About Knox County

Learn more about Knox County!

If you don't see a question you'd like to know more about, just contact Commissioner Jay.

[ Additional information on Knox County can be found at the MPC website. ]

You can find out the Commissioner who represent all 9 districts and 2 At-Large seats here: https://knoxcounty.org/commission/commissioners.php

Every citizen has representatives on a local, state and federal level. Learn who your representative is on Knoxville City Council here: http://www.knoxvilletn.gov/government/city_council/ Your State of Tennessee representatives can be found here: http://www.capitol.tn.gov/legislators/ Find out who represents you on a national level (Senators & Representatives) here: https://www.govtrack.us/congress/members/TN#senators

The County Commission meets in regular session on the Fourth Monday each month in the Large Assembly Room of the City-County Building. Special meetings are also sometimes scheduled. All meetings are open to the public, and the time and adequate public notice must be given prior to all special meetings. Should the meeting fall on a legal holiday, the meeting is held on Tuesday of that week. See the entire schedule here: https://knoxcounty.org/commission/meetings.php

Information on all Knox County departments can be located here: https://knoxcounty.org/

For all City of Knoxville matters, you can visit this site: http://cityofknoxville.org/ or you can call 3-1-1 from any phone to connect to City services.

There's a great resource called KGIS where you can enter your address and see if you live within the City limits and find out what district you live in within Knox County and the City of Knoxville.