Excellence Awards
- Financial Statements
- Mission and Guiding Principles
- MPC News
- MPC Update
- Organizational Chart
- Press Releases
- Quarterly Summary of MPC Actions
- Staff Contact Information
- Staff Support
- Work Program
- Addressing Department
- Agendas and Minutes
- Deadlines, Fees and Application Forms
- Local Development Data
- Plans and Studies
- Population Data
- Zoning Ordinances
MPC planners are working with three Knox County communities to chart a course for future land use and transportation decisions in their areas. Read more about what's going on...
More than 1,000 holiday-spirited bicyclists came out Friday night to join in the city's ninth annual Tour de Lights neighborhood ride. Decked out in festive holiday attire, riders of all ages formed a fun, free, casual bike parade that rolled from Market Square, through downtown, and around some of the center city's historic neighborhoods. But wait, there's more...
Green-building is promoted as the new norm in eco-friendly construction. But preserving old buildings may be an even greener approach. Two historic preservation events were held in Knoxville this fall, both showcasing the role of preservation in environmental stewardship. Dig deeper.
Other MPC News and Happenings
- 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 Aloca 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)