HOMECONTACTCITY HALLCITY EMPLOYMENTONLINE SERVICEBUSINESSRESIDENTSVISITORS
City of KnoxvilleContact Us
I Want To...
Download Permits & Forms »
Find City Court Info »
Find Next Brush Pickup Date »
Report Traffic Issue »
Retrieve Impounded Vehicle »
News
Parks and Recreation Challenge Grant Applications Available »
City Program Breathes New Life into Blighted Homes »
New Chief Plumbing Inspector Announced »
Fountain City Lake Repairs Coming Soon »
KUB Construction to Close South Central Street for 2 Months »
Downtown Circulation and Mobility Plan »
Mobile Food Vendor Program »
Civil Rights Act Anniversary »
Cumberland Connection Blog »
Engineering Department Project Blog »
Like the City on Facebook® »
Follow the City on Twitter »
View Press Releases »
Click Here for Printer Friendly Version
NEWS RELEASES
City of Knoxville, Tennessee
Madeline Rogero, Mayor
FOLLOW THE MAYOR
www.facebook.com/mayorrogero
www.twitter.com/mayorrogero

For Immediate Release
Mayor's Walking Tour in Chilhowee Hills
Mayor's Walking Tour
October 11, 2006 - Mayor Bill Haslam will do a Walking Tour of the Chilhowee Hills neighborhood beginning at 5:00 p.m. Thursday, October 12.

The Mayor and City staff will begin and end at the Chilhowee Intermediate School at 5005 Asheville Highway. The tour will loop through the Chilhowee Hills neighborhood. It will include parts of N. Chilhowee Drive, Silva Drive, Bona Road, Parva Drive, Grata Road and Indian Rd. In the event of inclement weather the event will be held in the school's gym.

Walking Tours are designed to be a convenient way for residents to talk with the Mayor about their neighborhood and city government. Staff whose duties are directly related to police and fire protection, neighborhood codes enforcement, traffic engineering and other services also attend.



For Immediate Release
PRESS RELEASE INDEX
Add to Favorites
Adobe PDF Reader
Email Page
Font Smaller
Font Normal
Font Larger
Get Directions
Make Home Page
Print Page
RSS/XML Feed
Search A to Z List
Site Map
Traduzca en Español
Translate to More Languages
Dial 3-1-1 For City Services
311. One Number. One Call.
Click Here for Brush Pickup Schedule
City Departments
Communications »
Community Development »
Community Relations »
Engineering »
Finance Dept. »
Fire Dept. »
Law Dept. »
Mayor's Office »
Parks & Recreation »
Plans Review/Inspections »
Police Dept. »
Policy & Redevelopment »
Public Service »
Special Events »
Sustainability »
List of All Depts. »
Phone List »
Promotions