Though the names of zones have changed through Recode Knoxville, the uses of those zones have largely stayed the same. Charts are now available that illustrate the changes made to each type of zone.
To keep up with questions and requested changes at City Council’s May 14 meeting, staff has documented all discussed items and compiled a list of revisions to be made. See the latest documents here.
Knoxville City Council considered Recode through Article nine at their May 14 meeting. The Articles posted on the Project Documents & Reports page show those changes in green. Council will continue working through the remainder of Draft 5 on their next special meeting on May 30. The meeting will be held at 3:00 pm in the Main Assembly Room of the City County Building.
Knoxville City Council will hold a special-called meeting on Tuesday, May 14, at 3 pm in the Main Assembly Room of the City County Building to consider Recode. The following document outlines the proposed order for consideration at that meeting.
Review the summary of revisions from draft 4 to 5 of the Updated City of Knoxville Zoning Code.
Comments should be submitted by May 10, 2019. Any comments received after that will continue to be considered for later revisions.
Knoxville City Council held a third workshop on April 4. Read on to learn what was discussed and to find meeting materials.
Knoxville City Council has confirmed details for a third workshop on Recode. It will be held on April 4, 2019 at 5:30 pm in the Main Assembly Room of the City County Building. This workshop will focus on code administration and policy issues. There will also be an overview of public comments and questions received after notifications were sent to all property owners alerting them to the project.
The Recode Stakeholder Advisory Committee had their final meeting on January 4, 2019. This workshop covered outstanding issues and next steps.
Knoxville City Council held two workshops in February to enable in-depth discussion of specific topics. Read on for more details on the sessions and to learn more about next steps in the process.