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Neighborhood ConferenceRegistration is now open for The Neighborhood Conference on Saturday, March 11, 2017.

Before registering, you may wish to read through the list of workshops so that you can decide in advance which workshops you would like to attend.  See the Workshop Descriptions.

Eventbrite - 2017 City of Knoxville Neighborhood Conference

Online registration will remain open until noon Tuesday, March 7. Late registration will be accepted onsite at the conference on March 11, but lunch cannot be guaranteed.

See a copy of the Conference Highlights flyer.
See the March 11 schedule.
Check out Parking and Transportation Options.

SPONSORS make this conference possible. Please review the list of sponsors and make a point to thank them if you get a chance.

This conference is a project of the City of Knoxville's Office of Neighborhoods and is planned in cooperation with the Neighborhood Advisory Council, a program committee that includes representatives of more than a dozen neighborhoods across the City, and many volunteers. Over 700 people participated in the 2015 conference, and we expect that many again this year.

FEATURES
If you are interested in the quality of life in Knoxville neighborhoods, this is an event you will not want to miss. Here are just a few of the features that will be part of this gathering:

** Free continental breakfast and lunch.
** Opportunity to network with neighborhood leaders, city and county department heads, and elected officials.
** Welcoming remarks by City Mayor Madeline Rogero and County Mayor Tim Burchett at opening plenary session.
** Twenty workshops on a wide variety of topics such as crime and public safety, HOA legal issues, zoning and neighborhood protection, animal control, anti-blight resources, how to make your home more energy efficient, and creative ways to build community in your neighborhood.
** Two additional workshops for students interested in learning how to engage with local government to improve their neighborhoods.
** Over 80  booths at which information can be obtained from city and county agencies and a variety of nonprofit organizations.
** Neighborhood Awards Luncheon where the winner of the Diana Conn Good Neighbor of the Year Award will be announced.
** Entertainment provided by Knoxville Jazz and Blues Artist Kelle Jolly.
** Candidates' Corner, where candidates and their supporters in this year's City Council races can distribute literature, meet voters, and talk politics. 
** A neighborhood tee shirt contest.
** Lots of great door prizes!

CONTACT
For more information, please contact:
Door Prizes / Volunteers
     Wyatt Pless - 215-3456
Information Booths / Slideshow
     Kirsten Fox - 215-3077
Sponsorships
     David Massey - 215-3232
Workshop Programs / Tee Shirt Contest
      Debbie Sharp - 215-4382