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City of Knoxville Open Data

The City of Knoxville is committed to making information and data about City operations and services accessible and transparent to all. In 2017 Mayor Madeline Rogero issued an Executive Order establishing an Open Data Policy for all City departments. (You can read the full policy here.) Mayor Indya Kincannon has built on this commitment by developing more open data bases, with a particular focus on housing stability, which requires collecting open data in collaboration with outside entities like KUB and the court system.

This page will serve as an Open Data Portal for the ongoing collection and release of data from the City of Knoxville as well as some of our partner agencies.

If you have questions about any of the information available here or requests for data that you do not see, contact Eric Vreeland at [email protected].


311 Performance Measures: Monthly reports of 311 requests

Blight Data Dashboard: Dashboard showing the City's effort to quantify and reduce the number of blighted properties within the City.

Budget: View adopted operating budget files from 2001 through current year.

City Council Agendas/Minutes: Agenda files and meeting minutes are available for past and current City Council meetings and Beer Board meetings

City of Knoxville Record Search The data reflected in this search tool is from various City of Knoxville departments and is related to service requests, work orders, certain permits, and other types of records. It is not a comprehensive search of all City of Knoxville records related to a location or timeframe. Much of the data is from 2016 – present, however there are some types of records that may have a longer history available. Click here to view information disclaimer.

Crime Map: View local crime stats on the LexisNexis Community Crime Map

Homemaker Program: A list of vacant lots and lots with substandard structures for sale by the City to individuals, non-profit organizations and businesses

Housing Stability Dashboard: Housing and utility assistance available to, and reaching, Knox County residents by zip code

KGIS Maps: Detailed, searchable maps show every property in Knoxville and Knox County, with information on property owner, sales price, zoning and other data.

Knox Planning Data: Knoxville-Knox County Planning collects data to support its planning efforts in Knoxville and Knox County.

KnoxHMIS: Informational resource on the issue of homelessness and the performance of homeless service providers in Knoxville

Knoxville Area Transit (KAT) GTFS Feed: Our transit data is available in the General Transit Feed Specification (GTFS). This data set includes schedule data for all fixed routes of Knoxville Area Transit (KAT).

NPDES Reports: National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Reports submitted by the City's Stormwater Engineering Division

Police Advisory and Review Committee: PARC compiles its annual reports and meeting agendas and minutes.

Police Department: The Knoxville Police Department compiles information on Biased Based Policing, Officer Involved Shootings, Vehicle Flight Response and other metrics.

Property Tax Database - City: Search the City property tax database.

Property Tax Database - County: Search the County property tax database.

Public Improvement Projects: Find information on current infrastructure projects from various City departments.

Rainfall Data: Rainfall data collected and maintained by the City's Stormwater Engineering Division

Road Closures: List of road closures in PDF and CSV formats

TIFs and PILOTs: You can find full details of all projects that have received City assistance in the form of Tax-Increment Financing and Payments In Lieu of Taxes.

Tree Inventory: You can see a map of every tree on public property in the City of Knoxville identified by species.

The data on this web site was prepared and/or compiled by the City of Knoxville for its internal purposes only, and was not designed or intended for general use by members of the public. The City of Knoxville, including its officers, employees and agents, makes no representation or warranty as to its accuracy or its fitness of use for a particular purpose.  Any user of this information accepts the same as is, with all faults or discrepancies, and assumes all responsibility for the use thereof, and further covenants and agrees to hold the City of Knoxville, its officers, employees and agents, harmless from and against any damage, loss or liability arising from any use of the information.  The City of Knoxville disclaims and accepts no responsibility for any and all damage, loss or liability, whether direct, indirect or consequential, which arises or may arise from the data on this web site or the use thereof by any person or entity.