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Neighborhood Conference

The City of Knoxville's Neighborhood Conference is held annually for everyone who participates in a neighborhood organization and for all local residents who are interested in the quality of life in Knoxville's neighborhoods. 

The scheduled date for the 2022 Neighborhood Conference is Saturday, April 2, from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Knoxville Convention Center on Henley Street.  

Registration is now closed. If you want to attend The Neighborhood Conference, you may come to on-site registration the day of the event, but we cannot guarantee a meal ticket.  However, we will try to accommodate folks with meal tickets from those who do not show up.

Each year, this FREE conference includes workshops, 80+ information booths, awards ceremonies, door prizes, and lots of opportunities to meet others, like you, who are working to make their neighborhoods safer, more livable, more beautiful, and more friendly. 

The conference includes welcome remarks by Mayor Indya Kincannon, community information booths, workshops, and ceremonies to present the Diana Conn Good Neighbor of the Year and Neighborhood Achievement awards