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Proposed City Redistricting Plan

Due to the decennial Census Count, the City is required to evaluate redestricting. During a City Council meeting on April 5, City Downtown Coordinator Rick Emmett presented a possible redistricting plan. City Council will hold a public hearing in the near future regarding redestricting.

City Council Redistricting Plan #1:

  • District Population and Demographics [PDF]
  • Plan #1 Map [PDF]
  • MPC Redistricting Presentation, 02/19/11 [PDF]
  • District Demographic Information from 2010 Census [PDF]
  • District Population Numbers
  • City Council Building Building Blocks Map [PDF]
  • City Council Building Block Population and Demographics [PDF]  |  [EXCEL]
  • City Council Redistricting Plan #1 Detail Maps:

  • Portion of 4th and Gill shift from District 6 to District 4 [PDF]
  • Portion of Convention Center site shift from District 1 to District 6 [PDF]
  • Portion of Holston Hills shift from District 6 to District 4 [PDF]
  • Portion of UT shift from District 1 to District 2 [PDF]
  • Precinct 16N shift from District 5 to District 4 [PDF]
  • Precinct 20 shift from District 5 to District 6 [PDF]
  • Precinct 41 shift from District 3 to District 5 [PDF]
  • Precinct 72M and 72W shift from District 5 to District 3 [PDF]
  • Redistricting Resources:

  • Legal Basis for Redistricting [PDF]
  • Guide to Redistricting [PDF]
  • 2010 U.S. Census Redistricting Data for City of Knoxville
  • www.KnoxRedistricting.org
  • MPC Redistricting
  • Redistricting in America
  • Tennessee: Percent Change in Population by County: 2000 to 2010 [PDF]



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