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1990 Census of Population and Housing

Demographic, social, economic, and housing characteristics

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2000 Census of Population and Housing

Demographic, social, economic, and housing characteristics

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2010 Census of Population and Housing

Population by sex, age, race, Hispanic origin; household types; and, housing units

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2010 Census Redistricting
PL 94-171

Population by race, ethnicity, and age (18- years and older)

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2013 Changes to Knoxville Region's Statistical Areas

On February 28, 2013, the U.S. Office of Management and Budget released new definitions for the nation’s metropolitan, micropolitan, and combined statistical areas. Substantial changes were made to the boundaries of statistical areas in East Tennessee, including those for which data are reported by Knoxville-Knox County Planning.

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About the ACS

The American Community Survey is an ongoing nationwide survey that provides communities with reliable data on demographic, social, economic, and housing conditions every year.

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Addressing Department

The Addressing Department assigns all addresses within Knox County, Tennessee including the City of Knoxville and Town of Farragut.

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Agency Overview

Knoxville-Knox County Planning (Planning) was established in 1956 by Knoxville and Knox County as the agency responsible for comprehensive county-wide planning and administration of zoning and land subdivision regulations and remains so today, except for the town of Farragut. Funding for Planning activities comes primarily from city and county appropriations and from federal grants for specific studies.

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Background Maps and Data

The John Sevier Corridor Study will focus on the full length of the highway, running from Alcoa Highway in South Knox County to Asheville Highway in East Knox County.

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City of Knoxville One Year Plan (OYP)

The City's Charter mandates the annual adoption of a one year comprehensive development plan covering the entire city and requires future zoning decisions in the city conform to the community's comprehensive development plans.

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City Zoning Ordinance

A comprehensive update to the City of Knoxville's zoning ordinance passed on second reading at Knoxville City Council's August 13, 2019 meeting. The ordinance is effective as of January 1, 2020.

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Community Growth Information

Your one-stop shop for local growth information

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Design Review Board

The Board meets the 3rd Wednesday of every month at 4:00 pm in the Small Assembly Room of the City County Building, unless noted otherwise. Effective August 28, 2020, the Design Review Board will review all applications within the Infill Housing Overlay (IH).

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Hardin Valley Mobility Study

Knoxville-Knox County Planning and Knox County have partnered to examine existing transportation conditions and future needs in the Hardin Valley area. The study will prioritize improvements with the goal of maintaining mobility and addressing safety for people using different types of transportation.

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Historic Preservation in Knoxville and Knox County

The City of Knoxville and Knox County each have a Historic Zoning Commission, made up of individuals appointed to five-year volunteer terms. These bodies encourage the preservation of historic sites and areas and the integration of historic facilities into other plans. They review applications for building permits for construction or demolition within designated historic zones. 

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Keeping Up with a Case

Find out how to track a case from start to finish

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Oakwood Neighborhood Overlay

In September 2016, Knoxville City Council requested that Knoxville-Knox County Planning make a recommendation about a Historic or Neighborhood Conservation zoning overlay for the area.

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Open Data

Knoxville-Knox County Planning collects data to support its planning efforts in Knoxville and Knox County. This data is not just valuable to our agency, it is valuable to Knox County residents.

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Population Estimates Program
1980-Present

The U.S. Census Bureau's Population Estimates Program shows the NUMBER of people who live in an area. Estimates of the population for the nation, states, counties, cities, and towns are generated annually. Data on births, deaths, and migration are used to calculate population change that has occurred since the most recent decennial census and produce a time series of estimates.

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Request for New, Temporary, or Official Address

It is Knoxville-Knox County Planning's responsibility to ensure each residence and place of business in Knox County is systematically assigned a valid and unique address and to keep record of its location.

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Tennessee Scenic Highway and Parkway

Scenic Highway and Parkway legislation establish a set of regulations for a system of highways with natural scenic beauty and historical significance across the state.

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Tips for Attending a Planning Commission Meeting

Planning Commission meetings are open and the public are encouraged to attend.

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