~ from the Office of Neighborhoods

Earlier this month, the City of Knoxville held two, well-attended community open houses at which hundreds of neighbors learned about the status of major projects and plans for projects in North Knoxville and South Knoxville.

The North Knoxville open house at Fulton High School provided details about the Public Safety Complex and other projects in the general vicinity. If you were unable to attend or would like more information, read a recap on the City’s website (https://knoxvilletn.us13.list-manage.com/track/click?u=2c225da2437ec3f6b734edf0b&id=5a39d0b349&e=bba8e6ddac) .

Projects up for discussion at the South Knoxville open house, held at Kerbela Temple, included the proposed pedestrian bridge, planned apartment complexes and status updates for the Urban Wilderness. Learn more and provide feedback here on the City’s website (https://knoxvilletn.us13.list-manage.com/track/click?u=2c225da2437ec3f6b734edf0b&id=7972abb055&e=bba8e6ddac) .

In addition, the City has put together a short . What you would like to see for South Knoxville?  Please share with your South Knoxville neighbors.  Your input is valuable to the city.