KUB 2021 Water Quality

April 13, 2022 Admin 0
We encourage you to review the 2021 Water Quality Report online, which as important information about the source and quality of your drinking water. Throughout KUB’s history, they have maintained an excellent water quality record, and they work hard to […]

TN COVID-19 Vaccination

December 4, 2020 Admin 0
In advance of the arrival of the vaccine in Tennessee, we wanted to share information with you about the expected timeline, available resources, and frequently asked questions. In October, Tennessee’s State Pandemic Vaccination Plan was submitted to the Centers for […]

Reminder: Knoxville Mask Mandate

November 13, 2020 Admin 0
On July 1, 2020, the Knox County Board of Health voted to issue the COVID-19 Face Covering Regulation requiring community members to wear face coverings in most public spaces. Children under 12 years of age and those with certain medical conditions are […]

UWGP Invitation

September 1, 2018 Malcolm Blowers 0
Work continues on the design for the Urban Wilderness Gateway Park (UWGP).  The process began with the city’s allocation of $10 million to begin planning a linear park connecting downtown’s Morningside Park to the terminus of the James White Parkway […]

The Rebirth of James White Parkway

August 12, 2018 Malcolm Blowers 0
Have you, like so many others, driven south on the 4-lane James White Parkway only to have it all too soon come to an unsatisfactory dead-end?  Have you wondered why it was terminated before it was finished?   The reasons are […]

Getting Around Town

February 28, 2018 Kevin Jeske-Polyak 0
One of the best kept secrets in downtown Knoxville is the Knoxville Area Transit (KAT) system, operating buses, free trolleys, and para-transit services across the city. With a base fare (one-ride pass) of $1.50, KAT offers a variety of passes, […]