Despite disruptions in 2020, Knox County’s construction industry seems to be on track for continued growth. Popularity in the Northwest and Southwest County Sectors continues, and demand for residential development shows no signs of slowing.
Governor Lee first issued an Executive Order allowing virtual public meetings in the spring of 2020. The Planning Commission has been meeting electronically since. Because the Governor's orders expired at the end of April, the Planning Commission will resume in-person meetings in the City County Building beginning in May.
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The latest addition to our Technical Report series, Living with Disabilities in Knox County, examines local population numbers, as well as detailed demographic, economic, and quality of life characteristics of this population.
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.
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.