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Our offices will be closed April 2, 2021. We will reopen Monday, April 5.


3/31/2021
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The Knoxville Regional TPO has released a draft of Mobility Plan 2045. It is our region's long-range transportation plan that allows federal money to be used for transportation projects and ensures we're making the best decisions for residents, employers, and visitors.


3/5/2021
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Planning will be closed Monday, February 15, in observance of Presidents' Day. Our office will reopen Tuesday, February 16.


2/11/2021
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Ever wondered what three or five dwelling units per acre actually looks like? This new tool shows real examples of subdivisions and developments with different density levels in Knox County.


1/28/2021
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Planning will be closed Monday, January 18, in observance of MLK Jr. Day. Our office will reopen Tuesday, January 19. 


1/15/2021
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Panorama, a new tool that allows users to dig into the existing conditions of Knox County, is now available. The dashboard includes interactive data and maps on population, demographics, economic conditions, quality of life, housing, and development. 


1/7/2021
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The One Year Plan is a tool that helps officials make decisions about zoning and land use in the City of Knoxville. It is updated annually, and a Zoom meeting has been scheduled for January 28, 2021, as part of the process.
1/5/2021
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Join us in congratulating staff for all they've done during such a challenging year. Their contributions ensure we're able to best serve our community and we appreciate their hard work!


12/1/2020
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Our latest Annual Report highlights the completion of several major studies, plans, and other projects. For more information on what was wrapped up, and what we're working on now, read the full report. 


11/30/2020
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The Hillside and Ridgetop Protection Plan was codified in the City of Knoxville as the Hillside Protection Overlay when the new zoning code went into effect on January 1, 2020. Now administered by Planning, the process requires a formal application and fee. 


11/9/2020
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You can use the new speaking request form in order to participate in the monthly Planning Commission meeting. You can also contact staff for help and submit comments on a case directly to the Planning Commission using online forms.


11/2/2020
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Let us know what you think about Knox County's Planned Residential (PR) zone! Because it is the most frequently requested zoning district in the county, we want to determine if changes are needed to things such as minimum development area, landscaping requirements, and submittal requirements. Help us determine what is working well and identify areas for future improvement by taking a short survey. The survey will be open through Wednesday, November 18.


10/22/2020
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Knoxville-Knox County Planning is looking for a creative and dedicated planner to join our team. This is an entry-level position in the Planning Services Division which administers development regulations and processes applications for rezoning, use on review, subdivision and sector plan amendments for the City of Knoxville and Knox County. This division also studies community growth patterns and prepares plans that guide agency policies.


10/12/2020
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