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2020 Facts & Figures Report Available

July 10, 2020 | More News

A low cost-of-living, variety of arts and cultural attractions, and variety of commerce and industry contribute to making Knoxville an attractive place to live, raise a family, and own a business.

Last year, Knoxville was ranked the 14th least expensive city by Yahoo Finance, and it consistently receives national recognition for world-class amenities, like urban outdoors and cycling friendliness.

Those amenities include the new Baker Creek Bike Park that serves as an entrance to the 1,000-acre Urban Wilderness, 198 miles of greenways and trails, and 6,331 acres of parks.

The area is also well-known for being the home of the University of Tennessee’s flagship campus, which was ranked 44th among the nation’s top public schools in 2020 by U.S. News and World Report.

For more information on the Knoxville area, check out the 2020 Facts & Figures Report.