Five sessions are scheduled for residents seeking more information about the first draft of the updated zoning ordinance. The community is invited to stop in, share comments and talk directly to the project team in an informal setting.
MPC has received requests from the organizers of several groups to present information about Recode Knoxville at their upcoming meetings. We encourage you to attend one of the upcoming meetings to learn more about the project! If you’re part of another group or organization that would like MPC staff to join a meeting to share information about Recode, please contact Gerald Green at firstname.lastname@example.org or 865-215-3758.
The first draft of the City’s new zoning ordinance will be released on March 21 at the Stakeholder Advisory Committee Meeting. To learn more, the public is invited to attend this meeting, a community meeting on March 22, or a workshop on Recode at the annual Neighborhood Conference on March 24.
Work on the first public draft of the City of Knoxville’s new ordinance continues as City and MPC staff provide comments and direction for the initial document.
The December 6th edition of Dialogue on WUOT was an in-depth look at Recode Knoxville. Host Victor Agreda was joined by senior staff from the City of Knoxville and MPC for a discussion and a chance to field questions from the callers.
The Recode Knoxville Stakeholder Advisory Committee met on Nov. 15. Jeff Randolph presented information about mixed-use development and how to support it at all scales and price points. They also discussed the Technical Report.
Can your organization or firm assist with Recode Knoxville? We’re soliciting help in a new RFP related to the project.
Another round of meetings for Recode Knoxville were held on September 19 and 20. These focused on the recently released draft Technical Report.
The Technical Report is an in depth review of the City of Knoxville’s current zoning regulations and serves as guideposts for upcoming drafts of the City’s new zoning code.
Knoxville area residents, workers and business owners jumped at the chance to weigh in on the City’s zoning ordinance update. A recent survey addressed a variety of issues and topics across the City, related to neighborhoods, commercial areas, transportation and sustainability. The survey was open from June 19 – July 12, 2017 and received 1,638 responses.